News

February 25, 2016

Tickets for new production of Voices from the Mountain on sale March 1

On April 29 and May 1, In Good Company will present its new production of Voices from the Mountain at First Parish in Lexington.  Tickets go on sale on March 1 through Brown Paper Tickets.  Tickets for adults are $20, and tickets for children 12 and under are $16.  However, there is a $2 discount for tickets purchased during the month of March.
November 2, 2015

“Hail to the Chief” in Natick on Sunday, November 8

Our first performance of Hail to the Chief this season will be this Sunday, November 8, at the Natick Community-Senior Center (see map below for location).  Sponsored by the Natick Historical Society, the show will begin at 1:30 pm.  Admission is free for NHS members and Natick students.  A $5 donation is requested from non-members.
September 2, 2015

Open Rehearsals and Auditions for 2015-2016 Season

August 5, 2015

Introducing Dan Ryan

In Good Company is pleased to announce the hiring of Dan Ryan as Music Director. Dan comes to In Good Company well-schooled in the musical arts, holding a Master of Music degree in Conducting from The Boston Conservatory where he studied with maestri Dr. Bill Cutter and Dr. George Case. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in music education and vocal performance from Catawba College where he studied conducting with Paul E. Oakley and voice with Dr. Scott Macleod. Other conducting teachers and mentors of note include Andrew Altenbach, Dr. Beth Willer, and Brian O’Connell.
August 1, 2015

IGC Shows Available for Booking

Each season, In Good Company offers productions from its repertoire for public and school performances.  This year we will present Hail to the Chief, the delightful, thoughtful and humorous musical journey through the election campaign music of George Washington through the Kennedy era – just in time for the height of the US election! And in the spring, In Good Company is thrilled to mount a new production of Voices from the Mountain, an evocative musical detailing the journey of “songcatcher” Olive Dame Campbell’s visit to the villages and people of Appalachia in the early 1900s.
November 30, 2013

In Good Company premieres None But the Best

Our new production, “None But the Best,” premiered in Boston at the Tremont Temple on November 2 and 3 to enthusiastic audiences.  The play, which shares the life and works of “the most famous person we never met,” philanthropist and publisher Daniel Sharp Ford, shared, through songs, dances, stories and drama, the work of the man who published “The Youth’s Companion,” the most popular newspaper in America in the late nineteenth century.  Ford funded New England Baptist Hospital and the Ruggles Street Baptist Church, and endowed the Boston Baptist Social Union, which continues Ford’s mission of helping the poor and indigent.  “None But the Best” played in Sherborn on November 16 and will be performed in early December for the Boston Baptist Social Union.
October 15, 2013

Weekly Video Series on background to None but the Best

 
June 15, 2013

Kickstarter Campaign surpasses goal

Our Kickstarter campaign, completed in June 2013, raised $13,751.00 (from 186 backers) toward the creation of our spring show, The Golden Door. The company is very grateful to those who so generously supported this campaign and hope that many of you will have the opportunity to see the show in May of 2014. Learn more about The Golden Door.
January 15, 2013

Boston Baptist Social Union commissions None but the Best

In over 30 years of leading musical organizations, this is the first time Kay Dunlap has ever been part of the commissioning of a new work. “This is very exciting for In Good Company and a great help to us in getting started,” Dunlap said. “While we often create shows about people from history, this is the first time someone else has suggested that we create a show around a specific person.” It has turned out to be a fascinating project in which the whole cast has learned a lot about Boston and New England in the second half of the 19th century. “We thought we already knew a lot about this period. We had previously presented a show about the Hutchinson Family Singers set at the end of the Civil War and the causes they supported: abolition of slavery, women’s suffrage and temperance. But None but the Best has taught us not […]