The Gods on Mount Olympus are old, tired, and bored, so when a troupe of traveling actors appears and offers to take their place, they jump at the chance to leave and take a holiday. Thespis, the troupe's manager, advises his newly made gods and goddesses to not be "hampered by routine and red tape and precedent" and to try experiments. Uh oh! Hilarity ensues. Sometimes referred to as the “lost” Gilbert and Sullivan because while all of Gilbert’s words were saved, most of Sullivan’s music was not. Our performance uses music composed specifically for Thespis by Quade Winter.