Since its founding in 1924, the Blue Hill Troupe has raised nearly $3 million dollars for New York City charities through its high-quality theater performances. Hailing from all walks of life and spanning several generations, members donate their time to produce two full theatrical productions a year: a Broadway musical or light opera each fall and a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta each spring.

The Blue Hill Troupe has twice performed at Carnegie Hall with the New York Pops, and is featured annually in the Metropolitan Museum of Art concert series. On television, the Troupe has been profiled on CBS Sunday morning and the MetroArts/Thirteen performance series.