If you’re interested in volunteering on our winter productions of You Can’t Take It With You and August: Osage County, please call 920.459.3779 or email Tom at tberger@sasd.net. We’re always looking for volunteers in every area; painting, stitching, set construction, house management, ushering, concessions, props, run crew, etc.! We have activities for every age and experience level. These will be the BIG ones this season; get involved today!

Our next auditions for Mainstage will be for both You Can’t Take It With You and August: Osage County, Wednesday, October 21st and Thursday, October 22nd, starting at 6 p.m. by appointment at the LWJ.

 Studio Players

We’re seeking one or two bodies to assist with set and lighting design for our upcoming production of Rocky Horror Show, playing Paradigm Halloween weekend! We’re also seeking some general assistants for the rehearsal process. If you’re interested, please contact Tom at tberger@sasd.net or 920.459.3779.

GYPSY opens STC’s 82nd Season!
One more week to catch it!

The Sheboygan Theatre Company is kicking off its 82nd season with the Broadway classic Gypsy, the story of the ultimate stage mother and her daughters. The show includes classic show tunes like “All I Need Now is the Girl” and “Everything’s Coming Up Roses.” Leading the cast is STC regular Michelle Bestul as Mama Rose; also starring is Eulalia Carriveau as Louise, David Neese as Herbie, Morgan Bramstedt as Dainty June, Vanessa Pittner as Young Louise, and Bridget Bullard as Baby June. The supporting roles include Angela Landgraf, Susan Johnson, Sharon Quinn, Steven Lee, Susan Salm, Susan Johnson, and Bernie Starzewski. Rounding out the company is Eddie Bullard, Courtney Kooistra, Christopher Lee Fontaine, Sarah Torres, Noah Van Ells, Nate Snyder, Jim Johnson, Leyah Van Ells, Nicholas Torres, and Charlotte Bullard. The show is directed and choreographed by guest artist Dennis Clark and music directed by STC artist-in-residence Ray Rhoads. Gypsy runs October 2nd through the 4th, and the 7th through the 10th. Tickets are available at the LWJ Theatre (2820 Union Avenue) on performance nights, or by calling 920.459.3779 or visiting www.sheboygantheatrecompany.com.

The rest of the “Big, Bold, & Brassy” 82nd season includes You Can’t Take It With You and August: Osage County rotating repertory in December, William Shakespeare’s Macbeth in February of 2016, and the biblical musical Children of Eden in May.

We’re looking for a few good people!

In addition to two Board of Director vacancies, we’re also looking for a few new folks in some of our tech departments. We’re especially interested in those excited about leadership positions in paint, sound, hair/make-up, and set/scenic design. If you or someone you know would be interested in one of these great opportunities, please contact Tom at 920.459.3779 or tberger@sasd.net. We’re always excited about new and energetic people. Give us a call and learn how you can pitch in!

Winter Wonderland!





November14 & 15, 2015

Horace Mann Middle School

8:00 AM – 5:00 PM


Tell Your Friends & Your Family

Put It on Facebook & Twitter

Hand Out Posters

Donate to the Raffle

Volunteer to Help

Come to the Fundraiser!

The Sheboygan Theatre Company’s Winter Wonderland Fundraiser will feature raffle items that include wreaths, table top trees, baskets, holiday table runners, items from local artists, holiday items and Fall items. Entertainers will perform on stage throughout the day while visitors browse the raffle displays.  There will be free activities for children and for a small fee children can make an ornament for someone special. The Snowflake Café is a place to stop, where lunch is served and your sweet tooth is satisfied.
                                                                                                                                            Contact the event co-chairs Pat at (920-254-5684) or
Mary Jo at (920-207-8160) to help.

The Sheboygan Theatre Company’s mission is to produce quality community theatre involving diverse participants and audiences in a broad range of theatrical opportunities that entertain and educate. Join us for one of our upcoming shows, or get involved by finding a way to volunteer, be it on-stage, backstage, or one of many other ways. We’d love for you to join us!