In the Wings:
Meet the cast of Driving Miss Daisy!
We’re thrilled to announce the stars of our upcoming production, Ms. Nanette Bulebosh as Daisy, Mr. Ty Wesley as Hoke, and Mr. Michael Roehl as Boolie. They will be directed by Mr. Michael Stebbins. The show opens February 27th and runs through March 7th; call 459.3779 today to get your tickets!
The kickoff party for Driving Miss Daisy will be this Thursday, January 29th, starting at 6 p.m. We’ll be hosting the cast and our guest director Michael Stebbins to talk about volunteering on the show, the production process, which departments will need help, and explore Michael’s vision of a “living” run crew, who will participate in costume. In addition to assisting with scene shifts, they will have some stage time (that will require some rehearsal) and help to represent the story and the passage of the years.
So whether you’re a longtime volunteer or you want to try working on a show for the first time, grab a snack or some soda and join us Thursday night at 6 p.m.; we can’t wait to get started on this beautiful piece!
STC Class ACT Registration is now open!
Registration is now open for STC Class ACT, an offering of low-cost Acting and Musical Theatre classes for teenagers (13 – 18) and adults (19 – 99!). Find out all the information here or by calling 920.459.3779! Most classes are at least half-full, so please register today. Many thanks to Mead Public Library and the Alliant Energy Foundation for their support of this project!
Put your money where your ear is!
Check out our fundraising project for the renovation of our aging sound system here! We’re endeavoring to raise $5000 by May 31st in three separate campaigns, and STC will meet whatever we raise to double-down on your investment! We’ve already exceeded our goal of $1500 by February 21st and we’re off to a promising start; we truly appreciate all of the cash and check donations that have come pouring in but please consider using Kickstarter.com whenever possible. If we’re able to raise a total of $4k by the end of the second campaign, we’ll nix the third Kickstarter, “NPR”-style. We can do this!
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!