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 Shakespeare returns to the STC stage this February

The Sheboygan Theatre Company is thrilled to bring the work of William Shakespeare back to our stage for the first time since 1979 with Macbeth, one of the greatest tragedies ever written. The cast is led by Scott Schmidt and Lisa Golda, and helmed by STC Managing Director Tom Berger. Macbeth will run at the Leslie W. Johnson Theatre from February 19th, 20th, 24th, 25th, 26th, & 27th at 7:30, and Sunday, February 21st at 2:00. You can get tickets here or by calling 459.3779. Please join us for this epic tragedy!

Please be aware that Macbeth contains some scenes of staged violence. A good comparison would be to a PG-13 movie.

The cast of Macbeth:

Scott Allen Schmidt – Macbeth, a general of the King’s army
Lisa Golda – Lady Macbeth, his wife
David Bourgeois – Banquo
Chris Fontaine – Ross
Michelle Bestul – Lennox
Duncan Doherty – Macduff
Bernie Starzewski – Duncan, the King
Jake Caceres – Malcolm, son of Duncan
Daniel Hennell – Donalbain, son of Duncan
Susan Chambers Johnson – Lady Macduff
Charlie Graves – Macduff’s son
Maria Payant – Witch 1
Molly Dewane – Witch 2
Sarah Huebner – Witch 3
Bob Deyo – Porter/Doctor
Melissa Eiden – Fleance/Murderer
Keeara Muellenbach – Murderer
Angela Landgraf – Captain/Murderer
Tashianna Sykes – Murderer/Menteth
Bea Van Geffen – Gentlewoman/Nurse
Sheng Thao – Servant/Soldier

STC Class ACT Registration

Please join us for the second year of STC Class ACT, our new educational branch of the company. We’ll be offering classes in Acting and Musical Theatre, respectively, for teenagers and adults. Classes will run from the end of February to the end of April (exact dates pending) with a week off in the middle of the semester for SASD spring break. You can register NOW by calling 459.3779 or stopping by the Rec Department. Get all the details here.

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!