SCTG’s Board of Directors is accepting proposals for 2015 Summer or Fall Productions. Required to be a one-set show for a small venue, either musical or drama/comedy. If you have a project in mind, please submit your proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 1st. We will also be looking for Producers along with other production staff for the coming year.
The St. Clair Theatre Guild is proud to present “An Evening of Music” on Saturday, March 21st at the East China Performing Arts Center. Tickets can be bought in advance at the St. Clair Art Association or Sue’s Coffee House in St. Clair or at The Sweet Tooth in Marine City; reserved online by clicking this link, or bought at the door. It will be a great night of singing and fun. Come support SCTG and the performing arts while having some fun!
Congratulations are due to the Scholarship Committee for their very successful fundraiser, “Dueling Pianos.” All feedback indicates that a great time was had by all who attended.
It appears that the committee’s efforts have increased the fund by better than $1200. This constitutes the first significant increase in many years. We are excited to have this Scholarship Fund gaining ground again in order to offer this benefit to our members.
Brian S. Moss
After making change after change in order to stage the production of The Music Man, we encountered a circumstance which could not be overcome in the time remaining. Our cast was informed and released as of January 21, 2015.
This was a decision not made easily or happily and may indicate a need to rethink our ability to produce large cast musicals. Our heartfelt thanks to all who came out for the auditions and committed to the several months it takes to build and perform a show of this magnitude.
We deeply regret having to make this decision and extend our thanks to all the cast and crew for your commitments.
The SCTG Board will have a special meeting this Sunday to determine what our next move will be. Please keep in touch with us as this is merely a setback. It will not deter us from future productions.