Featured post

Dueling Pianos International returns to St. Clair on March 2nd

The Guild is once again pleased to present “Dueling Pianos International” on Saturday, March 2, 2019, at 7:30 p.m. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. This exciting event will take place at the St. Clair Knights of Columbus Hall, located at 3501 Rattle Run Road, just west of St. Clair.

Proceeds will benefit the John & Avis Cobb Fine Arts Scholarship Fund.

Tickets available are available now at the Murphy Inn and Mannina’s in St. Clair and at the Riviera Restaurant in Marine City. Tickets may also be reserved online and paid for at the door. Tickets are $25.00 per person, or a table of ten can be reserved at only $200.00.

A cash bar will be available. You must be at least 18 years old to attend this event.

Featured post

Winter Play Reads continue in February

Our Winter play reading get-togethers continue in February. These are informal reads of several plays we’re considering for possible production with The Borderline Theatre Group or the St. Clair Theatre Guild (or both!) in 2019-20.

Any interested actor or theatre artist is welcome to come hang out with us and read a scene or two or the whole play, or just listen and give us your thoughts.

Starting time is 6:30 p.m. The Borderline is hosting on alternate weeks in Port Huron at The Brass Rail, 410 Huron Ave. Buy your own beverages, sit back and have some fun! The Guild hosts the readings on the other weeks at our building, located in Klecha Little League Park at Goffe and Palmer Streets in the south end of St. Clair.

Hope to see you there. Here’s the schedule of upcoming dates and plays to be read:

Tuesday, February 19: “Doubt: A Parable” by John Patrick Shanley (The Brass Rail in Port Huron)

Thursday, February 28: “Death of a Salesman” by Arthur Miller (SCTG Building in St. Clair)

Wednesday, March 6: “Venus In Fur” by David Ives (The Brass Rail in Port Huron)

Wednesday, March 13: “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” by Finn/Sheinkin/Feldman/Reiss [musical] (SCTG Building in St. Clair)

Wednesday, March 20: “Fool For Love” by Sam Shepard (The Brass Rail in Port Huron)

Wednesday, March 27: “Cobb” by Lee Blessing (SCTG Building in St. Clair)

Wednesday, April 3: “Detroit” by Lisa D’Amour (The Brass Rail in Port Huron)

Wednesday, April 10: “Five Women Wearing the Same Dress” by Alan Ball (SCTG Building in St. Clair) [rescheduled from January 30]

“Community Sings” continue in February and March

Two more opportunities to come out and sing with old and new friends are coming up in February and March. Everyone is invited to come out and sing at the St. Clair Library!

“JAM” featuring Mike Myers and Julie Droullard will lead the singing on Thursday, February 21, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. The St. Clair Library is located at 310 S. Second St. in St. Clair. Admission is free!

Tom Kephart will be our performer and song leader on Thursday, March 21, again from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. at the library.

This event is co-sponsored by the St. Clair Rotary, the City of St. Clair’s Recreation Department, and the St. Clair branch of the St. Clair County Library System.

If you have any questions, use our Contact Form and we’ll get back with you ASAP.

Cobb Memorial Arts Scholarship applications being accepted

Applications for the 2019 John and Avis Cobb Memorial Fine Arts Scholarship are now being accepted. One or more scholarships are given each year to persons who will be pursuing arts-related education or training.

To qualify, you must be a current student in the East China School District or at Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School, or be a home schooled student within the East China Schools boundaries. You may also be a graduate of Marine City, St. Clair, or Cardinal Mooney high schools, or an adult living in the school district. Alternatively, Guild members who are residents of other school districts in the area are also eligible.

Applications are available on the Cobb Scholarships page. Deadline for applications is April 15, 2019.