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Christmas Parade seeks elves

The St. Clair Theatre Guild’s float in the annual St. Clair Christmas Parade needs a couple of elves to walk along with the float. If you’re feeling particularly elfy and would like to participate, let us know through the Contact form. (We’ll take more than two elves, too! Might even accept a reindeer! Let us know!)

2017-18 Board announced, seeking additional members

The 2017-18 Board of Directors for the St. Clair Theatre Guild are as follows:

President: Jo-Anne Wilkie
Vice President: Brian Moss
Secretary: Kim LaDuke
Treasurer: Holly Cross

At-Large Directors: Sue Daniels, Robert Swain

The Guild currently has only six board members. The by-laws suggest eight to sixteen. So we’d like to add at least two people to the Board of Directors. If you’re interested, let Brian Moss know through the Contact form on the website.

“Celebrating 50 Years of Broadway” – June 22-24, 2017


The St. Clair Theatre Guild will offer a musical tribute to its history on June 22, 23 and 24, as they present “Celebrating 50 Years of Broadway” at the East China Performing Arts Center. Showtime each evening will be 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15.00 for adults, $12.00 for students and seniors, and are available at the St. Clair Art Association and Sue’s Coffee House in St. Clair; and at 2Thirty5 in Marine City. Tickets will also be available at the door, or you can reserve them at will call by clicking this link and filling out the request form.

This musical revue will take audiences back to many of the great Broadway musicals the Guild has presented since 1967, when they produced their first show, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying! Since then, hundreds of actors, singers, dancers and stage crew have come together to share their love of live theatre with each other and with the community.

The East China Performing Arts Center is located at 1585 Meisner Rd. in East China Township.

We hope you’ll join us on June 22-24 as we celebrate our history and look to the future!

Celebrating Fifty Years of Community Theatre

The Saint Clair Theatre Guild is reaching its half-century mark (should be hearing from AARP any day) and is inviting all past and present members to join us in celebrating our fiftieth season. Have an idea to help make it special? We’d love to hear your ideas at our Annual Meeting, Sunday, September 18th at 4 p.m. in the SCTG Building.

SCTG series of events for the 2016-17 Season

September 13 & 14 at 7 p.m.

Auditions for A Company of Wayward Saints (one of SCTG’s early presentations). Auditions will be held at the SCTG Building at 7 p.m. Cast includes 6 men, 3 women.

October 29 at 4 and 7 p.m.

Two showings of Raygo Productions’ locally produced movie, “Mary’s Buttons”, will be presented at the Saint Clair Knights of Columbus (K of C) Hall, 3501 Rattle Run Road. Shows at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.  Tickets $15 per person.

November 11 & 12 at 7 p.m.

A Company of Wayward Saints play presented at the K of C Hall at 7 p.m. Tickets, $15; Students, $12

November 18 at 6 p.m.

SCTG, of course, will participate in the Annual Santa Parade. Date TBA for the Annual Christmas Caroling at Medilodge & Mallards Landing.

March 5, 2017

The popular Dueling Pianos will be featured again for our Scholarship Fund Raiser at the K of C Hall. Great Fun & Great Cause!! Table of 10 – $200 or $25 per person

April (TBA)

The Voices in Harmony showcase again will be presented by both male & female regional and international quartets as well as Barbershop Choruses, many of whom have enjoyed state & national championships. Tickets $20

(Date TBA)

“Fifty Years of Broadway, A Musical Revue” will present many of the musical selections from SCTG’s most popular productions. This will celebrate our memorable 50th season. Date and Venue to be announced.

Don’t forget – and please tell your friends and families about….

Auditions for “A Company of Wayward Saints” – September 13 and 14

Background information will be forthcoming. SCTG produced it in 1973 to the enjoyment of our audience and now looks forward to re-offering it these 43 years later.

Looking forward to the next fifty years,

Brian Moss, President