Your continued support of live theatre is what makes Salina Community Theatre a success, season after season. We’ve put together another outstanding season, and you’re invited to join us as a subscriber. To sweeten the deal (season tickets are already 35% lower than the single ticket price), when you renew before West Side Story opens on June 12, your…Details
Salina Community Theatre has announced a change in its auditions schedule for the upcoming production of West Side Story. Originally, auditions were to be held Sunday, April 19 and Monday, April 20 with dance beginning at 7:00pm followed by singing, and finally reading from the script. Because of production staff conflicts, on Monday night, auditions…Details
The guide to CenterStage 2015 is now available for download — click here. Attention college students! We’re hiring for summer positions — click here. Attention high school students! Want to intern for SummerStage — click here.Details
Read the Salina Journal article, featured in Sunday, March 1 “Long View” section, written by Gary Demuth.
See the article in the Salina Journal. Kansas Wesleyan University Departments of Theatre and Music have joined forces with Salina Community Theatre for their first joint stage production, the recent Broadway revival edition of the classic 1970s musical “Godspell.” Michael Spicer, who is directing “Godspell” and serves as executive director of SCT, said, “We hope…Details
Salina Community Theatre is seeking teachers for its educational classes. SCT offers classes in dance, acting, and vocal performance to students ages K-adult throughout the year. Because of the significant amount of growth in class enrollments over the past two years, the theatre is seeking to add a number of qualified teachers to its resources.…Details
Salina Community Theatre is offering 100 seats at $10.00 plus tax for each matinee for its upcoming production of Clybourne Park. Tickets must be purchased at the box office by either check or cash. These tickets are made possible by a grant from the Salina Arts and Humanities. The matinees will be February 15 and…Details
Cast members of Salina Community Theatre’s production of Bruce Norris’s play Clybourne Park were invited to speak to an audience of more than 100 at Kansas State University-Salina’s Diversity High Tea on Monday, January 26. This Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning show, playing February 13-28 at Salina Community Theatre, deals with issues of race, neighborhood, economics, and gentrification. The…Details