Sheboygan Theatre Co. kicks off 60th year with 'Steel Magnolias'

The smash Off Broadway play that became a Hollywood blockbuster is now in full bloom at Sheboygan Theatre Company (STC). Steel Magnolias, the hilarious and heartwarming play of six beauties, one parlor and countless laughs kicks off STC’s 80th season, which is sponsored by Acuity and the Stefanie H. Weill Charitable Fund. From September 27th through October 5th the stage at the Leslie W. Johnson Theatre at Horace Mann Middle School is transformed into a place where women gather to discuss life, love and laughter. You don’t want to miss a minute of it.

“This production is the perfect show to celebrate our milestone of reaching our 80th birthday” says new Managing Director Dennis Gleason. “The camaraderie and community of beauty shops so closely mirrors the generous and giving spirit I have found in STC and Sheboygan in general. Everyone comes together to help each other out and become a family. That is what happens in this play and in this community”.

The play is written by Robert Harling, known for penning the screenplays of Soapdish and First Wives Club. Make your appointment with laughter to see how Sheboygan’s cast brings these iconic characters to life. Featuring local talent Nanette Bulebosh, Diane Ellis, Mariya Grabow, Michelle Jorgensen, Sue Kaiser, Danielle Rammer and understudy Michelle Bestul, they are led by Los Angeles director Nicole Dominguez. The show is sponsored by Wilson Mutual Insurance Company.

Production credits include set by Dustin Uhl and Kyle Schwanke, costumes by Ben Gartmann, makeup and hair by Cathy Perronne and Sarah Klauck, props by Lisa Masbruch and stage manager is Kirt Graves.


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