SACC FUNRAISER - "Forever Plaid"
January 16 - 7:30pm
January 17 - 2pm
January 18 - 2pm
On a stormy night in the ‘50s, four eager singers known as “The Plaids” are killed in a car crash on the way to their first big gig. The singers miraculously return from the afterlife and bop-shoo-bop through classics like Love is a Many Splendored Thing, Three Coins in the Fountain, and Sixteen Tons. You’ll delight in their charming choreography as they fulfill their dreams by performing the show that never was.
Directed by Matthew Beier & Jim Gottfried
Vocal Director, Stephanie Funk
- Jim Gottfried
- Ben Funk / Frankie
- Tim Dondlinger / Sparky
- Matthew Beier / Smudge
"The Nerd" - March 2015
March 6, 7, 8, 13 and 14, 2015.
Tickets available NOW at the Schauer Center
The 2013 Summer Production of Fiddler on the Roof -
Dedicated to the Memory of
Our fiddler - who brought light
into everyone's life!
Jessie M. Blodgett, age 19, of Hartford, passed away unexpectedly Monday, July 15, 2013. Jessie was the cherished daughter of Buck and Joy Blodgett.
The 2nd weekend of the play - The cast dedicated that show to her and the following memorial was read.
"On Monday, a nightmare reached down into our midst and stole one of our very best and brightest. Jessie Blodgett was our first act Fiddler - and so very much more.
Tonight, a candle shines from the Fiddler’s roof, where Jessie’s shining smile and beautiful violin began our show. She was the heart of our show family. She cannot be replaced, so we shall not try. By this candle, her light will guide us.
In the second act, the Fiddler will be portrayed as always by our principal violinist, Hazel Benton.
Tonight, our show goes on in Jessie's honor at the request of Jessie’s parents, and her family, many of whom are with us here tonight. Your program contains but a snapshot of the remarkable life that was hers and, in the lobby, there is an opportunity to contribute in her memory benefitting charities selected by her family.
Tonight, our show goes on because we refuse to allow the light that she brought to our lives to be extinguished by the fear and darkness against which she fought so hard.
Tonight, our show goes on because Fiddler speaks to the eternal journey to bring beauty, peace and joy to a world so often beset by struggle and hardship - and that journey was Jessie’s journey.
Tonight, our show goes on because it was her show. Laugh with it, cry with it, sing with it, sing along with it if you feel you must, but revel in it – because she would want you to, for this is her gift to you - a gift from the Fiddler on the Roof of the house of Heaven."
She will be deeply missed by her family, friends, fellow students and all who knew her.
Most of our productions are priced as seen below (not including dinner theater).
ADULT $16 · SENIOR DISCOUNTS (60+) $1 OFF - STUDENT $10
Purchase Tickets online at The Schauer Arts & Activities Center or call 262-670-0560
"Children of Eden"