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Spring Awakening

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Some Theatre Company presents: Spring Awakening, the rock musical that took Broadway by storm

Show dates April 21 – 30 2017

Spring Awakening explores self-discovery and what it means to experience love and loss. Set in a small 19th century German town, students begin to experience changes that confuse and fascinate them, but coming from a society where the birds and the bees discussion is frowned upon, the students are confronted with the struggle of dealing with these changes without guidance.

Spring Awakening won eight Tony Awards including Best Musical and was hailed by the New York Drama Critics Circle, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle as the Best Musical of the Year.

“A miracle that must be seen to be believed. The best new musical in a generation.”
– The New York Observer

“Imaginatively deconstructs the conventions of musical theatre, pointing the genre forward to thrilling new directions.”
– Back Stage


April 21, 22, 28, 29 at 7.30pm
April 22, 23, 29, 30 at 2pm

TICKETS ALSO AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR: Cash or check only. There is an ATM located across the road at the bank.

Box office opens an hour before show time; seating will begin 30 minutes prior to the performance.


$15 reserve seating – Available online and cash/check at the door

*Seating in the front row Patron seating
*Comfortable padded seat cushion to make your seating experience more enjoyable
*Chilled bottle of water waiting at your seat for you.
*Personal thank you message on our website and FB, and recognition as a Patron of the Arts.

Parking is available opposite the Keith Anderson Community House.

The use of recording/photographic equipment of any kind is prohibited. Unauthorized recording/photography will be confiscated and deleted.

Some Theatre Company is an IRS-approved 501(c)(3) Non-Profit organization. STC’s mission is to lead a culturally diverse collective of local artists to provide a quality, accessible, and affordable theatre arts experience for the community, by the community.