STC has something to say and we
are going to stand up and shout it!
STC is growing and gaining steam, and we want everyone
hear about it and join us for the ride. STC’s 2011 season
offers an experience of firsts: the first
of the beautiful Chess in Concert, the first professional
of Hairspray and Altar Boyz, and we're the
first company to
promote an “In Concert” musical
theatre series. And another big “first” for
in 2011? For the first time in our seven year history, we
are settling into
our new home.
STC believes that theatre has much to stand up and say for
It is the young people finding a home on stage for the first time or the
fifteenth. It is the ability of the arts to change lives, as in STC’s sexual abuse prevention tour
of No More Secrets . It is reliving historical triumphs such as the end of segregation in Hairspray. It is exploring the depths of the
human psyche in
The Bad Seed. STC continues to be innovative in its approach to expanding the boundaries of theatrical offerings and to showcasing all races and
nationalities on our stage.
When you buy a ticket or donate your time or money, you celebrate being a part
of our community. The arts provide a place where expression and emotion are encouraged, where
no matter who you are you fit in, and where people come together for a uniquely shared experience. And through all of
Street Theatre Company continues on its mission to be professional,
affordable, and accessible. We present material that may make you laugh or
cry, but we hope at least will have you leaving the theatre with something to talk about.
Our wish is that once you experience an STC production, you will feel compelled to stand up and shout with us, “The arts matter! The arts are essential to a vibrant and thriving community!”
So join us. Stand up and shout!
Board of Directors
Jaime Janiszewski – Board President
Mason Worthington – Treasurer
Amanda Middagh – Secretary
Phone - 615.554.7414
P.O. Box 160979
Nashville, TN 37216
1933 Elm Hill Pike
Nashville, TN 37210
Street Theatre Company is located two blocks west of the Briley Parkway in the Sir Speedy plaza.
Additional parking is available across the street at Uniguest, 1940 Elm Hill Pike.
Photo: Cathy Street