St. John Theatre

Celebrating 36 years of bringing the Arts to St. John and surrounding parishes.

The Wizard of Oz (7/2016)
Annie Get Your Gun  (7/2015)
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged and Revised (3/2015)
You're a Good Man Charlie Brown (10/2014)

Anything Goes  (7/2014)
The Producers  (7/2013)
The Marvelous Wonderettes  (3/2013)
Seussical  (7/2012)
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee  (3/2012)
Dirty Rotten Scoundrels  (7/2011)
Jekyll and Hyde: A Benefit Concert for St. John Theatre  (2/2011)
The Music Man  (7/2010)
Toy Camp  (12/2009)
All Shook Up  (7/2009)
Twelve Angry Jurors  (2/2009)
The Rocky Horror Picture Show  (10/2008)
Always...Patsy Cline  (8/2008)
Jekyll & Hyde, The Musical  (7/2008)
Steel Magnolias  (2/2008)
Oklahoma!  (7/2007)
Guys And Dolls  (7/2006)
M*A*S*H  (3/2006)
Peter Pan  (7/2005)
Lend Me A Tenor  (2/2005)
The Jungle Book  (9/2004)
Into the Woods  (7/2004)
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory  (10/2003)
Footloose  (7/2003)
The Sound Of Music  (2/2003)
The Forgotten Carols  (12/2002)
Charlotte's Web  (10/2002)
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum  (7/2002)
Lizzie Borden of Fall River  (10/2001)
Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella  (7/2001)
The Ghost of Canterville Hall  (10/2000)
Livin' De Life  (2/2000)
Li'l Abner  (7/1999)
The Odd Couple  (1/1998)
South Pacific  (7/1997)
Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella  (4/1997)
Grease  (7/1996)
Barefoot In The Park  (4/1996)
Little Shop Of Horrors  (11/1995)
Annie  (7/1995)
Lost In Yonkers  (4/1995)
Lend Me A Tenor  (12/1994)
Steel Magnolias  (4/1994)
Done To Death  (3/1992)
The Nutcracker  (12/1991)
A Man's World - From The Sublime To The Ridiculous  (11/1991)
God's Favorite  (11/1991)
The Sound Of Music  (7/1991)
A Salute To Our Troops  (4/1991)
Anything Goes  (7/1986)
Lil Abner  (4/1985)
Grease  (4/1984)
George M!  (4/1983)
Hello, Dolly!  (4/1982)
South Pacific (1981)

Our programs are supported by grants from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism, in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council as administered by the Bayou Regional Arts Council, and the United Way.
Website Sponsored by: Friends of St. John Theatre
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