Thank you for considering volunteering your free time to help with State Street Theater productions and concerts. As a community theater, our success is entirely due to the help of our dedicated patrons and volunteers.
To sign up to volunteer for ushering or selling concessions for any of our upcoming events, click here. You will receive free entry into any event you work.
In addition to front-of-house help, State Street Theater Co. also welcomes backstage help for our productions. You could be a stagehand, set builder and painter, costumer, lights technician, or sound technician. To inquire about these opportunities, please contact us at email@example.com.
Rent Our Stage
Our stage has space for full production, concert, meetings, and conference needs. We provide a Baldwin grand piano, music stands, platforms, lights, sound, tables, and chairs. The formal theater seats up to 700 on the main floor and balcony. The stage can seat 220, or offer a meal service with tables and chairs.
Our theater and lobby are picture-perfect settings for award shows, holiday parties, and film shoots.
We offer reduced rates for non-profits and are always looking for ways to collaborate with other area organizations. For specific pricing for your event or questions, please call us at 507-359-9990 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Something Artsy is a community television program that is sponsored by State Street Theater Co. The monthly program highlights local arts events and organizations in New Ulm and the surrounding communities.
Guests are interviewed about theater, music, painting, sculpture, dance, singing, recitals, author appearances, play readings, and anything else arts-related. If your organization would like to be featured on Something Artsy, please email us at email@example.com for additional information and interview times.
Something Artsy can be viewed on NUCAT at 10:30 am on Tuesdays; 10:30 pm on Thursdays; 11 am and 4:30 pm on Fridays; 5 am and 6 pm on Saturdays; and 2:30 pm on Sundays.
Something Artsy is produced by SSTC and sponsored by local community groups and Prairie Lakes Regional Arts Council.