Silverthorne Theater Company (STC) offers high quality summer theater to the Connecticut River Valley and surrounding areas, showcasing the talents of a core company of experienced regional actors. The mission of our organization is to bring excellence of performance to adventurous drama, combining the best of the theatrical repertoire while also promoting unheard voices and connecting with underserved populations.
This summer we completed our third season at the Sloan Theater at Greenfield Community College to kudos from critics and audiences alike. Within five years we will have steadily expanded the length and professional quality of the season to achieve standards of excellence that will thrill our audiences and help to firmly establish the region as an outstanding destination for thrilling cultural and recreational experiences. Check out our Season Page to see the work we do and what the critics have to say!
We look forward to our upcoming Fall activities:
A production of the thoroughly irreverent The Compleat Works of Wllm Shkspr (abridged) at the Arts Block in downtown Greenfield October 7, 8, 14, 15 with a matinee performance on October 15. Go to News & Special Events to buy tickets and find more information.
CHECK OUT THIS SPECIAL OFFER! TWO FOR ONE ON OPENING NIGHT! Buy one ticket for Friday, October 7, get one ticket free! Order your tickets online on the News & Special Events page, then contact our Box Office at 413-768-7514 or email@example.com to let us know you'll be bringing a friend for free!
A Christmas Carol: A radio play -
A new adaptation performed as a live radio production; three locations December 9-11.
Go to News & Special Events for complete information and ticket purchase information.
Special thanks to our 2016 Summer Season sponsors:
- Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts
- Art Angels
- New England Public Radio
- Greenfield Cultural Council
- The Valley Advocate
- Bernardston Cultural Council
- Northfield Cultural Council
And to our major season advertisers. Please patronize these fine businesses: