Welcome to SACT!

St. Anthony Community Theater Summer 2019 Performance of:

Cast List Announced: Check it out here!

St. Anthony Community Theatre-Crystal Clift Memorial Scholarship Announced!

See the announcement here

Saint Anthony Community Theater (SACT)

is a non- profit community organization whose mission is to enrich community life by providing access to high quality performing arts opportunities for people of all ages and experience levels; on the stage, behind the scenes, and in the audience. SACT is committed to increasing community engagement in the performing arts, providing educational and social opportunities in a family friendly, inclusive, intergenerational environment.

"SACT continuously works to ensure we are an inclusive organization that is welcoming and supportive of all participants, whether performers, volunteers, students, contractors, and/or audience members. SACT fosters and promotes an inclusive environment that leverages the unique contributions of diverse individuals and organizations to collectively create and share meaningful and rewarding theater-related opportunities in a safe space for all, regardless of age, ethnicity, gender identity, orientation, culture, race, socio-economic status, or ability."


Cathy Gustafson
Cathy has been on the SACT board since 2007 and has supported school and community theater productions.
Kurt Engel
Kurt has been involved with SACT since early 2002, after his ten-year-old daughter expressed interest in being in that summer’s
Ian Pirner
Technology and Communication
Ian started with St. Anthony Community Theater in 2006. An avowed thespian and technology wiz, he joined the board in late 2015 after redeveloping the website.
Brooke Reseland
At Large
While Brooke has no personal theater experience, her daughter auditioned for and participated in her first play through SACT. Brooke volunteered backstage with SACT that first year, and has been volunteering in various roles since.
Caitlyn Marsh
Student Laison
Thomas Marsh
At Large
Marie Wappes
At Large
Cara Nix
At Large
Rob Hutchison
At Large
Lorie Haddad
At Large
“This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund.” SACT gratefully acknowledges the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council (MRAC) for their support of our 2019 production of “School House Rock Live Too” with a grant from the Community Arts program.