Standing Ovation Theatre invites you to attend one of our events and see what we are all about!
Community support helps us with grants. Maybe you want to be onstage, part of the crew, volunteer for House, be a costumer, or a prop manager, or just come see a show. There are many ways to support the arts in your community and The Standing Ovation Theatre.
Standing Ovation Theatre is a non – profit organization based in Webster, Texas, dedicated to the purpose of stimulating and maintaining community interest and participation in the theatre arts. Our mission is dedicated to providing the opportunity for all members of the community to participate and in presenting quality entertainment to our audiences. *We strive to involve community members in all aspects of the theatre. *We offer the chance for newcomers to learn new skills. *We encourage others to share their best talents on stage. *We aim to provide good quality performance for families to enjoy. *We recognize we are a company of volunteers and will respect and appreciate the time they have to offer.
Standing Ovation Theatre is a 501(c)3 organization founded by a group of dedicated individuals who realize the impact theatre has on the community and the need for diversified cultural entertainment. We are so excited to become part of your community! Our main stage will offer a season of Stage Productions, Youth Activities, Senior Activities, and Special Events. We will also be offering an Event Center and many more exciting activities! Of course, we can’t do this without the communities’ help. Community support helps us obtain grants. What this letter addresses is the need for items and monetary donations to complete the dream. Small or large, it is easy to help on many levels. Any and all donations are tax deductible and greatly appreciated.
If you have any questions or need further info, please contact me or any member of our team at any time.
~Standing Ovation Theatre Manager Board of Directors Vice President
Bonnie going over tile, wall, and floor options in BLair's office.
Interior demolition. We thought it might save us some money and give us a head start, but actually didn't do much of either.
Another demolition picture.
Our booth at the Fun Run.
Another interior demolition picture.
Workers on first day of construction
Looking over plans.
Wide-angle of two buildings on second day of construction.
Second day of construction. Lots of workmen.