Production History

Production History


November: “The Gnome’s Home.” Two workshop performances (Off Broadway Studio)
September/October: “Arsenic and Old Lace.” (Off Broadway Studio)
August: “Our Own Peter Pan.” (Nicollet Theatre)
August: “Our Own Treasure Island.” (New Ulm Community Center)
July: “Fiddler on the Roof.” (Summer Musical)
July: NUACT signs long term lease on State Street Theatre Building
June: Blue padded seats installed in center section
May: “Shakespeare in the Park/Parking Ramp.” (With Mosaic Theatre Co.)
April: “Murder at the 1929 Speakeasy.” (Fairmont Dinner Theatre)
April: “Murder at Tax Time” (Nicollet Dinner Theatre)
April: “A Director’s Workshop” (For regional directors)
February/March: “Murder at Bockfest!” (The Grand Kabaret)
February: “A Valentine for New Ulm.” (Holiday Inn)
January: Adult Acting Classes begin (through May)


December: “A Seussified Christmas Carol.” (MLC)
December: “Who Kidnapped Santa Claus? (Rotary at NU Country Club)
November, “Elves and the Shoemaker.” (Christkindlemarkt)
November: “Who Murdered Santa Claus?” (Loose Moose in Mankato)
November, “Who Stole My Schnitzel?” Turner Hall
October, “Hansel & Gretel.” (Fairmont)
October “Rumpelstiltskin.” for Oktoberfest and More
August: “Our Own Peter Pan.” New Ulm Community Center
July: “South Pacific.” New Ulm Community Auditorium
June: “The Front Page.” Martin Luther College Auditorium
April: “Murder: It’s All About the Cons.” (Fairmont, MN)
April: Required Rhyming (Educational Program, (District 88 Board Room)
February: “I Do! I Do!” Dinner Theatre Musical at the NU Holiday Inn
January: The Senior Improv Class presents “Goldilocks & the Three Bears.” NU Community Center


December: “Miracle on 34th Street.” Radio play at Martin Luther College and in Fairmont, MN
December: “Murder at the Spoke & Wheel.” (For the Rotary) Turner Hall
November: “Hot Rods & Poodle Skirts.” 1950s musical review at Community Center (with VINE)
November: “You Can’t Take it With You.” For Sleepy Eye High School
November: “The History of Beer, Part I.” at Turner Hall
October: “Hansel & Gretel.” Children’s Theatre for German Heritage Day, New Ulm Mall
October: “Chimney Sweep Parade.” Oktoberfest (On Minnesota Street)
September: “Murder at the Roller Derby.” District 88 Auditorium/Gym
August: “Dogs in the Hot Moon or Behind the Barricades.” District 88 Auditorium
August: 5 plays, Summer Camp Workshop performances, Oakwood Methodist Church
July: Bavarian Blast Parade
June: “Murder at FAST*FEST.” Lakeville, MN
May: “A Commemoration of the Life of Bobbi McCrea.” Wanda Gag House
May: “Murder Overdue!” New Ulm Public Library
February: “Murder at the Italian Wedding.” (for Bock Fest) The Grand Kabaret
January: Directing Symposium (several weeks)
2012, December: “The Importance of Being Earnest.” Martin Luther College Auditorium


December: “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Martin Luther College Auditorium & Red Cloud, NE Opera House
October: “Once Upon a Mattress.” NU Community Center
June: ” Who Killed Herman the German?” Murder Mystery at the Grand Kabaret
June: “Minnesota N ‘Ice.” NU Community Center


January: “Murder & Mayhem at the Grand Kabaret.” Grand Kabaret


December: “Farndale…Christmas Carol.” NU Community Center


November: “Cinderella.” Turner Hall


November: “NunCrackers.” NU Community Center
September 7: NUACT is granted not-for-profit status as a 501(c)3 organization
July: “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” NU Holiday Inn


September: “Nunsense II.” New Ulm Community Center
July: “Children of Eden.” Holy Trinity Middle School Auditorium


July: “Hermannstraum.” ( A Pageant!)
July: “Into the Woods.” Holy Trinity Middle School Auditorium


December: “A Jane Austin Birthday Party Performance.” Grand Kabaret
February: “Love Letters.” NU Holiday Inn
June: “Pinocchio.” NU Community Center


December: “Holiday Memories.” (by Truman Capote). NU Middle School Little Theatre
September: “Pump Boys & Dinettes.” NU Community Center
February 13: Pioneer Players, Inc. renamed and restarted as the New Ulm Actor’s Community Theater by Allie Fleischmann, Craig Golden, Sherri Golden, Isla Hoffman, Bobbi McCrea, Judy Sellner, Mark Wood


February 22: Pioneer Players, Inc. formed in New Ulm, Minnesota by Ronald Eyrich, June Benson, John Becker, Myron Ackerson, Pennell Somsen