Beaverton Civic Theatre announces its 2012 season
- The Times - Features
Fourth season to feature 'Harvey,' "The Miracle Worker' and 'You're a Good Man Charlie Brown'
The Beaverton Civic Theatre, under the leadership of Melissa Riley, announces its 2012 season.
The company's fourth season will feature Mary Chase's 'Harvey,' directed by George Herkert; William Gibson's 'The Miracle Worker,' directed by Doreen Lundberg; Clark Gesner's 'You're A Good Man Charlie Brown,' directed by Milli Hoelscher; Alan Jay Lerner's 'Camelot,' directed by Dennis Britten; and Michael Carleton, James Fitzgerald and John K. Alvarez's 'Every Christmas Story Ever Told,' directed by Paul Roder.
'I'm proud to announce a season that is family-friendly,' said Riley, company director.
'Growing up, it was my grandma who took me to the theater and nurtured my interest in the arts. I enjoy seeing grandparents, parents and children attending BCT productions and sharing the theatrical experience together.
'Next season provides an opportunity for all ages to participate on stage, behind the scenes and in the audience,' Riley added.
The Beaverton Civic Theatre is sponsored by the Beaverton Arts Commission. For additional information, contact Melissa Riley at 503-754-9866.