You don’t have to go far for excellent live entertainment this summer; join some local talent to experience a cultural and artistic experience right in our own backyard! Head to the magical setting of Blackie Spit at Crescent Beach, and settle in for the wild and wonderful antics of the Beach House Theatre Society. Making up their 2019 season is Romeo & Juliet and Love You Forever… and More Munsch. Looking for some show details? Keep reading!
In efforts to connect the arts with the local community and inspire Surrey’s youth with a love for theatre, the Beach House plays upon the charming setting that is Crescent Beach. This provides an amazing chance for the community to accommodate an exciting summer event, while simultaneously establishing a reputation in supporting the arts. Their yearly productions include many local performing artists, designers, technicians, and producers that recognize the importance of providing arts education to the youth. These professionals provide learning opportunities for the youth by giving them the chance to work alongside them.
Romeo & Juliet
Performances August 13 – 18, with shows starting at either 7 or 8 pm (night specific).
Arguably William Shakespeare’s most famous love story, Romeo & Juliet is coming to Crescent Beach this summer. This classic tale will be sure to include all things passionate love. Utilizing humour, intense action, and extraordinary romance, this vibrant show will be sure to wow the audience. A prologue will be offered on 4 of the nighly showings which start at 7 pm for an extra ten dollars!
Love You Forever…. and More Munsch
based on stories by Robert Munsch, adapted by Stephen Colella and Sue Miner.
Performances August 14 – 17, with shows starting at 11 am.
Targeted towards the younger audiences, this performance is based on a variety of classic Robert Munsch stories. This includes Mortimer, Murmel Murmel Murmel, The Paper Bag Princess, Zoom, and Love You Forever! This adaptation will be sure to keep the kids entertained as it follows Mortimer and his irrepressible energy throughout these stories. Gates will open by 10:30 am, the show starts at 11 am and runs for about 1 hour followed by a question period and autograph session.
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