Brookings Harbor
 Community Theater

Thursdays, May 11 & 18
Fridays, May 12 & 19
Saturdays, May 13 & 20

7:00 pm at Azalea Middle School Music Room

     Talk about literature coming to life!  Gabby suspects something is going on in the library at night, so she enlists the help of her best friend, Paige, to do some sleuthing.  

     Together they hide in the library after it closes and discover that it’s haunted by a silent ghost who leads them to a book containing a cryptic poem.  As Paige and Gabby decipher the poem, they find clues that enable them to bring fictional characters to life, starting with Jim Hawkins from Treasure Island.  

     Jim helps them summon even more characters from other books and soon, the library is overrun with the denizens of literature — Humpty Dumpty, the Mad Hatter, Alice in Wonderland, Anne of Green Gables, Romeo, and others.  

     Things are definitely out of hand, but they take a turn for the worse when — shiver me timbers! — Long John Silver is inadvertently brought to life.  The pirate sets out on a thieving spree, and he’s not afraid to use his cutlass to get what he wants! 

    It’s up to Paige, Gabby and Jim to defeat the pirate and return the characters to their stories before the library reopens.  All that’s necessary for a happy ending is courage, ingenuity...  and one more character brought to life. 

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Though BHCT is no longer located in a permanent location we are still alive and kicking! 
As a Patron of BHCT you will see the magic of Camelot and future productions come to life on stage.  

Auditions for Camelot are on June 12 & 13 and run August 11 -27 for 3 weekends at Ellensburg Theater in Gold Beach.  We are seeking ongoing monthly donations totaling $1,500. This will help us pay for licensing fees, rental space, storage space and the numerous props, costumes and building supplies needed to produce shows.  

Our 2017 season includes "Much Ado About Nothing" in September, a Mystery Comedy production in October, and our annual presentation of "Christmas Carol" on KURY radio and on-stage in December.