Join us for a special family, fun event to raise funds for C.A.P.E.
An exciting opportunity is coming soon to support the Community Access Project for Eureka (C.A.P.E.) in developing new youth-oriented programming.
North Coast Repertory Theater will begin 2023 with an original play, Never After Happily, as a fundraising performance for C.A.P.E.
“Never After Happily,” written to be premiered at NCRT by Hollywood playwrights, Cindy and Flip Kobler, is a fun-filled, family-friendly, delightful, and poignant comedy about what happens to our favorite fairy tale characters AFTER happily ever after. A percentage of the proceeds will support C.A.P.E.’s initiative to develop a free music and arts program that will target children residing at local shelters including those served by the Betty Chinn Homeless Foundation.
This benefit performance will take place Tuesday, February 14th at 8pm. North Coast Repertory Theater is located at 300 Fifth Street in Eureka. Tickets are available for purchase at www.NCRT.net or by calling 707-442-6278. Special pricing for this event is $15 for adults and $10 for students and seniors.
This is a great opportunity for the whole family to laugh while supporting the development of programming to expose local youth to the arts.
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Support local youth by attending the big finale of their acting camp.
Saturday, August 10 will be the big finale of all the creative work the children have been doing in our first-ever Showdown Theater Camp. The children, from ages 10-15 will be performing the play they’ve worked on since the end of July.
- Location: Northcoast Repertory Theater (300 Fifth Street
- Date: Saturday, August 10, 2019
- Time: 4PM (show is less than one hour)
- Cost: $5 at the door
About the play:
US A Teen History is a walk through American history, from Plymouth Rock to the internet, all told through the eyes of teenagers.
This story theatre-style show is a compilation of scenes, songs, skits and monologues about the great tapestry that is America. And, like American history, it’s funny, tragic, dramatic and strange. It’s an insight into those who never made the pages of the history books, the teens who helped shape a nation.
Did you know that some of the drummer boys in the Revolutionary War were as young as 11? Or that Caroline Pickersgill was only 14 when she sewed more than a million stitches into the flag that inspired “The Star-Spangled Banner”? Or that Sacagawea was 16 with a baby when she helped Lewis and Clark (who somehow remind us of Bill and Ted) map the western territories? Adults made the history books, but plenty of teens helped make history.=
About the Writers and Teachers:
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This update reflects a change in location for the final performance for the children. They will now be performing on the stage at NCRT! It also finalizes the date and time of the final performance.
This is a rare opportunity; taught by professionals in the movie and entertainment industry who are coming to Eureka just to lead this camp.
In this camp, your children will go far beyond learning how to act, write, or present themselves with confidence, but will also gain valuable life skills that apply to all stages of life while learning theater games, acting, singing, movement, and other basic theater stagecraft.
Campers will help to produce a short play that will be performed for family, friends, and community members at the end of the session at the NCRT.
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This is the first year we’ve been able to add live theater at Sequoia Park as one more event for #gopd2017.
Thanks to the Northcoast Repertory Theater, the whole family can enjoy “Love’s Labour Lost – Abridged.” Basically, it’s the short and sweet version of Shakespeare’s classic comedy of love and manners and – even if you’ve never been to see a Shakespearian play – it will be great fun for the entire family.
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