Bellingham Theatre Guild

Bellingham Theatre Guild
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1600 H St
Bellingham, WA 98225
(360) 733-1811

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Our amazing volunteer crew spent the day tearing down and rebuilding our stockpile of flats. Photo Credits: Robert Muzzy

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Start your holidays with community theatre! The Christmas Schooner opens this Friday and runs through December 10th.
Take a ride on The Christmas Schooner! Everyone will enjoy this heart-warming story of the first Christmas tree ship and the family who risked their lives to fill Chicago with the Christmas spirit. This critically acclaimed musical features a powerfully moving story and an exquisite score of both original music and traditional holiday favorites. Wonderful holiday musical for the whole family. Some light adult language. Book by John Reeger Music & Lyrics by Julie Shannon Directed by Earl Reid Presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.

Meet the cast and crew of "The Christmas Schooner" David Sung How long have you been involved in theatre? I have done a couple of small skits during my high school years at my church at the time. Other than that, this is my first production ever! What is your dream role? Movie: William Wallace (Braveheart) or Maximus (Gladiator) Theatre: Simba (The Lion King) What made you want to get involved in theater? I was initially on track to become a nurse until I realized it was not for me. After some introspective time to process my life, who I was, and what made me happy, I remembered how thrilling and satisfying it felt to be a part of my church’s mini-plays/skits; to act on stage and tell a story in front of an audience. I also remembered how regretful I was of not taking part of my high school’s theatre program; they had an absolutely amazing performance of "Grease." What made you want to work on this show? I absolutely love Christmas and it was a production that was open to all skill/experience levels. What do you hope audiences come away with after seeing this show? Giving your all for a cause you believe in, being willing to die for it – is how we were made to live. What kind of training have you had? None whatsoever! What’s going to surprise people about this show? That we’ve never had a rehearsal with the full cast until the week before opening night. Who has the best costume? All of the women- their costumes make them look stunning and incredibly time-appropriate at the same time. What do you hate about this character? He is quick to value his own comfort more than the pain/need of somebody else. He is also often pessimistic; it is easy for him to see the obstacles rather than the opportunities. What do you love about this character? He is compassionate. And does have selfless-ness in him. If you could play any other character in this show, who would it be? Peter. I admire his kind, compassionate, self-less, caring personality. He is exactly the kind of person I hope to be. "The Christmas Schooner" opens November 24th and runs through December 10th.

Meet the cast and crew of "The Christmas Schooner" Deborah Manley How long have you been involved in theatre? More than 60 years What is a favorite role that you've played? Rosie in "Bye Bye Birdie" What is your dream role? Mama Rose in "Gypsy" What is the most memorable thing that has happened to you on stage? Getting knocked off the stage head first into the orchestra pit….by a horse. Who has inspired you? Lena Horne, Bette Midler What is the best lesson you've learned through theatre? The way that diverse people can come together and make a family What made you want to work on this show? I love the story. It’s a beautiful story presented in a meaningful way... And—the music is stunning. What do you hope audiences come away with after seeing this show? A renewal of hope even in difficult times. Value of your neighbor, no matter how different his traditions. What is your dream show to direct? ”Finian’s Rainbow.” There is a huge misconception about that show. Not only is it NOT racist, it’s whole thrust is showing the stupidity of racism, and just how invalid racism is. What sort of person is going to love this show? I think everyone—it’s a sweet, caring story. What do you want to be when you grow up? I’LL LET YOU KNOW WHEN I GET THERE….. If someone was going to make your life into a movie, who would play you? Helen Mirren When did you first start performing? I was 3. What do you do besides theater? I still dance—and I work for UnityCare NW during the day. When you have a five-minute break during rehearsal, what do you spend that time doing? Usually looking at the music. If you had a magic wand, what show would you do next? Gypsy. Mama Rose. What’s the last thing you do before you step out on stage / the curtain goes up? Take a deep breath and smile. What has been the best part of the rehearsal process so far? Hearing the harmonies in this incredibly complex music develop. Have you had an encounter with the BTG ghost? Yes…although not since the remodel! "The Christmas Schooner" opens November 24th and runs through December 10th.

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**David Sedaris’ “The Santaland Diaries” kicks off Bellingham Theatre Guild’s new reading series Dec 2, at 2pm.** **LEND US YOUR EARS presents the popular stage version in a single Pay-What-You-Will performance at the Bellingham Theatre Guild.** 11/6/2017 Bellingham WA - LEND US YOUR EARS, the new reading series at the Bellingham Theatre Guild, kicks off with The Santaland Diaries by popular humorist David Sedaris on December 2nd at 2pm. The Pay-What-You-Will performance features local actor and film-maker Eliott Glasser performing Sedaris’ hilarious and cynical journey as an adult elf at Macy’s during the height of the busiest holiday shopping season of the year. One of the most produced plays in the United States this century, Sedaris’ essay (adapted for the stage by Joe Mantello) makes its Bellingham debut in a staged reading directed by Sean Walbeck. The Santaland Diairies contains adult language and situations and is not suitable for children or adult audience members who still believe in Santa. LEND US YOUR EARS (with the mission: Good Plays Read Well) produces matinee readings with local actors in front of the curtains, with general admission seating and the audience choosing what it wants to pay. No reservations necessary and any questions can be directed to Bellingham Theatre Guild Vice President of Production Sean Walbeck (, 360-647-9242). The Santaland Diaries by David Sedaris, adapted for the stage by Joe Mantello, is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York. The Bellingham Theatre Guild is a volunteer theater that has been serving the Whatcom County community since 1927. More information about BTG can be found at
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