The past year in Brookings-Harbor theater could probably best be summarized with My Fair Lady Pirates of the Caribbean land on Treasure Island where they meet a group of nuns taking 39 Steps to put on a Las Vegas show, but they ran into a problem when Robin Hood gave away all the tickets.
Perhaps that’s a little far fetched.
But there is no question that between the Chetco Pelican Players and Brookings-Harbor Community Theater, theater is alive and well in Southern Curry County.
GOLD BEACH – The first community Christmas dinner sponsored by the Curry Fair Friends and the Event Center on the Beach is being called a resounding success.
“It was outstanding,” Fair Manager Ron Crook said Tuesday. “There were over 250 people plus our volunteers, closer to 300 people. It was just one fantastic event, unbelievable acceptance and participation.”
He said people came to the dinner at Docia Sweet Hall, served for two hours beginning at 1 p.m. on Christmas, and donated food and money to help with the dinner.