CRESCENT CITY — When folks enter Crescent Elk Auditorium next week, they’ll be transported to a palm tree-dotted paradise. But bringing the tropics to Crescent City took Lighthouse Repertory Theatre’s set designers, painters, actors and musicians countless hours of hard work.
Rehearsals for LRT’s production of “South Pacific” started Jan. 5 and have been held four nights a week since. Set designers have spent Saturdays recreating Bali Ha’i, Emile de Becque’s plantation and the naval hospital.
Brookings residents and visitors gather for a group photo in front of the century-old Central Building, one of the community’s original structures.
About 100 citizens joined Cynthia Brookings Bachman and her family this weekend to celebrate the Central Building her great-great-grandfather built that served as the foundation for the formation of the city of Brookings 100 years ago.
Kimberly Medina receives her award certificate from Gordon Clay.
The Azalea princesses recently completed their Toastmasters’ Speechcraft workshop during a graduation ceremony at the Chetco Community Public Lbirary. Certificates were presented by Toastmasters member Gordon Clay. The event was followed with refreshments provided by the Curry Coastal Pilot.
Baby Bear (Leif McKay), left, attempts to teach the Three Little Pigs — Sooey (Caleb McKay), Pigtail (Taylor Trent) and (Hooey) Dylan Speir how to yodel, but all they can do is snort.
It’s time for folks to get their boots and cowboy hats on, get a partner and giddyap on over to our rodeo ranch because Brookings Harbor Community Theater presents the youth production of “The Three Little Pigs Out West.”
This show, which opens Thursday, March 5, is filled with knee slappin’, toe tappin’ songs and energetic characters, according do Director Charis Abblitt.