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Brush Creek Playhouse looking for volunteers

The Brush Creek Players is an all-volunteer theater group working together to present quality plays to
the greater Silverton, Salem and Mount Angel communities. It is a nonprofit organization that offers a wide variety of productions, including well-known plays, original works, teen/young adult and children/youth shows.

This one room schoolhouse theater has been cared for and loved by many over the years, but these days, it needs some more love and care.

The organization is looking for new volunteer directors, actors, light and sound persons, and help with construction, tickets, promotion and concessions, etc. 

Volunteer directors need to be willing to start with an established play, rather than an original script. BCP will consider original scripts once the director is established with the theater. Brush Creek Players are all volunteer, and new energy and ideas are welcome.

For information as to how you can be a working part of the theater, contact Norman Gouveia at 503-871-6788, or [email protected]m.

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