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Beaver Creek Children’s Theatre Company wraps up 22 years of summer shows

Daily Staff Report
Vail CO, Colorado
HL BC theater KA 08-27-08
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BEAVER CREEK, Colorado – Beaver Creek Children’s Theatre is wrapping up their free Children’s Theatre performances in the Plaza at Beaver Creek. The last day of the 2008 season is Friday.

Beaver Creek Children’s Theatre Company performances are bright and lively, and bring the families who attend into the actor’s fun and imaginative world. Families enjoy a smorgasbord of theatrical delights, including the animation of children’s poetry, fairy tales and far-out folktales from around the world. Stories include tales of dogs that think they’re human, insecure super heroes, crazy young inventors, bubbles that want to take over the world, The Green Hobgoblin and “The Amazing Adventures of the Robin Hood”. All the stories are brought to life in a fast moving, high energy and engaging way.



For 22 years Brian Hall, head funnyman and creative director for Beaver Creek Children’s Theatre, has been creating entertainment and fun programs to entertain the children and families who visit here. The actors who are chosen to become part of his children’s theatre company share his love of entertaining the children. They delight in performing in front of the families who return year after year, giving Hall and his actors a chance to watch the kids grow up. A very special bond is formed between these families who come as an audience and leave as friends.



“Our performances are very special times when parents and children get to spend some un-hurried time together. They get a chance to laugh together, learn a little more about each other and create some special memories they’ll remember for years to come,” Hall said. “I love to create opportunities where these special times between parents and their children can happen. It’s so fun to watch as parents and their kids play and laugh together.”


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