Brush Creek's annual melodrama, "Little Nell," written by John Nash and directed by Norman Gouveia. This is one of our favorite melodramas, but it has been quite a while since we last performed it. We are happy to have Nell and her family "grace" our stage again.
All the beloved characters are present - the large awkward, wig-wearing heroine, Little Nell; the slinky mustachioed villain, Carlton Bainbridge; and the affable, lovable, but-oh-so-slow hero, Hector Skyscraper. Revolving around the classic plot of "Marry-me-or-I'll-foreclose," you'll want to cry with the heroine, hiss the villain and applaud the hero! All in great fun!
The production opens on May 10 for a three-weekend run ending May 26. Performances are at 7 pm on Fridays and Saturdays, with 2 pm matinees on all 3 Sundays. You can purchase your reserved-seat tickets at either of our two ticket-selling partners, Books N Time on downtown Silverton's Water Street or Runaway Art and Craft Studio on downtown Salem's NE Commercial. You also can purchase tickets at the door beginning 30 minutes before each performance. For group sales or questions call Michael Wood at (503)508-3682.