Telephone reservations with "operators standing by" for our fall musical, You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown will begin on Monday, Serptember 24th from noon to 5 p.m. You may make a reservation online anytime prior to that date by clicking on the "reservations" link. You may also leave a message on the BCT phone line at any time with a reservation, and we will return your call with a confirmation.


The cast for our recent spring musical, SOMETHING'S AFOOT included:

Gabrielle Heiss as Lettie

Jay Goodwin as Flint

Jonathan Montes as Clive

Becky Frederickson as Hope Langdon

Drew Heiss as Dr. Grayburn

Dietrich Heiss as Nigel Rancour

Elizabeth Armstrong as Lady Grace Manley-Prowe

Loren Sass as Colonel Gillweather

Susan Smith as Miss Tweed

Aaron Crary as Geoffrey


Janet Palmer directed the show.

Ben Westphal was the music director.

Tom Young was the stage manager.

Each production comes with its new challenges. This musical was especially demanding in the props and special effects department. One of the custom pieces of furniture which needed to be built was a large round "pouffe." Here, Loren Sass (set designer and actor in the show) and Tom Young (stage manager) test out their finished product.


We are always happy to receive cookie donations for our intermissions.  Contact Pat Hoye at 608-362-6879 if you are willing to bake for us. All donations from the intermission refreshments go toward our scholarship fund. In addition to our Board of Directors, the following volunteer bakers provided cookies for Something's Afoot: Sue Hess, Judy Paddock, Mickey Lampher, Sandra Wittenbrink, Sally Pierick, Josie Peeples, Kathy Vogel, Betty Ainger, RIta Costrini, Judy Wightman, Phyllis Wendorf, Pat Hall, Ave Emroll, Charlotte LeHane, LaVaughn Buehl


BCT has fifteen members on its all-volunteer Board of Directors, each elected to a three-year term at the annual meeting.

President: Pat Hoye 

Vice President: Loren Sass 

Secretary: Doris Tropp

Treasurer: Les Blumreich and Rebecca Wallendal

Board Members:  Elizabeth Armstrong, Donna Balsley, Deb Burns, Mary Easland, Mike Fallon, Dee Fischer, Mary Mowers, Lisa Scholten, Susan Smith, Tom Young


Gift certificates for Beloit Civic Theatre are available, either for season memberships or for a single show. Call our office at (608) 362-1595  or
send an e-mail message to

P.A.P.A.S. (Parent Advocates for the Performing Arts in Our Schools) is beginning a campaign to assist the school district's music department. We are particularly looking for used string instruments, but also will be able to accept band instruments. Because of school budget cuts, every year there are students who are turned away from participation on the orchestra because they cannot afford to rent or buy an instrument. The P.A.P.A.S. Board of Directors is asking the community to consider donating instruments for this purpose. Since P.A.P.A.S. is a 501(c) 3 charitable non-profit corporation, you would receive a letter acknowledging your contribution for tax purposes. If you have questions, or an instrument you are willing to part with, please call Loren Sass, the P.A.P.A.S. treasurer, at 608-365-0235 or email him at

“ Just remember: It’s only Community Theatre until it offends someone...then, it’s ART!”

Beloit Civic Theatre
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