To our generous sponsors of See How They Run
Beverly's Terrace Plaza Playhouse's Production of
See How They Run
A Play by Philip King
Directed By: Ryan Bruckman
The videotaping or other video or audio recording of this production is strictly prohibited.
See How They Run Is presented through special arrangement with Concord Theatricals.
In loving memory of Blaine and Beverly Olsen
Executive Producer: Jacci Olsen Florence
Producer: Miland Palmer
Director: Ryan Bruckman
Assistant Director: David Hales
Stage Manager: Jenna Francis
Set Construction: Nate Fawcett
Costumer: Stephanie Bruckman
Wigs: Jamila Lowe
Assistant to the Producer: Tara Payne
Technical Directors: Miland Palmer & Mark Ellis
Sound Designer: Emma Palmer & Miland Palmer
Lighting Designer: Mark Ellis
Sound & Light Operators: Nathan Fawcett, Dani Loveland, Emma Palmer
Building/Scene Room Manager: Nathan Fawcett
Box Office: Lisa Stratton, Tara Payne, Linda Palmer, Chad & Tani Lynch, Angie Winter, Brenda Smith, Maddi Barlow
Concessions: Jim Stratton
House Manager: Olyvia Winter
IT Specialists: Chad Lynch, Colton Lynch, Steve Petersen
Marketing/Sponsorship: Brady Stratton
Playbill: Brady Stratton
Playhouse Photographer: Cassie Gallegos
Here it is 2022 and the beginning of our 30th season. It’s almost hard to believe that 30 years ago we were just beginning this journey of bringing community theatre to this area. We opened with A Christmas Carol and it’s been a fun filled extremely full endeavor ever since.
FUN FACT: To date we’ve produced 206 main productions and 49 Children Theatre productions. That’s approximately 4,650 performances and way too many Cast Pictures to line the walls. This season we selected favorite productions from over the past 30 years, starting with the hit ‘Forever Plaid’. Take a look at our season, we’re positive you’ll find a favorite or two you’ll want to be sure and see or better yet – join us for all 7 shows!
ANOTHER FUN FACT: After 30 years of young actors growing up on this stage, there have been many to go on to perform at bigger venues, and other theatres. Some have learned the skills to help them receive college scholarships. It is our privilege to welcome back some of our talented performers that basically grew up on this stage as: directors, set designers/builders, costumers, wig designers, marketing directors, house managers, choreographers as well as actors, etc. etc. etc.
It is our desire to continue what was started in 1992 to bring to this community a place where we can be entertained, share our talents, make lasting life long memories and friends.
Jacci and Kim Florence
First of all, thank you for coming out to support our show and theater. I think a good laugh is something that we all could use right now. I have loved See How They Run since the first time I worked on the show as a makeup designer 18 years ago. Since then, I’ve had opportunities to both perform and direct the show and each time it still makes me laugh. While the story itself is tied to a specific point in time, the humor is timeless. See How They Run takes us to a small vicarage in a little town in England during World War II. Despite the fact that there is a war going on the village is preparing for the harvest festival and potential invasion by communist Russian forces nearby. We throw in a dash of nosy neighbor antics, an escaped prisoner and a room full of men in priest garb and you have all the chaos one could possibly want in 1940’s England. Thank you again and I hope you enjoy the show and get some good laughs along the way.
At a small vicarage in Merton-cum-middlewick, England 1944
Act One: Late afternoon at the vicarge
Act Two-Three: Later that same evening
Amelia Joan Bowles | Lucile Johnson
Jennifer Westfall | Kristina Boler
Ida the Maid
Kellie Chapman | Madison Moretti
Danny Hall | Michael Reis
Bishop of Lax