Clear Creek Community Theatre sings a hearty “Be Our Guest” as we invite audiences to the opening of the blockbuster Disney® musical “Beauty and the Beast” on May 18, 2018. The show will run May 18 through June 3 and will include an additional two Saturday matinees on May 26th and June 2nd at 2:30 with special sing-a-long performances.
Based on the Academy-Award winning animated feature, this “tale as old as time” brings to life the enchanted story of Belle and her prince trapped under a spell that has turned him into a beast. One of Broadway’s modern classics, “Beauty and the Beast” promises to wow local audiences of all ages.
Director Chelsea LeBlanc admits, “I’ve wanted to bring this show to our stage for the longest time. It just reminds me of my childhood, and you can’t help but love it.” The part of Belle will be played by local actress Krista Dupree, who was chosen for the role by audience popular vote during a special audition process earlier this season.
Tickets are available online or you can make reservations by calling the box office at (281) 335-5228. Performances are Friday and Saturday nights at 8pm and Sundays at 2:30pm. Saturday sing-a-long matinees also start at 2:30pm. Special group rates are available for parties of ten or more.
2017/2018 Season Passes and Memberships for our 53rd regular season are now on sale. You may buy them online or call the box office at 281-335-5228 to make check or cash purchase at the theatre. Click here to see the whole season.
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