About us

The Beach House Theatre Society consists of a group of creative and talented theatre industry members whose productions offer the audience a cultural, artistic experience in the glorious natural setting of Blackie Spit at Crescent Beach, B.C. The purpose of setting the production in the area is to connect the arts with the local community, to inspire artistically minded youth and to expose theatre-goers to the special charm of Crescent Beach. This is an excellent opportunity for the community to host an exciting summer event while boosting its profile as a progressive supporter of the arts.

By bringing together the community, arts and culture, and the natural beauty of Crescent Beach, the Beach House Theatre Society will inspire not only theatre-goers but local youth. The production will involve a wide range of local performing artists, designers, technicians and producers, with a goal of providing learning opportunities for youth to work alongside theatre professionals. The importance of providing arts education to youth is an integral part of the Beach House Theatre Company’s mandate.


Breanne Harmon, Set Designer

Breanne Harmon
Breanne is thrilled to be back in Crescent Beach designing for Beach House Theatre for her fourth season. Breanne is a Vancouver-based designer, stage & production manager. For Beach House Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest, Comedy of Errors, Twelfth Night, Munsch Ado About Nothing, The Three Munschketeers, Munsch Upon a Time. Elsewhere: One Plus One (Pipedream), Edges (two monkeys productions), The Chariot Cities (Chariot Cities Collective) andSeussical (Arts Connection). Currently, Breanne is stage managing Pet the Fish and Falling: A Wake for Chemainus Theatre Festival on Vancouver Island. Thanks to Candace, Rick, Geoff and Sarah! www.breannejacksonart.com Visit Breanne Harmon's website

Geoff McEvoy, Technical Director

Geoff McEvoy
After attending the stagecraft program at Douglas College Geoff McEvoy went on to work in theatre as a technical director. For the past 10 years he has been the Head Rigger at Riggit Services Inc. In 2005 Geoff became one of the first ETCP certified riggers in North America. In his position with Riggit Services he has focused on production rigging design, safety standards and technical consulting. Geoff has had the privilege of working on a wide array of shows from local musical theatre to international sporting events. Geoff spent much of his early career as Assistant Technical Director for Royal City Musical Theatre. In the months prior to the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, BC, he project managed several jobs, including the studio grid installations for the International Broadcast Centre. Geoff was also recently the Production Rigger for UFC 129 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario. Geoff is honored to be back working with Beach House Theatre as the technical director in his favorite place on earth, Crescent Beach.

Sarah Adams, Production Manager

Sarah Adams
Sarah has been working live events for the past 20 years and is thrilled to be returning for a third year with Beach House as the production manager. One of the most enjoyable jobs she has with Beach House is working with the volunteers and mentoring some of the students. Thank you to everyone who helps make Beach House a success. contact sarah@beachhousetheatre.org

Marion Dyck, President

Marion Dyck

Sebastien Galina, Web Developer, Social Media Manager

Sebastien Galina
Djangonaut • Post Production Supervisor • Advertising Copywriter. In a nutshell, I love computers and use them daily for creating works of art; however that doesn't stop me from breaking out the traditional paper and pen for doodling ideas. After studying computing science, networking technology and application level web design, I furthered my education in branding and graphic design. Now I apply all these elements into my job, supervising creative and facilitating others in developing strong visuals to match. Automation is key, and when a Python script can be written, it should. I use Python and the Django Framework when developing web sites and web applications for Boldly Creative Agency, Inc. including all it's web portals and it's official webpage. Visit Sebastien Galina's website

Fran McEvoy, Outgoing President

Fran McEvoy
Graduate of Concordia University, counsellor at Girl’s Counselling Centre, Montreal; Crescent House Observation and Reception Centre, Montreal and Children’s Aid Society, Toronto. For the past 50 years have served on variety of Boards including: Montreal Oral School for the Deaf, Education Chair; President of Business School Wives, Western University; President Junior League of Montreal; Canadian Red Cross Pacific Region Board in variety of positions for 13 years; 15 years with Unicef BC primarily as Volunteer Coordinator of the Small Box (Halloween) Program. Although always a supporter of theatre wherever I lived this was my first opportunity to work with live theatre. It has been an amazing to be part of a Board that brings a variety of knowledge and experience to the table and to work with the talented Production Team, all professionals in their fields, who ensure that each production is a memorable one for the audience.

Margaux Molson, Board Member

Margaux Molson

Drew Ratcliffe, Treasurer

Drew Ratcliffe

Courtney Shields, Director

Courtney Shields
Courtney is ecstatic to be back with Beach House Theatre for another summer of Munsch shenanigans after appearing in last year’s production of Munsch Ado About Nothing! Court- ney is a graduate of the UBC BFA, as well as the Musical Theatre Diploma Program at Capilano University. She has had the great pleasure of performing with several theatre companies in the lower mainland, including: Footlight Theatre, Gateway, RCMT, Neworld Theatre, and TUTS. For the past year, Courtney has also been pursuing her Bachelor’s of Education with the goal of becoming a Secondary Drama Teacher. Thank you for supporting live theatre!

Benjamin T. Stone, Graphic Designer

Benjamin T. Stone
I just take that to mean that I care when something is done well and made to last. Past lives as a theatre actor and later a school teacher have taught me the necessity of storytelling and the skill to guide a crowd on a journey. With a deep sense of nostalgia and a craving for tangible, I approach each task with an incurable personal investment and a workman-like disposition towards getting the job done. Visit Benjamin T. Stone's website

Linda Weston, Costume Designer

Linda Weston
Linda has been involved in costume design for amateur theatre for 13 years. She first became involved in the Earl Marriott Secondary theatre program as a costume volunteer when her children were students there. She has enjoyed creating costumes with Gale Smith, her costume mentor and partner, for the past four Beach House Productions. She would like to thank Rick and Candace for their support and her talented costume team for their dedication.

David Weston, Board Member

David Weston
David has been with Beach House Theatre (BHT) since the beginning, spending three years as House Manager and now starting his first year on the Board of Directors. David is a PhD candidate and instructor at Simon Fraser University, with previous degrees in English and History from SFU and Queen’s University. His expertise is in 17th and 18th century theatre, performance, and dramatic texts. He is an active member of The Institute for Performance Studies, holds a Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada Doctoral Fellowship and has, most recently, done archival research at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts. David is thrilled to work with the Board of Directors, the talented artists, and the volunteers of BHT to bring exciting and incredible theatre to Crescent Beach.

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