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North Bend Oregon Entertainment

Dolphin Players
PO Box 222, North Bend OR 97459, phone: (541)267-1967

Little Theatre On The Bay
2100 Sherman Ave, PO Box 404, North Bend, OR 97459-3309, phone: (541) 756-4336
The new Liberty Theater opened Easter Sunday April 20, 1924 , with Rex Stratton's 2:00 p.m. organ concert. The world premier showing of "The Fighting Coward," starring Noah Berry and Mary Astor, was the first film shown. Also shown was a Hal Roach short, "Big Business," featuring the Rascals. Opening admission prices were children, 25 cents, adults, 50 cents and loges, 75 cents.

Waterfront Players Repertory Company: WPRC
2159 Meade Avenue, North Bend, OR 97459, phone: (541) 756-2900 or (541)267-0938
WPRC has created a seventy-seat three-quarter-round theater space in a donated retail space in Pony Village Mall in North Bend, Oregon, with space-appropriate state-of-the-art sound and lighting. WPRC presents three fully developed productions per year, in addition to teaching Theater Boot Camp, advanced acting, Director's Boot Camp, and technical lighting and sound classes. We also offer theater-related workshops throughout the year, such as mask-making, theatrical make-up, speaking Shakespeare, mime, etc.

 

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