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Don't let this small theatre fool you. The performers are extremely talented and will satisfy your theatrical craving without traveling to New York.
I took my granddaughter to see the Little Mermaid. I was just as enthralled as they were. Their voices were amazing and...More
Visited to see performance of BW theatre majors in Bring It On. The theatre is laid out very nicely and they do a great job of providing entertaining, educational materials throughout the venue, on-the-wall displays, etc.. The theatre is compact (probably 400 seats), with every...More
This theatre is great to see live shows closeup. The theatre is small and offers great viewing from all locations. The center offers a number of other events and classes within the arts spectrum. There is also an art gallery. Good venue for plays. free...More
We were here Fri July 8, 2016 on Opening Night of "Billy Elliot the Musical" at the Beck Center for the Arts. Inside the lobby is a small Art Gallery and Boutique. Inside the lobby is a small Bar with limited alcohol, wine, beer and...More
Saw "Billy Elliot" on our first visit to the Beck Center. Nice-sized theatre, though it could have been a bit cooler. Attractive venue with interesting art on display throughout the lobby. I've seen the play in Cleveland and the London version on DVD, so the...More
I recently made reservations to attend a play at the Beck, and had a terrible time with the website, so I called their customer service number. Boy am I happy I did! Turns out I had a big enough group to qualify for a special...More
The Beck Center can be traced back to 1931 where actors rehearsed in a local homes living room and they performed where ever they could like schools and churches. 1933 they leased a building and the rest is history, well actually there is much more...More