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TCT's 'The Foreigner' brings thoughtful laughs to BeeKay

To begin, for the sake of full transparency, I confess I am the proud director of this TCT production. Citizens of Tehachapi (and surrounding areas)! Listen up! There's a super fun comedy coming your...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    June 8, 2019

A new look

While the City of Tehachapi was watching the country attempting to pull itself from the Great Depression, which had begun with the 1930s, there was a new look appearing in the downtown section. Green...

 

Faces behind the BeeKay mural

Ever wonder if the faces on area murals are actually those of real Tehachapi residents? This week I divert from my normal column, taken from my mother Marion Deaver's files, to highlight one of those...

 

Young actors bring big personalities, ambition to the BeeKay stage

I love writing columns that showcase people within the community that give back in some way. It could be an artist who makes sentimental pieces for their clients, a volunteer who devotes love to the...

 

An afternoon of Kawaiisu storytelling, May 19

Don't miss this rare opportunity to hear Luther Girado and his sister Lucille Girado Hicks, the last fluent-speaking Kawaiisu Indians, tell stories and engage in discussion in Nuwä, the language of...

 

Audition notice for 'Little Women'

Tehachapi Community Theatre will present an adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s famous novel, “Little Women” in September. Director Monica Nadon is seeking men and women ranging in age from 13 – 70 years old to fill the following roles of this...

 

TPOPS opens concert season, April 28

Spring will be “TPopping” Sunday, April 28, when The Tehachapi Pops Orchestra opens its 12th season with a concert in Grace Fellowship Church. TPOPS is comprised of musicians of all ages from...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    April 13, 2019

Forever Joan

Way back in 2011, the latest news was the BeeKay Theatre mural taking place in the form of a line of Tehachapi citizens, in an earlier day, waiting to buy a ticket to the show. In the 1930s and '40s...

 

Dave Stamey rides back into town March 30

Cowboy entertainer Dave Stamey has made several trips to Tehachapi. He played to a sold-out crowd in Fiddlers Crossing in 2013 and The Beekay Theatre in 2015 and 2017. With ticket sales again brisk...

 
 By Pat Gracey    Community    March 2, 2019

Beth and Tony Anthony

Sometimes when writing about people I find myself including little vignettes from their past; interesting little pieces that give a glimpse into a person's life as they lived it. Beth and Tony...

 

A night at the theater with ... Dr. Frankenstein

Calling all angry mobs, "Young Frankenstein," presented by Tehachapi Apple Festival, will begin showing on Feb. 22. An entertaining ensemble of actors will perform the Broadway version of Mel Brook's...

 

Sally Lange Errecart – Born here, raised here, still here

I used to see Sally Lange in her father's shop on Green Street. It was called Lange's Radio and Electric where he stocked electrical supplies and sold and repaired televisions, stoves and refrigerator...

 

Tehachapi Museum featuring the Tehachapi Community Theater

Join us on March 1 from 5 to 8 p.m. for First Friday at the Tehachapi Museum. A new exhibit opening in March highlights the 50th Anniversary of the Tehachapi Community Theater. Programs, posters and...

 

It's pronounced 'Fronkensteen'...

... and Tehachapi Community Theatre actors are going to make sure you leave the BeeKay knowing the right pronunciation. Tehachapi Apple Festival presents a Tehachapi Community Theatre production of...

 

TCT goes high tech with Sherlock

When your family attends the holiday production of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol at the beautiful BeeKay Theatre, be ready for an awe-inspiring visual feast! In addition to the...

 

How well do you know the Tehachapi theater scene?

Did you know, the original BeeKay marquee was the first neon sign in Tehachapi when the theater opened in 1936? The City of Tehachapi had an exact (although more proportional) reproduction made for th...

 

TCT goes high tech with Sherlock

When your family attends the holiday production of Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Christmas Carol at the beautiful BeeKay Theatre, be ready for an awe-inspiring visual feast! In addition to the...

 

Winterdance returns to the BeeKay Theatre Dec. 23

"Winterdance," a Celtic Christmas celebration, will return to Tehachapi for two performances in the BeeKay Theatre on Sunday, Dec.+ 23. The concert, put on by Fiddlers Crossing, has been a sell-out...

 

A family affair

A group on the BeeKay Theatre mural shows us three generations looking quite happy as they stand in line waiting to see the movie. The painting portrays Lena Hayes and her two daughters, Sody and GayL...

 

Announcing TCT's Playwrights' Festival winners

In September, Tehachapi Community Theatre (TCT) held its popular 10-minute Playwrights' Festival at the beautiful BeeKay Theatre. Playwrights from Kern County, Los Angeles County and the Alliance of...

 

In city, 7 district-based candidates, 2 at-large

Who will sit on the City Council after Nov. 6? Malibu attorney Kevin Shenkman accomplished what he set out to do when he sent a letter to the Tehachapi City Council demanding that it slice up the city...

 

The story of Mildred and Bud Cummings

Standing fourth in line in the BeeKay Theatre Mural one will see two more "old timers," Mildred and Bud Cummings. It would take volumes to include the history of the Cummings family, but I will...

 

BooKay rises again, Oct. 20

Hold on to your broomsticks, it's almost Halloween! To celebrate, the BeeKay Theatre will again be transformed into the BooKay! On Saturday, Oct. 20, the Tehachapi Pops Orchestra (TPOPS) will offer...

 

James Lee Stanley returns to The BeeKay Theatre, Oct. 27

"It is simple, really. With James Lee you get great songs, great guitar playing, great voice and a gifted comedian as well. You are in for a very entertaining evening." – Village Voice Fiddlers...

 

A wartime love story

Continuing a look at the BeeKay Theatre Mural, we skip down several folk to a U.S. Marine and his pretty, young date waiting in line to see a movie. The time frame being early 1944. World War II chang...

 

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