Tickets on sale & cast announced for “She Kills Monsters”

Brazosport Center Stages and Brazosport College Theatre Department are co-producing the upcoming She Kills Monsters, slated for November 4-6 & 11-13 in The Center’s Freeport LNG Theater.
Tickets are $22 for adults and $16 for students. Brazosport College students & staff receive FREE admission.
Viewer discretion is advised: This show is intended for mature audiences and may not be appropriate for children under 13. It contains adult situations, cartoon violence, bigoted language, brief depictions of drug use and swear words. The show also features strobe lighting effects, sudden loud noises and the use of theatrical fog.


Director Michael McIntosh and producer Craig Fritz held auditions last week and have settled on their cast:
Agnes – Delilah Garza
Tilly – Natali Parrish
Chuck – Aaron Rouse
Miles – Nathanael White
Orcus – Noah Tovar
Kaliope – Rachel White
Lillith – Cole Hillier
Vera/Evil Gabbi – Damen Wyman
Farrah/Evil Tina – Christian Mayo
Steve – Aiden Guillen
Narrator – Gale VanCott
Monsters – Bradley Berndt, Shelby Vorhees, Thomas Taylor & Cheyenne Wheeler


ABOUT THE SHOW: After the death of her teenage sister Tilly, Agnes discovers her sister’s unplayed “Dungeon and Dragons” campaign. She enters the imaginary world she used to mock and never knew existed during her younger sister’s life. An action packed adventure filled with homicidal fairies, nasty ogres, and ’90’s pop culture sure to offer a heart pounding homage to the geek and warrior within us all.

Tickets for “Tuck Everlasting” On Sale Now!

Brazosport Center Stages’ production of “Tuck Everlasting: The Musical” opens three weeks from today on Friday, December 3! Tickets are on sale now for all six scheduled performances, December 3-5 and 10-12. Friday and Saturday shows are at 7:30 PM and Sunday matinees begin at 2:30 PM.

The musical is based on the classic novel Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt that poses some serious questions…

What if you could live forever? Is eternal life a blessing or a curse?

These are the questions young Winnie Foster must answer when she discovers a spring on her family’s property with waters that grant immortality. Members of the Tuck family, having drunk from the spring, tell Winnie of their experiences watching life go by and never growing older.

Winnie must decide whether or not to keep the Tucks’ secret…and whether or not to join them on their never-ending journey.

The musical is being directed by Mason Rod and Craig Fritz. The cast includes:

Winnie Foster – Madison Kucera
Angus Tuck – George Adam
Mae Tuck – Brittany Flurry
Miles Tuck – Jackson Kimbrough
Jesse Tuck – Bobby Ramirez
The Man in the Yellow Suit – David Brandt
Constable Joe – Brandon Luce
Hugo – Daniel Zamora
Betsy Foster – Mary Munson
Nana Foster – Lowrie Smith

Ensemble: Johanna Geisler, Melody Torres, Laura Baugh, Madison Unger, Jacob Lamar, Godfrey Moreno, Connor Monical, Philip Tyler, Irenna Garapetian, Sam Blackmar, Ann Peterson, Paul Geisler, Marin Bowling, Kara Alvarado, Molly Paladino, Audrey James, Juanita Kucera

The Facts features Brazosport Center Stages’ production of “On Golden Pond”

As Brazosport Center Stages prepares to kick off the 2021-2022 season with “On Golden Pond” tonight, The Facts featured the production in today’s edition with “On Golden Pond” shares a story of life, change and family.”

The article includes a synopsis of the play, as well as interviews with the director, Craig Fritz, and actors Becky Gore-LaRoche and Michael McIntosh.

Read the article and see photos in The Facts online.

(Story by Corinna Richardson and photos by Jenna Kieser.)

Cast selected for Brazosport Center Stages’ “On Golden Pond”

Brazosport Center Stages is excited to announce the casting selection for the first show of the 2021-2022 season, On Golden Pond, by Ernest Thompson.

*Norman Thayer, Jr. – Dennis Ulrich

*Ethel Thayer – Becky Gore-LaRoche

*Charlie Martin – Bobby Britton, Jr.

*Chelsea Thayer Wayne – Carrie Baker

*Billy Ray – Aiden Guillen

*Bill Ray – Michael McIntosh

Special note from Director Craig Fritz: “I’d like to extend my sincerest appreciation to all of you for auditioning for our next production at Brazosport Center Stages! As the director of a show, it is truly a wonderful feeling to have the turnout we did for the most current auditions, but as a long-time member and supporter of this great organization, it is an even greater feeling to witness firsthand the interest and support from so many in our community. Casting a show is never an easy task; it is quite challenging and daunting, in fact! It is the first step, however, any director must take and I personally thank you for making it the challenge that it was!”

Don’t miss “On Golden Pond,” which runs September 3-5 and 10-12 in the Freeport LNG Theater at The Center.

MLKCC Awards Sponsorship to Center Stages for “Having Our Say”

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Committee presented Brazosport Center Stages a sponsorship award to support the upcoming production of Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters’ First 100 Years on Saturday, May 1. Leadership, cast and crew gathered at The Center’s Freeport LNG Theater, where MLKCC president Dorothy Thomas presented Center executive director Wes Copeland and BCS president Craig Fritz with the award.

Thomas said MLKCC seeks to collaborate with organizations promoting inclusion and diversity in cultural community interests, and the sponsorship aligned perfectly with their goals.

“Having Our Say is a production that provides diversity in the performing arts,” she said.  “Diversity is so fundamental, and it helps create new audiences and funding sources. When this partnership was presented to MLKCC, we were excited about the opportunity to sponsor an African American production.  We hope this event will lead to a greater interest in not only African-American performers, but also the need for more diverse productions in our community.”

Adapted by Emily Mann from the book by Sarah L. Delany and A. Elizabeth Delany with Amy Hill Hearth, Having Our Say celebrates the lives of Dr. A. Elizabeth “Bessie” Delany and Ms. Sarah L. “Sadie” Delany, two civil rights pioneers who overcame the challenges of the Jim Crow era of U.S. history to become respected community and business leaders. The sisters captured the public’s attention and admiration for both their personal achievements and honest portrayal of their experiences as African American women in 20th century America.

Copeland said The Center strives to provide opportunities for both education and artistic expression for all members of our community.

“We are grateful to MLKCC for helping Center Stages bring the stories of these remarkable women to life,” he said. “We are committed to making The Center a beacon for inclusion, dialogue and representation. Our goal is to tell the stories that matter. We value our community’s stories, and we want our stage to be a platform where everybody sees themselves.”

Having Our Say runs May 14-16 and 21-23, with Friday and Saturday performances at 7:30 PM and Sunday shows at 2:30 PM. The play has been double cast with actors Lois Davis and Sharon J. Barnes starring in the May 15, 16, and 21 productions. Tonita L. Addison and Kendra Edwards Waters will take on the roles May 14, 22 and 23. Tickets are available online at and during Center business hours (M-F, 9AM-5PM) at the Box Office or by phone at 979-265-7661.