BDACT Annual Meeting
TAKE CENTER STAGE IN 2023
Sunday | February 5 | 11 am
BDACT Fine Arts Center – Encore Hall
11:00 am Social Hour – Cash Bar
12:00 Noon Buffet Style Brunch
1:00 pm Annual Meeting
Purchase tickets by January 30 to reserve your spot at brunch.
Take Center Stage in 2023…begins with brunch!
Reserve your spot now for the BDACT Annual Meeting. Join other patrons and theater enthusiasts with a catered brunch and open bar. Reminisce over our finest moments on stage with a ‘22-in-Review video. Engage with the future of BDACT by hearing our annual report and upcoming budget plans. Be entertained, inspired, and encouraged to support another great year of programming from your local community theater! Space is limited—grab your ticket on Ludus now and mark your calendar for 11:00am, Sunday, February 5, 2023.
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Board of Directors 2023 Nominees
Two vacancies on the Board of Directors for Beaver Dam Area Community Theatre will be filled at the annual membership meeting on Sunday, February 5th. BDACT uses an open nomination and selection process, with the goals of balancing the board of directors with individuals who possess diverse skills and backgrounds both in, and out, of the realm of theatre. For the 2023 vacancies the following two candidates are those the Nominating Committee are presenting. They have accepted their nominations and wish to be considered by the membership. Their bios are below.
Special thanks to the BDACT 2023 Nominating Committee
Jill Kaufmann, Chairperson
Mark LeFeber, Current Board Member
Tina Swain, Community Member
John is in his seventh year teaching choir at Mayville High School where he is also the director of competitive show choir: the Cardinal Singers, pop a cappella group: Incognito, and the musicals. He is a graduate of Mayville High School and holds a degree in Musical Theatre from Viterbo University. He will be co-choreographing his third BDACT musical this summer and has performed on the BDACT stage a handful of times from The Sound of Music in 2001 to Welcome Home in 2021. Being someone who grew up in the area and returned after spending many years performing in repertory theaters, John was grateful to be part of the summer shows with BDACT. With a unique backstory and rich experiences directing and teaching, John is interested in bringing new faces, perspectives, and talent to this area.
Rick was introduced to the BDACT in 1997 with the original Musical – Any Color You Like So Long as it’s Black. Annette Kamps was the playwright and that experience got him hooked on BDACT and the community. He has been an actor in many plays and musicals as well as director, stage manager, producer and writer. He loves the opportunities BDACT gives to our community and all who enter these doors. Rick wishes to help BDACT remain a strong participant in the community by being as active as possible in any way that gives back to the community