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Bremerton Community Theatre announces 70th season

The 39 Steps,” a farce constructed from the 1935 suspense film of the same name by Alfred Hitchcock, will open the 70th season presented by Brermerton Community Theatre, according to a recent announcement.

The play opens Aug. 31 and runs for four weekends, the first of five mainstage productions at the playhouse on Lebo Boulevard. A highlight should be the spring production of “Urinetown (a Musical)” from April 5 to May 5, and the season concludes with Dale Wasserman’s drama (based on the Ken Kesey novel) “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.”

Other plays in the season lineup are “Postmortem,” by Ken Ludwig (Oct. 26 to Nov. 18) and “Jest a Second” by James Sherman (Feb. 1 to 24).

BCT still has two mainstage productions to go in its 2011-12 season — the musical “Curtains” (April 13 to May 13) and the drama “Rabbit Hole” (June 8 to July 1).

More information on both the current and just-announced seasons are available by calling 360-373-5152, toll-free at 800-863-1706 or online at bremertoncommunitytheatre.org.