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Beach Vickers
Beach vickers as "Donner" in "The Eight: The Reindeer Monologues."

As "Donner" in "The Eight: Reindeer Monologues."

Beach Vickers’ acting career has been nothing if not varied. Since studying with the colorful Lee Kahn at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia – and after working overseas as a Peace Corps teacher in Afghanistan and South Korea – Beach has:

  • Formed his own part-time classical company, The Shakespeare Studio, touring as actor and director to West Virginia theaters, schools and parks:
  • Appeared as Billis opposite former Miss America Susan Powell as Nellie in “South Pacific” for the Gold Coast (FL) Symphony;
  • Filled in as Don Knott’s replacement in a well-reviewed comic speaking role featured in the West Virginia Symphony’s Die Fledermaus;
  • And received an Honorable Mention as the Best Actor in a Musical in Greater Los Angeles by the publication Backstage West’s Garland Awards nomination committee for his reinterpretation of the Emcee as an older character in Cabaret.
Beach Vickers as "Jack Worthington" in "Porcelain."

As "Dr. Jack Worthington" in "Porcelain."

Beach’s varied professional stage roles have taken him from South Florida (Duane Wilson in Harvey; Daddy Warbucks in Annie) to Upstate New York (Cap’n Andy in Showboat) and from Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee (Rev. McCormick in Tom Zeigler and Jack Herrick’s premiere Glory Bound; Herbie in Gypsy; Brassett in Charley’s Aunt) to Texas and California (Jesse Dunlap in the Alley Theater’s Inherit the Wind; Donner in The Eight: Reindeer Monologs).

Some of his favorite – and perhaps signature — roles include:

  • Comedy: The dual roles of Chandebise/Poche in A Flea in Her Ear
  • Drama: Booley Worthan in Driving Miss Daisy
  • Musical: Mayor Shinn in The Music Man
  • Shakespeare: Lord Montague in two productions of Romeo and Juliet and Launce in Two Gentleman of Verona
Beach Vickers as "Booley" in "Driving Miss Daisy." Dutch Apple Dinner Theater, Lancaster, PA

As "Booley" in "Driving Miss Daisy."

One of his most recent and proudest honors was received as part of a small ensemble production of L.A. playwright Chay Yew’s challenging dramatic play on sex, love, murder, the media, and homophobia, titled Porcelain, which was named by GLAAD as one of the most outstanding theater productions of the year in Los Angeles.

Equally adept playing farce or dark drama, Shakespeare or children’s theater, opera (at least the speaking parts) or a song-and-dance man in a musical, Beach – currently working in L.A. but always ready to travel, too — continues to stretch his creative vision in performances to entertain and challenge audiences nationwide.