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Musical Theater

Scrooge in Rouge

November 29 – December 14, 2019
Triangle Productions!

All Things Performing Arts:
What the Dickens…?!

"Noelle is a marvel as a musician... (also a very accomplished performer herself!)"


July 18 – August 18, 2019
Lakewood Theatre Company

‘Matilda’ gets an ‘A’ for being delightfully deranged

"A much better version [than the national tour]!"

Singin' in the Rain

April 26 – June 9, 2019
Lakewood Theatre Company

Westside Theatre Reviews:
Singin’ in the Rain Takes Lake Oswego by Storm

"Another show highlight comes from Musical Director Beth Noelle and her tiny orchestra, who do full justice to the show’s 20+ songs."

Recipient: 2019 O.T.A.S. (Oregon Theatrical Awards Society) Award – Best Musical Director


September 8 – October 30, 2017
Lakewood Theatre Company

All Things Performing Arts:
All the World's a Stage...

"Daum (Director) and Noelle (Music Director), both seasoned pros, have produced a show that is thought-provoking, scary and professional in scope."

From the Audience:

"[We] were absolutely blown away by the whole production [and the music was] off the charts fantastic!"

The Addams Family

September 30 – October 15, 2016
Beaverton Civic Theatre

Westside Theatre Reviews:
An Early Halloween Treat

"Beth Noelle could not have been better as [Gomez Addams'] steely, dominant helpmate Morticia. Her duets with [him] are magic, and she somehow manages to turn her eyes into black marbles of pure fury when she’s angry."

All Things Performing Arts:
A "Grave" Family

"Noelle, as [Gomez Addams'] wife, is equally as good, having the right look/allure for the role, as well as the voice and acting chops to match. (She is also a fine musician/music director from a past production I saw elsewhere)."

—Dennis Sparks


July 8 – August 14, 2016
Lakewood Theatre Company

All Things Performing Arts:
Thanks for the Memories

"I was blown away by [Musical Director Beth] Noelle and her musicians, and especially her on piano. It is a difficult score but they managed to connect with the performers (and audience) without drowning them out. And Noelle was a powerhouse on piano as she burned up the stage on the finales."

—Dennis Sparks

Songs for a New World

May 2–16, 2015
Beaverton Civic Theatre

From Westside Theatre Reviews:

"Beth Noelle’s success at integrating vocals with instrumentation are immediately evident – the harmonies are tight and beautifully balanced with the musicians... [Noelle’s] intensity on the keyboard often rivals the intensity of the vocalists. She goes well beyond mere accompaniment, and her physicality reflects and enhances the spirit of each number."

Into the Woods

October 3–18, 2014
Beaverton Civic Theatre

Westside Theatre Reviews:
BCT Knocks 'Into the Woods' Out of the Park

"Into the Woods is not only the best musical BCT has ever done, it is the best community theater musical we have seen in 41 years of theater-going."

Oregon ArtsWatch:
Seeing the forest AND the trees

"[The Witch is] deliciously portrayed by an acerbic Beth Noelle."

The Oregonian:
Beaverton Civic Theatre's "Into the Woods" grants wish for mother-daughter acting duo

"For Beth Noelle and her daughter Olivia Noelle, landing their parts in the Beaverton Civic Theatre production of 'Into the Woods' seemed an act of fate eight years in the making."

The Portland Tribune:
Getting deep 'Into the Woods': Director, performer excited to bring Sondheim's fairy-tale musical to Beaverton stage

"[Beth Noelle is] a phenomenal singer, pianist and actress [who] has a true connection to the role of The Witch."

Downtown Beaverton cover story:
Woman of the Woods: Beth Noelle invests "Into the Woods" production with heart, soul and truth (2MB PDF)

Printable (17MB PDF)

"[The Witch is] the truth teller who holds people accountable. She can be scary ... and I'm not afraid of portraying that."

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

July 20 – August 5, 2012
Beaverton Civic Theatre

Westside Theatre Reviews:
You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

"Beth Noelle ('Lucy') while hopelessly enamored of Schroeder, never loses sight of her primary obsession with herself. She IS the queen, and never allows the audience to forget it."