Andy Halliday, Jr.
Don Toal, Jr.
In March 2014 the Brigantine Cultural Arts Commission called for volunteers to assist in bringing live theatre to the Brigantine Community. Their production of Night Watch at the Community Education and Recreation Center that summer was a huge success. Subsequently, a dedicated group of the Night Watch cast and crew asked permission to continue the Cultural Arts' efforts as a separate entity. With the blessings of Mary DeMarco and Joanne Price of the BCAC, a new board was formed, and Brigantine Lighthouse Players was born.
Since then we have established ourselves as a 501(c)3 organization. We also relocated, thanks to John Scotland and the members of the Community Presbyterian Church, to the church's fellowship hall where we continue to perform.