Kristofer Pierson
Office & Technology Manager
Angelina Doyle
Executive Director

The Company:

New Bern Civic Theatre is proud to be an important part of the New Bern Community for over 40 years. Performing hundreds of shows for audiences both young and young at heart, New Bern Civic Theatre has always been about more than just entertainment.


Mission Statement:
To enrich, empower, include, educate, and entertain.




A former Marine, Angelina discovered New Bern Civic Theatre in 2006 performing in Neil Simon’s Rumors.  Exhilarated by the experience, she grasped every chance to learn as much about theatre as she could from set painting to directing and quickly advanced to NBCT Administrative Assistant in 2007.


In 2009, she was promoted to NBCT Executive Director. Under Angelina’s direction, the volunteers have created professional quality productions and an environment that feels like home. Together with the Board of Directors and patrons, the theatre has increased ticket sales by 40%, new lighting and sounds were installed, new balcony seats were added in 2012 and the downstairs seats were replaced in 2014. Bringing Angelina’s vision to NBCT, the mission statement was revamped in 2012 – “To enrich, empower, include, educate, and entertain.”


Kris Pierson has been an NBCT volunteer since working backstage during The King and I in 2005.   Since then, Kris has become a key volunteer in the technical aspects of the Theatre, specializing in lighting design and sound.  His other credits include On Golden Pond, Big River, The Baker’s Wife, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, and, most recently, Murder Me Always.


His knowledge of computers and technology has taken the office to a new level earning him the title of Technical Supervisor.  Currently pursuing a degree in Technical Theatre, Kris Pierson is a dedicated volunteer and an invaluable asset to New Bern Civic Theatre and its patrons. 

Keith Boyd
Theatre Archivist

Keith Boyd is an FHA-certified residential real estate appraiser.  He serves as a board member for NBCT.  He has been a NBCT volunteer for many years in various capacities including actor, director, and videography. His directorial stage credits include "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" (2012) and "Monty Python's Spamalot" (2014).