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Upcoming ShowsJun20Thu20191:30 pm BAT Script Club – June @ Merrill Gardens - BurienBAT Script Club – June @ Merrill Gardens - BurienJun 20 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pmAt the June meeting of the BAT Script Club, the Club will be discussing American Son by Christopher Demos-Brown. Dramatically, American Son is strong in its depiction of parental angst, especially the all-consuming fear that comes with being mother to … Continue reading →Jun21Fri20198:00 pm Falling Awake with Umo @ Burien Actors TheatreFalling Awake with Umo @ Burien Actors TheatreJun 21 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pmJun22Sat20198:00 pm Falling Awake with Umo @ Burien Actors TheatreFalling Awake with Umo @ Burien Actors TheatreJun 22 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pmJun23Sun20192:00 pm Falling Awake with Umo @ Burien Actors TheatreFalling Awake with Umo @ Burien Actors TheatreJun 23 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
- BAT meets the Burien Arts Commission May 22, 2019
- BAT scholarship – deadline June 15, 2019 May 14, 2019
- BAT Scholarship – 1 of 3 May 3, 2019
- Audition – Importance of Being Earnest – Summer 2019 April 22, 2019
- BAT Playwrights Festival – Press Release April 17, 2019
Monthly Archives: April 2011
This Sunday, May 1, after the last performance of “Unfound Fossils” BLT must strike the set and return all we can to storage. BLT will have a big truck, but we need lost of help. Anyone willing to help out … Continue reading
Remember the first place winners of the Bill and Peggy Hunt Playwrights festival at BLT open later today FRIDAY! http://burienlittletheatre.org/ There will be an opening night party after the shows (they run long so plan for a late night). If … Continue reading
Hello everyone: We’re checking to see if any of you have the following items, which would be used as props or furniture for show in the last 2 weeks of the Playwrights Festival: 1960s-era (or looks sort of like it) … Continue reading
BLT has received a number of grants from 4Culture. They are an organization worth fighting for. Check out this article from the Weekly: http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/the-sound-of-indifference/Content?oid=7650559 Eric
BLT is now a free wifi hot spot. You can find out that you won the email lottery, get money from a prince and improve your sex life, all while waiting for a show at BLT. Cool.
Over at the Highline Times, they published a review of the Playwrights Festival. Two by Suzanne Bailie is a crisp one-act story about a fictional society where cloning makes childhood unnecessary and one’s life can start over again from scratch … Continue reading
It is not always easy to be a theater and be “green”. We build an entire world for a month to six weeks and then tear it all down and then build another entire world. Still, Burien Little Theatre is … Continue reading