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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: December 2011
Happy New Year to one and all, with special thanks to each of BLT’s many donors. Please remember BLT in your year-end donations to non-profits. BLT is a 501(c)(3) run by volunteers, so every dollar you give goes as far … Continue reading
Burien Little Theatre is seeking 2 male actors to fill the following roles in the rock opera “The Who’s Tommy,” written by Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff: Captain Walker – Tommy’s guilty father. Male, tenor, age 24-32. Ensemble member – … Continue reading
If you want to see the last showing of BLT’s Inspecting Carol tomorrow, Sunday, December 18, reserve your seats now. They’re going fast!
One of the more entertaining aspects of being involved in the production of Inspecting Carol has been the chance to, in essence, watch ourselves at work. In the play, the managers of the fictitious Soapbox Theatre are trying to make … Continue reading
As BLT does every year, we are holding a food drive to go along with our Holiday show. If you bring food to the box office for “Inspecting Carol” BLT will give you $2 off your ticket price. If you … Continue reading
This is a panorama of the Burien Little Theatre stage as we were building the set for Inspecting Carol, back in mid-November. After this Sunday, it will look like this again, at least briefly, as we strike the set to … Continue reading
Another review of “Inspecting Carol.” This time you will have to work to read it. Scroll down to page 6 – http://library.highline.edu/collections/thunderword/2011/20111201.pdf.
With just one weekend left (Friday and Saturday at 8 PM and Sunday at 2), here is another review to read: http://freethoughtblogs.com/entequilaesverdad/2011/12/12/seattle-area-readers-clear-your-weekend-schedules/.
BLT spends a lot of money to build sets and run its office. Well, maybe not a lot. BLT’s annual budget is under $100,000. Nevertheless, BLT tries to spend as much of that money as possible locally. By locally, we … Continue reading
Burien Little Theatre announces auditions for the comedy-drama “reasons to be pretty,” written by Neal LaBute. Characters are two men and two women in their early to mid-20s. Synopsis: This incendiary comedy-drama involving four friends was an Off-Broadway hit that … Continue reading