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Upcoming ShowsJul19Thu20181:30 pm BAT Script Club – July 2018 @ Merrill Gardens - BurienBAT Script Club – July 2018 @ Merrill Gardens - BurienJul 19 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pmMarriage and friendship are gently explored in Dinner with Friends, a Pulitzer Prize-winning play from 1998. Through humor and intelligent dialogue, the story unfolds. The play looks at the relationship between two married couples: food writers Gabe and Karen, whose … Continue reading →Jul29Sun2018Sep15Sat2018Sep20Thu20181:30 pm BAT Script Club – September @ Merrill Gardens - BurienBAT Script Club – September @ Merrill Gardens - BurienSep 20 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pmThe club will be discussing Dr. Frankenstein by Selma Dimitrijevic. Because there is no August meeting of the script club the Dr. Frankenstein script will be made available at the July meeting. If you missed that and want a copy … Continue reading →Oct5Fri20188:00 pm Dr. Frankenstein – by Selma Dimi... @ Burien Actors TheatreDr. Frankenstein – by Selma Dimi... @ Burien Actors TheatreOct 5 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pmThis is not your father’s Frankenstein. In this startlingly fresh, lyrical and haunting contemporary adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic novel, Dr. Frankenstein is reimagined as a woman. Victoria Frankenstein and her articulate Creature tell a thought-provoking story that follows Mary … Continue reading →Oct6Sat20188:00 pm Dr. Frankenstein – by Selma Dimi... @ Burien Actors TheatreDr. Frankenstein – by Selma Dimi... @ Burien Actors TheatreOct 6 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pmThis is not your father’s Frankenstein. In this startlingly fresh, lyrical and haunting contemporary adaptation of Mary Shelley’s classic novel, Dr. Frankenstein is reimagined as a woman. Victoria Frankenstein and her articulate Creature tell a thought-provoking story that follows Mary … Continue reading →
- The British are so polite July 5, 2018
- BAT turns 39 July 5, 2018
- Thanks for 2017-18 June 27, 2018
- In search of scripts June 20, 2018
- Auditions for romantic comedy “Handle with Care” (BAT’s Holiday show) June 18, 2018
Monthly Archives: April 2012
On Saturday night I was at the door while the audience was leaving “reasons to be pretty.” That is my usual post. An audience member, who introduced himself as Mike asked me if I wrote the script. (Neil LaButte was … Continue reading
The cast has offered a drinking game for the audience of “reasons to be pretty.” Every time you hear the “f-bomb” take a drink. Then see who is standing at the end of the show.
Additions to “The Who’s Tommy” photos, can you spot the new ones?
Early photos from “reasons to be pretty.”
“reasons to be pretty” has two “lesser” stars. Two goldfish. The script only calls for one goldfish, but we got two. The second is a stunt double, just in case we come in one day and find one of the … Continue reading
Attached are a couple of pictures of Nathan splattering the floor for “reasons to be pretty.” So, why splatter? This is a painting technique that you will see used a lot in theater. The walls and the floors are painted … Continue reading
What happens when you find out that what you thought was your identity doesn’t exist? Neil LaBute is a remarkable playwright who has found a way to take everyday language and create a rhythm to convey the profound internal struggles … Continue reading
One of BLT’s designers, Allan Loucks, a composer who writes original scores for many of BLT’s shows was recently interviewed by Eyes For Games magazine. Check it out! http://www.efgmagazine.com/interview/0/allan-loucks-music-composition-is-a-craft-and-takes-practice.html You can see why we love his work. Say, “Hi,” to … Continue reading
Here is the early review of “reasons to be pretty.” http://www.highlinetimes.com/2012/04/20/news/review-love-means-having-say-you%E2%80%99re-sorry-burien- This not NOT a show to miss!