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Monthly Archives: April 2013
BLT is in need of a stagehand for the Bill and Peggy Hunt Playwrights Festival. (BLT had a last minute drop out.) The time commitment is every evening next week, plus Fri. and Sat. evenings and Sun. afternoons through May … Continue reading
Brand new works by Washington State playwrights In festival at Burien Little Theatre $10 ticket gets you in to see 2 plays! Twice the plays, half the price! For the price of a movie theater ticket, you can see two—count … Continue reading
Tonight I saw a run through of the first one act play in the Bill And Peggy Hunt Playwrights’ Festival, Bottom Line. It’s a story of a young couple who have bought a winning lottery ticket.
The impetus for this play was a series of interracial “dinners” (really, afternoon snacks) over a two-year period ending for my wife and me just after 9-11. These monthly get-togethers were sponsored by the Urban Enterprise Center and supported by … Continue reading
Why the Bill and Peggy Hunt Playwrights Festival? Who were Bill and Peggy? Bill and Peggy Hunt were longtime Burien residents, a married couple who worked in all phases of local theater for over 30 years. Peggy joined what was … Continue reading
One of the great things about doing theater is getting to do things you have never done before. Today was one of those days. One of brand new plays, part of the Bill and Peggy Hunt Playwrights Festival, is “17-B.” … Continue reading
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BLT was able to help out the movie project “The Maury Island Incident” Thursday by sponsoring the first read through of the movie’s script. (In full disclosure “The Maury Island Incident” is a sponsor of the Bill and Peggy Hunt … Continue reading
Recently, at dinner a few of us “theater folk” were talking about the “Game of Thrones.” It was the night of the first episode of the third season. It is sacrilegious but I have not seen much of it, so … Continue reading