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Upcoming ShowsAug2Fri20198:00 pm The Importance of Being Earnest ... @ The Importance of Being EarnestThe Importance of Being Earnest ... @ The Importance of Being EarnestAug 2 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pmIn a beautiful adaptation of The Importance of Being Earnest, set in 1985 with all the big hair and Valley Girl charm that goes with that, BAT will make you laugh out loud. Oscar Wilde’s farce follows the story of … Continue reading →Aug4Sun20195:00 pm The Importance of Being Earnest ... @ Marvista ParkThe Importance of Being Earnest ... @ Marvista ParkAug 4 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pmIn a beautiful adaptation of The Importance of Being Earnest, set in 1984 with all the big hair and Valley Girl charm that goes with that, BAT will make you laugh out loud. Oscar Wilde’s farce follows the story of … Continue reading →Aug9Fri20197:00 pm The Importance of Being Earnest ... @ Angle Lake ParkThe Importance of Being Earnest ... @ Angle Lake ParkAug 9 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pmIn a beautiful adaptation of The Importance of Being Earnest, set in 1985 with all the big hair and Valley Girl charm that goes with that, BAT will make you laugh out loud. Oscar Wilde’s farce follows the story of … Continue reading →Aug15Thu20191:30 pm Script Club – August @ Merrill Gardens BurienScript Club – August @ Merrill Gardens BurienAug 15 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pmThe BAT script club will be reading “American Son,” by Christopher Demos-Brown Offering a reverse angle on the standard procedural, “American Son” takes place entirely in the waiting room of a South Florida police station, where in the middle of … Continue reading →
- The Importance of Being Earnest – Press release July 15, 2019
- 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
Tag Archives: Inspecting Carol
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
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/.
Why is Scrooge so glum? BLT’s Seven Buck Sunday presentation of Inspecting Carol, which will be shown today at 2PM, is sold out. There’s no reason to be sad, though. Tickets are still available for all of the remaining presentations … Continue reading
Tonight is opening night for the Burien Little Theatre production of Inspecting Carol, a comedy about a small theatre company who are trying to put on A Christmas Carol while dangling at the end of their rope. In contrast to … Continue reading
Here is an early review of “Inspecting Carol.” http://www.highlinetimes.com/2011/11/23/news/funniest-bad-christmas-carol-youre-likely-see-yea. Show opens at 8:00 PM this Friday, the day after Thanksgiving. Tickets are still available! Don’t forget Date Night, this Saturday where you can get tickets two-for-one at the box office.
Yesterday and today are the days we will be doing tech rehearsals for the upcoming production of Inspecting Carol. Since we share the theatre with another theatre company, and other activities occasionally go on here, sometimes the only time we … Continue reading