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Monthly Archives: February 2011
The folks at the B-Town Blog came to see the show last weekend, and here’s what they thought. Combining dramatic gravitas with sardonic wit, The Clean House is a play that offers laughs, warmth and the occasional dramatic moment all … Continue reading
For The Clean House, I ended up with an extra page, so I thought a drawing contest might be fun. There’s a page in the program for our guests to draw on, and at the end of The Clean House … Continue reading
We need your help advertising our winter show The Clean House by appearing on TV next week. You don’t have to perform or even speak. All you have to do is be part of the BLT group in the audience … Continue reading
We’re pleased to announce that BLT has been awarded a 4culture grant for the 2011-12 calendar years! This is a sustaining grant, which is really great because BLT can apply the funds where ever they are needed. 4Culture is, and … Continue reading
Here’s a nice selection of photos from The Clean House taken by Mike Wilson of NoWhereManPhotos. Thanks, Mike!
Join us for eSe Teatro’s bilingual (Spanish/English) staged reading of Passport, an absurdist play about immigration, full of politics and humor. Written by Gustavo Ott and translated by Heather L. McKay. Sponsored by Burien Little Theatre. The staged reading will … Continue reading
The Clean House, got a nice review from the Federal Way News. Check out the little excerpt below. “The Clean House” is performed by a capable cast who tells this odd story with just the right touch of “oddness.” Director … Continue reading
The Clean House by the hot young playwright Sarah Ruhl was a 2005 Pulitzer Prize finalist. It is a short, funny play that covers a lot of ground – the relationship of hired “help” with the upper middle class, immigrants … Continue reading
Maggie and Eric were awarded the City of Burien’s community leader award, awarded annually and recognizing outstanding citizens in the area of business, community, education, and environmental leadership. Continue reading