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There’s now a set of rehearsal photos for the upcoming Bill And Peggy Hunt Playwrights Festival 2013. It’s filled with action-packed photos like this one: So don’t miss it.
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.
With Sunday’s matinee performance, the run of BLT’s all-female production of Jesus Christ Superstar is now over. At the end of the show, the stage looked a bit forlorn in the afternoon light:
No doubt many BLT News Blog readers have been wondering whatever happened to BLT’s car? When last we heard about it, the poor thing was in the process of being rescued from a blackberry patch in north Burien. Intended to … Continue reading
There’s a new set of photos at Burien Little Theatre’s Flickr site. It features lots of action-packed photos like this one: Plus a few photos of the sets, volunteers, designers, and even an actor or two getting our production of … Continue reading
There’s a new photo set at the BLT Flickr site. It’s pictures I’ve taken during set construction and tech rehearsals for Dead Man’s Cell Phone. There are lots of exciting photos like this: And there are a few of the … Continue reading
Barely is Bold Grace over, and we already have to get set up for the next show. In terms of the number of shows we’ve had to support in a two month period, I think this is our busiest time … Continue reading
Sunday, August 26 was the last performance of the joint Burien Little Theatre/Latino Theatre Projects production of Anna In The Tropics. I finally got to see the show yesterday, and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Much like the characters in the … Continue reading
As those who have visited our main website recently may be aware, we have a special fundraising event going on this year. Thanks to a publicity photograph by Mike Wilson and GIMP, an open source graphics program, I was able … Continue reading