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BLT and the Latino Theatre Projects are joining forces to produce “Beauty of the Father” by Nilo Cruz. Shows every weekend in August. Meet the Cast: Each week we will be profiling one of our cast members for Beauty of … 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
Ethnic roles included in auditions for 2013 Bill & Peggy Hunt Playwrights Festival Burien Little Theatre announces auditions for BLT’s 2013 Bill & Peggy Hunt Playwrights Festival of four brand spanking new plays. These scripts have never been produced elsewhere. … Continue reading
Here are just a few of the photos from “Jesus Christ Superstar.” Thanks to Mike at Nowhereman Productions.
About a decade ago, I went to an audition for a show that needed, for one of the principal characters, a middle-aged Asian/Pacific Islander woman. “At last,” I thought, “a role that I am the right type for!” I wasn’t … Continue reading
Multicultural casting, or the lack thereof, has caused a brouhaha in L.A. Read story here. At BLT we try to multicast whenever possible. However, we do not always get people of color to audition, and sometimes they are just not … Continue reading
Image credit: Craig Orsinger/Burien Little Theatre Many people wonder: What makes an actor tick? It was my pleasure to be able to chat recently with the actor playing Elizabeth Lavenza: Anna Richardson. Roxanne: Before Frankenstein, how many productions have you … Continue reading