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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.
BLT’s new LED lights are here! (At least most of them are here, BLT is still waiting for 9 lenses to spread the colors the lights create out to a full 45 degrees. The lenses should be here before the … Continue reading
In its constant effort to provide you with better live theater, BLT just bought 12 new LED lighting instruments. BLT will be using them for top light. (That is the light that comes down from over the heads of the … Continue reading
Last weekend was the start of the big push to get the stage ready for Anna In The Tropics. Here’s what the stage looked like on Saturday afternoon when I arrived: The pillars were in place, and the platforms down. … Continue reading
This is an article that discusses some technical issues relating to Burien Little Theatre’s light board to an interesting light filter device. Most theatre fans will find this to be of no interest at all. The issue is addressing the … Continue reading
This blog gives us a chance to share our thoughts with you directly, and we hope you’ll also get acquainted with various members of the Frankenstein artistic team. Director Steve Cooper and I will be alternating in introducing you to … Continue reading
4Culture very kindly gave BLT a grant for new lighting equipment. This is a very good thing. However the grant was for $2,000.00. As is typical with funding from 4Culture, they help you reach your goal, but they do not … Continue reading