COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS

Masks Required – Socially Distanced Seating – One Way Entry & Exit – Increased Access to Hand Sanitizer – Temperatures Taken at Door – No Concessions – Theater Disinfected before each Performance – Theater Treated with Protective Antimicrobial Coating

 

STREAMING NOW AVAILABLE FOR SELECT PERFORMANCES — READ BELOW FOR DETAILS

A Jones, Hope, & Wooten Comedy Kicks off 2021!

Directed by Toni Creed

Til Beth Do Us Part

April 22 – May 16

Directed by Toni Creed
Written by Hope, Jones, & Wooten
(Savannah Sipping Society, Dearly Departed, Always a Bridesmaid)

Life for Suzannah Hayden seems to be stalling; her Husband Gibby is lazy & distracted, her house is a mess, and her career hangs on a dinner that will either lead to her promotion or her termination. Enter Beth, Suzannah’s newly-hired assistant who tears into the Hayden household and whips it into an organized, well-run machine. But when Beth starts to encroach on more of Suzannah’s life, it’s up to Gibby to save his marriage, which sets up the wildly funny climax in which things go uproariously awry just as Suzannah’s boss arrives for that all-important dinner.

Register for Summer Camp 2021!

Registration for our 20th Annual Sunny D Children’s Theater Summer Camp is now Open!

Beyond the Pages

Registration Deadline is May 15th
Camp Dates June 7th – 20th

Click Here to visit our Sunny D page for more information and to register now!

Musical Theater Training Classes

Musical Theater II Workshop

Starting on April 24, 2021!
Register now!

Course Length: 4 Weeks, with a final showcase performance after workshop completion

Course Dates: Starting on Saturday, April 24, 2021 and ending on May 15, 2021. Every Saturday from 11AM – 1PM. Final Showcase Presentation on May 22, 2021.

Course Cost: $100 per student

Age Requirements: 16 years and older

Registration Deadline: April 22, 2021

Designed for students with moderate theater experience, this program will help you take the next steps in your theatre training. This 4-week workshop will encompass vocal work, dance technique and stage acting culminating in a final showcase presentation for family and friends. It includes repertoire from classic and contemporary musical theatre, with opportunities for solo, duet, and ensemble performances.

 

WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES

  • Voice Training:
    • Improving Breathe Control, Vocal Tone, Range, Hitting Notes, Projection, etc.
    • Effectively Preparing & Maintaining Vocal Health for Vocal Auditions, Rigorous Show Rehearsals, & Stage Performances
  • Theater Dance Training:
    • Learning Basic Ballet, Jazz, & Tap dance Terminology and Class Etiquette required for most Musical Theater Auditions, Rehearsals, & Productions
    • Developing, Improving & Maintaining Dance-related Endurance, Strength, Flexibility, Musicality, and Coordination

Click here to learn more!

Introducing the BRCT Black Box!

Doubt: A Parable

May 21 – 23

Directed by Mike Dunham
Written by John Patrick Shanley
Rated PG-13 for Mature Themes

The year is 1964, and the stern nun Sister Aloysius, based upon a few circumstantial details and a lot of intuition, believes that one of the priests at the St. Nicholas Catholic Church and school has been molesting a 12-year-old boy named Donald Muller, the school’s only African-American student. Sister Aloysius recruits a young, naive nun (Sister James) to assist her in monitoring the suspicious yet charismatic Father Flynn. She also addresses her concerns to Donald’s mother, who, surprisingly, is not horrified or even shocked by the allegations. (Mrs. Muller is more concerned about her son getting into high school and avoiding a beating from his dad.) The play concludes with a one-on-one confrontation between Sister Aloysius and Father Flynn as she attempts to get the truth out of the priest.

A Legendary Neil Simon Comedy

Neil Simon’s

The Odd Couple

July 15 – August 8

Directed by Debbi Friend
Written by Neil Simon
(Lost in Yonkers, Brighton Beach Memoirs)

As “the guys” assemble for cards in divorced Oscar’s messy flat, late to arrive is Felix, also recently divorced. Tidy yet tense, Felix seems depressed, but it’s Oscar who goes mental when the neat freak and the slob room together!
Short Description: As “the guys” assemble for cards in the messy apartment of the divorced Oscar, late to arrive is Felix, also recently divorced. Tidy yet tense, Felix seems depressed, but Oscar becomes the one who seems unhinged when the germaphobe and the slob room together with hilarious results!
Synopsis: This classic comedy opens as a group of the guys assemble for cards in the apartment of divorced Oscar Madison. And if the mess is any indication, it’s no wonder that his wife left him. Late to arrive is Felix Unger, who has just been separated from his wife. Fastidious, depressed, and none too tense, Felix seems suicidal, but as the action unfolds, Oscar becomes the one with murder on his mind when the clean freak and the slob ultimately decide to room together with hilarious results as The Odd Couple is born.

The Show Must Go On...Line!

BRCT is proud to announce that many of our shows this year will be available to access online via private streaming platforms. Streams can be watched via your Computer, Tablet, or Phone, and is also accessible on some Smart TVs. You can also choose to use an HDMI cord or a service such as Chromecast to watch the stream on your TV.

A Note on Quality

As many of you already know, one of the things that makes Theater so enjoyable is that each and every performance is unique and special, and these streams are no exception!

To give you the best possible experience, these are not Live Streams, but rather edited videos from footage captured from Dress Rehearsals and Live Performances. As such, the videos are subject to all of the beautifully imperfect factors that play into those environments. Things you can see, like the occasional glimpse of an audience member’s head or perhaps a missed cue. Things you can hear like a bump of the camera or the audience’s laughter. While we have done editing to limit some of these factors, understand that these recordings are just as beautifully flawed as all shows are, much like all of us.

To ease any worries you may have however, we have included a few stills captured from our Stream to give you an idea about the quality of the film itself.