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Comedy The Christmas Spirit at Burien Actors Theatre looks at what is really important

Show Poster - Christmas tree in a grave, with red ribbon tied around headstone

Burien Actors Theatre’s (“BAT”) production of the comedy The Christmas Spirit is a touching and hilarious look at what makes life worth living.

Performances of this play run Nov. 29 through Dec. 22.

The Burien Actors Theatre production, written by Frederick Stroppel, features specialty drinks themed to the show and plenty of free on-site parking, plus BAT’s famous opening night party.

"Native Gardens" Review

Native Gardens

Have you ever had a border dispute with a neighbor? Was it over yard mess, encroaching plant life, or was it about the location of a property line?

These neighborly disputes are the backdrop for Native Gardens, the very funny comedy kicking off BAT’s 40th season! Native Gardens begins by introducing two couples; Pablo and Tania Del Valle (played by Jesse Calixto and Ashley Salazar), new homeowners from out of town, and their next door neighbors Frank and Virginia Butley (played by John Murray and Connie Murray).

Seeking people with or without performing background for dance performance HERE // HEAR at Burien Actors Theatre

Want to be in a dance performance, but have no performance background? Come be part of the movement chorus in the new dance performance HERE // HEAR from June 22 through 24, presented by Burien Actors Theatre (BAT) and choreographed by Kris Wheeler.

Review: Church and State

Church and State (written by Jason Odell Williams, Directed by Rochelle Flynn and Maggie Larrick) opens in the wake of another tragic mass shooting event, where the victims are students and their teachers yet again. And so begins a familiar song and dance that is, at this point, uniquely American:

“We need to do something about access to certain guns.”

“No, we need to ban them all!”

Review of "The Christmas Carol Rag" at BAT

Every year the holiday season brings out some of our favorite traditions in song and story, and this one is no different. This year however the Burien Actors Theatre’s, The Christmas Carol Rag (written by Norman Allen and musical arrangements by Howard Breitbart), presents a show that is as familiar as tradition, but with a slightly different spin on the Charles Dickens classic.

John Van de Ven Thu, 11/30/2017 - 08:51
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