Review of BAT's "For Better"
Modern day relationships benefit greatly from our technology to help grow and maintain their existence. We depend on computers to keep us in touch with our friends, lovers and relatives. For Better examines how our love affair with smartphones intertwine and complicate our lives, all while bringing us closer to each other than ever.
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Review of BAT Theatre’s "Hay Fever"
Hay Fever, the latest offering from BAT Theatre, takes the audience on a bizarrely funny weekend with the eccentric Bliss family. Hay Fever offers offbeat humor that keeps ramping up as the Bliss’ weekend unravels, and the guests become increasingly more uncomfortable. I absolutely loved this show and plan to see it again before the run is over.
Expand your community with BAT’s script club on November 19th
Need more community? Like to give your opinion? Here is your chance to expand your community and to tell BAT what you think.
Meet with BAT Theatre’s script club online on November 19, 2020, from 1:30 to 2:30 pm (PST). This month the script club is discussing the comedy Hay Fever by Noël Coward.
Review of BAT’s “Kiss of the Spider Woman”
Set in 1970’s Argentina sometime after a right-wing military coup, Manuel Puig’s Kiss of the Spider Woman takes place in a prison, and showcases the relationship between two cellmates. This latest offering from BAT Theatre explores and challenges traditional thoughts on gender roles, companionship, sexuality and humanity.
Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 7:00pm
For the past two years the Northwest Symphony Orchestra has partnered with Washington’s National Parks to celebrate “National Parks at Benaroya” Due to Covid it’s not possible this year to gather in person…but we can STILL celebrate music and our national parks with a special event…so we SHALL.
Apply for a City of Burien Arts & Culture Grant
Applications for the City of Burien Arts & Culture grants are open now.
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Burien Actors Theatre’s Shelter-in-place Season: They Promised Her the Moon by Laurel Ollstein
Burien Actors Theatre’s (BAT) first Shelter-in-place Season has just one more weekend of online performance readings. Next up at BAT, They Promised Her the Moon by Laurel Ollstein. The performance readings are June 27 at 8 pm, and June 28 at 2 pm.
BAT’s first Shelter-in-place Season consisted of five plays read online by very talented actors under the guidance of equally talented directors.
They Promised Her the Moon is based on the true story of Jerrie and her female peers in the Mercury 13 Space Program.
The Burien Pandemic Story Project
The Highline Heritage Museum and City of Burien are teaming up to document the stories of our community’s experience during COVID-19. The Burien Pandemic Story Project aims to document the stories, photos, and other artifacts of community member’s experiences during the pandemic. We will be publishing some of these stories (with the storyteller’s permission) in the next issue of the Burien Magazine.
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