OUR PROGRAMS

2022 Summer Programs

Youth (8 - 13 years old) 

June 6 - July 2 on T/W/TH from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Cost: $40

Designed for elementary to middle school aged students, cast participants will work together for 4 weeks with the end goal of creating their own show. Students will learn improv games and techniques, how to devise their own story, write a script, and use a variety of other theatre tools to create a one of a kind performance with their peers. Students will also learn how to apply these same skills in various scenarios in their day to day lives.

Young Adult (14 - 18 years old)

June 6 - July 2 on T/W/TH from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm

Cost: $40

Designed for high school aged students, cast participants will work together for 4 weeks with the end goal of creating their own show. Students will learn improv games and techniques, how to devise their own story, write a script, and use a variety of other theatre tools to create a one of a kind performance with their peers. Students will also learn how to apply these same skills in various scenarios in their day to day lives.

Adult (18 and up)

July 5- July 14 on T/W/TH from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Cost: $20

A brand new program from BCT! Designed for adults who have graduated high school, cast participants will work together for 2 weeks followed by an informal performance to culminate their experience. Cast members will learn improv games and techniques, how to devise their own story, write a script, and use a variety of other theatre tools to create a one of a kind performance with their peers.

Placement for all programs is on a first come, first served basis. You will be notified via email after completion of  registration form of acceptance or placement on the waiting list.

Please visit CAST SIGN UP for online registration forms and schedules. 

 

 

Virtual Fall Improv Workshop 2020

Fall Virtual Improv Theatre Program was a success!

After the success of our virtual summer program in June and July, the BCT team was excited to bring you a fall workshop series beginning in September.


Once a week, participants met virtually to study the foundations of improv and learn what it takes to be successful improvisers. The six-week course built up to small group scenes and classic improv games, while also teaching students how to use improvisational skills in their every day lives. This program was for students ages 8 to 18 years old. There was an online, informal performance for friends and family hosted after the last session on October 21 at 7:00 pm.

Follow us on Facebook to watch the recorded livestream of our October 21, 2020, performance!

 

Spring Storytelling Workshop 2021 

This set of classes ran for six weeks and focused on the art of storytelling.

By the end of this workshop, students gained new confidence for sharing stories and were equipped with tools such as character creation and development, scene study, whole body listening, and improv techniques. By the end of this workshop, students created scenes with a partner or a small group and shared in a virtual performance.

Classes began Tuesday, February 23 and ended Tuesday, March 30. Each Tuesday, class was from 5:00 to 6:00 pm. 

Follow us on Facebook to watch the recorded livestream of our March 30, 2021, performance!

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Summer 2020 Performance
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