OUR PROGRAMS

2021 Summer Youth and Young Adult Programs

BCT will run for 4 weeks this summer, beginning the week of June 22nd. The Youth program (8-14 years old) will rehearse in person on Tuesday evenings, 4:00-6:30, on site at the University of Dayton, while the Young Adults (15 years and up) will do the same on Thursday evenings, 4:00-6:30. The whole cast will meet virtually on Wednesdays, 4:00-5:30, via Zoom. While there will not be an in person audience for separate performances the weekend of July 16, students will meet again on site at the University of Dayton where their performance will be live streamed for a virtual audience. 

There will be an all virtual option for cast members at the same time on Wednesdays as the hybrid group. They will also be included in the final performances. 

Cost: $40

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

Please visit CAST SIGN UP for the registration form and calendar. 

 

 

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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