Encore performance of “Other Desert Cities” slated for April 12th

Come celebrate with BLT as we thank the cast and crew of “Other Desert Cities” for their wonderful performances and hard work at TNT AACTFest.
Tickets only $10.00, but special donations are appreciated too.

BLT presents “Other Desert Cities”
April 12, 2015
2:30 pm
Lee College PAC

BLT takes “Other Desert Cities” to the TNT AACTFest at Lee College!

Don’t miss out! This Saturday our BLT cast and crew will be performing at the TNT AACTFest in the Performing Arts Center at Lee College at 6:00 PM. Awards will be given out after this performance.
Tickets are $10.00 for BLT’s show with a full day conference and meeting ticket price of $24.00.

Two other shows will be performing beginning at 1:30 on Saturday. The TNT Quad IV meeting will begin at 11:45.

Please try to attend and support our BLT cast and crew of Other Desert Cities as they perform Saturday night and/or make it a full day of theater with the TNT meeting plus the other shows that will perform.

Thank you to Christine Jones and her cast of Dawn Daily, John Meiners, Christine Jones, Zac Daily, and Julia Jay plus her crew of Jan Herring-Seeley, Geoff Starett, Sam Estrada, Robert Richard, Dustin Taylor and Orlando Flores as they represent Baytown Little Theater at TNTAACTFest. We are very proud of you all and appreciate all your time and hard work to make this possible!

Break a leg!

http://www.texastheatres.org/conferences/ConFest15/QIVForms/Quad4Flyer2015.pdf and tickets can be purchased on through the TNT Store (with a processing fee added).

Closer to home: BLT in Residence at Lee College moves theater shows to Performing Arts Center

Baytown Little Theater will move closer to its future as all performances following the conclusion of the current show, “Other Desert Cities,” move to Texas Avenue – performing at the Lee College Performing Arts Center until renovations can be made to the theater’s own building a few blocks away. The theater’s next play, special performances of “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever,” will be in the black box theater of the Lee PAC Dec. 5, 6, 7, 12, 13 and 14.

Theater President Patti Meiners said the BLT agreement with Lee College is for the theater to be in residence at Lee College for up to two years.
“Baytown Little Theater in Residence at Lee College,” is how the theater describes the new relationship, she said. The theater remains an independent organization with its own board and programming, though the shared space may allow new opportunities for collaboration with the college’s Performing Arts Center and its theatre program.

“We welcome participation with the students and with the community as always when we do shows,” Meiners said.

BLT and Lee College have a history of collaboration through summer musicals that have been staged at the Performing Arts Center.
Meiners said the move allows BLT to reduce its operating costs substantially so the organization can focus its efforts on producing excellent plays and on completing its permanent home at the intersection of Texas Avenue and North Main Street.

“At this point it’s a financially sound decision to make this move to Lee College while we’re continuing to move toward our goal of remodeling the new space,” Meiners said. “This is only a short-term plan,” she said. “As Lee College grows their program and our program continues to grow, it will come to a point where it’s not a feasible solution for a long-term relationship.” She said the theater is still working with its architect and contractor to finalize renovation plans, then will move forward with financing and construction.

“We’re excited about this new opportunity and look forward to moving closer to our new space on Texas Avenue,” Meiners said.

Scott Vernon, director of the Lee College Performing Arts Center, also greets the move with enthusiasm.
“We’re real excited about having them over here,” he said.

“It’s going to help us boost the number of students we have enroll in our theatre classes at Lee College,” Vernon said. “It also gets more people into this facility.”

Most of the Baytown Little Theater performances will be in the black box theater, though some will be on the main stage. The black box theater shares a lobby with the main stage.