Auditions for the BLT Special, Wrong Number, Sunday, July 9th and Monday, July 10th at 7:00 at BLT

Auditions for the BLT Special, Wrong Number, will be held Sunday, July 9th and Monday, July 10th at 7:00 at the Baytown Little Theater.  If you are planning to audition, please arrive a little early to fill in audition sheets.  There is nothing else that you need to do to prepare for auditions.

Written by Nedra Pezold Roberts and Directed by Dawn Daily, Wrong Number is about Cassie Hobson, who is thirty-five, single, and desperately wants to be pregnant. Her pal Emma and parents Dorothy and Arnold are sympathetic but unable to help. Cassie’s best friend Mike and his partner Dan want to start a family, so the solution seems simple enough when Cassie offers to be the surrogate for their child. Then life intervenes.

THE CAST of CHARACTERS:

Cassie: a thirty-five year old attractive, single woman desperately trying to ignore the ticking of her biological clock.

Mike: a thirty-five year old architect; a planner and mild control freak.

Emma:  Mike’s thirty-year old sister; her primary language is italics.

Dan: a struggling actor in his early thirties with self-esteem issues.

Dorothy Hobson: Cassie’s upbeat and somewhat pushy mother.

Arnold Hobson: Cassie’s father, a curmudgeon-in-training.

Caller 1: male voice (wrong number caller)

Caller 2: Dorothy Hobson’s voice

Caller 3: Barbara Winston (female voice)

For questions, contact dawn@baytownlittletheater.org.

 

RPG@BLT – Tabletop Game Night REPLAY

RPG@BLT

Tabletop Game Night

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Thursday, June 29, 2017

5PM-11PM

Join us for a night of Fun Tabletop Gaming with games such as “Dungeons and Dragons”, “Betrayal at Haunted House on the Hill”, “Boss Monster”, and “Werewolf”.

Have another favorite tabletop game? Bring your own!

Tickets: $10 per person available at the door.

~D&D Campaigns created by experienced Dungeon Masters will run throughout the night. ~

Players new to D&D are welcome to join – please come by 4:30 to begin character preparation.

Entry price includes all gaming, chips, dips and plenty of ice cold H2O to keep players well hydrated.  Sodas and candy will be available for purchase.

Come PLAY with us at BLT!!

For more information, email jan@baytownlittletheater.org

PROUD OF THE BLT 2017 AACT FESTIVAL PARTICIPANTS! BRAVO!

Baytown Little Theater at AACT Festival 2017

Over spring break weekend the cast of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, directed by Ryan Martin, represented the BLT at the Texas AACTFest 2017 in Lewisville, Texas. The cast consisted of Kim Martin, Sheree Jernigan, Robin McDougald, Ryan Martin, Chelsee Jernigan and Emily Andrews. Crewmembers supporting the cast in performance were Vincent Cooper, Stephen Bent, Toni Brock, Mary Lou Martin, Marc Anthony Glover-Garcia and Blaine Glover-Garcia. The Christopher Durang play was part of the 2016 BLT season and played to local audiences in Baytown. A one-hour version of the original show was performed along with nine other community theater productions from across Texas at the Lewisville festival.

Baytown Little Theater has participated in several AACT Festivals over the past two decades with award-winning shows. During the 2013 cycle of AACT Fest, BLT’s production, God of Carnage, under the direction of Taylor Dobbs, advanced to the national level in Caramel, Indiana. That year BLT received many awards including 2nd place for a winning performance at the National Level.

The Awards Celebration for AACTFest 2017 was held the last evening of the festival. Kim Martin was named to the festival’s All-Star Cast. Marc Anthony Glover-Garcia received an award in set design for his entry, Laramie Project, a play produced by Lee College. Director Ryan Martin accepted awards presented to Baytown Little Theater for Most Man Miles, Most in Attendance as well as a certificate for the production and participation in the Texas State AACTFest 2017.

Two companies from Texas were chosen to advance to the regional level, and although our 2017 BLT cast and crew was not chosen for this honor, BLT can be very proud of all of their hard work, dedication to theater, and a performance that represented our theater well at AACTFest 2017.

For more information about Texas Nonprofit Theatres (TNT) go to (http://www.texastheatres.org/).

For more information about American Association of Community Theatre (AACT) go to (http://www.aact.org/aactfest2017).

VSMS AACT FESTIVAL 2017

AACT Award Kim Martin