Monthly Archives: January 2013

Flash Mob Movie at BLT


Did you receive the Flash email this week? About our Movie Project?

If you missed it, here’s the scoop. Come to the theater about 6:00 PM (exact time not critical; come when you can), this Wednesday, January 30. We are going to shoot a video to enter in the Toshiba “Helping the Helpers” Technology Makeover contest. This 2-minute video will hopeful show what an exciting place BLT is, and that our mission to educate and inspire our community is worthy of winning their support with technology equipment and systems for our new theater facility, coming soon to the historic downtown Baytown district. Adults, youth, and children are welcome. Bring a piece of technology equipment with you to use in the video.

We don’t really know how long this will take, but we hope to be finished by 8:00 or 9:00. Snacks will be served. And we’ll keep it fun.

Who knows? You may find yourself being a star.

Cast for The Foreigner Announced

Director Sam Estrada has announced the cast of The Foreigner, Larry Shue’s uproarious comedy set in a resort fishing lodge in backwoods Georgia owned by Betty Meeks, played by Francis Sutton. Two guests, Englishmen Froggy (Kenny Haney) and Charlie (Jim Wadzinski) arrive, and to keep Charlie from having to talk to anyone, Froggy passes him off as an exotic native who does not understand a word of English. Complications arrive in the characters of local Ku Klux Klan member Owen Musser, played by Kenny Wade, southern belle Catherine Simms (Chelsea Dennard), and her fiance Reverend David (John Morales). Along with Catherine’s simple-minded brother Ellard Simms, played by Neal Gage, the entire cast figures into the resolution of mystery, suspense, and hijinks.

See the production details.

Youth Workshop Opens January 18

The Baytown Little Theater youth activity program will get underway Friday, January 18, with a series of classes from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at the Bayer Conference Center at Lee College. This season of classes will include seven meetings and run Friday eveningsĀ  through March 1. This is in preparation for the spring and early summer youth production activities, which will start up after spring break and culminate in a youth show that will be performed at the theater in June and travel to the annual Texas Nonprofit Theatres’ Youth Conference, being held this year in Odessa, Texas, June 12 through 16.

All current BLTeens and any youth in grades six through twelve are encouraged to come be a part of the fun. Goals and expectations for the group and individuals will be discuss at the first meeting. Click here to access registration form.

Tuna Does Vegas set for 2 Weekends at BLT

Check out two of our characters from Tuna Does Vegas, and follow their advice. Get your tickets to the show that is quickly reaching capacity. You’ll get your fill of laughs.