Beavercreek Community Theatre hopes you all are staying safe and healthy. As with many other theatres and businesses, because of the current situation, we are required to make changes to our current season during this difficult time. Here is the latest plan.
Auditions for IF/THEN as well as the production have been canceled.
However we do plan to present IT’S ONLY A PLAY as our final production of this season and move the performance dates to June 12 – 21.
This is the current plan, but as the situation unfolds, if we need to adjust this we will keep you informed. Thank you for your continued support of BCT. While we miss seeing you all, your health and safety are our most pressing concern. Though we may be separated physically, we are still a theatre family and We will get through this together.
Beavercreek Community Theatre is saddened by the current public health situation. However our primary concern is the health and well being of our members, family, patrons and friends.
The Lofino Center (including the theatre space) will be closed until Monday April 6th. With this in mind our next production IT’S ONLY A PLAY will open one week later on May 1 instead of April 24 and run two weekends.
We will continue to monitor the news from State, County, and City governments and make future adjustments accordingly. We appreciate your support of BCT and hope you all stay safe as we get through this difficult time.
Beavercreek Community Theatre is excited to announce the cast of IT’S ONLY A PLAY directed by Debra Kent.
Production dates April 24-May 3.
Thank you to everyone that came out.
- JAMES WICKER – Jim Walker
- JULIA BUDDER – Melissa Ertsgaard
- PETER AUSTIN – Saul Caplan
- VIRGINIA NOYES – Lynn Vanderpool
- FRANK FINGER – Brandon Shockney
- IRA DREW – K.L. Storer
- GUS P. HEAD – Maxwell Shafer
For more information visit www.bctheatre.org.
BCT announces OPEN AUDITIONS for IT’S ONLY A PLAY by Terrence McNally
It’s the opening night of The Golden Egg on Broadway, and the wealthy producer Julia Budder is throwing a lavish party in her lavish Manhattan townhouse. Downstairs the celebrities are pouring in, but the real action is upstairs in the bedroom, where a group of insiders have staked themselves out to await the reviews. The group includes the excitable playwright; the possibly unstable wunderkind director; the pill-popping leading lady, treading the boards after becoming infamous in Hollywood; and the playwright’s best friend, for whom the play was written but who passed up this production for a television series. Add to this a drama critic who’s panned the playwright in the past and a new-in-town aspiring singer, and you have a prime recipe for the narcissism, ambition, childishness, and just plain irrationality that infuse the theatre—and for comedy. But don’t worry: This play is sure to be the hit they have all been hoping for.
Production Dates: April 24 – May 3, 2020
Directed by Debra Kent
Produced by Mary Mathieu
Audition Dates: Monday and Tuesday, March 2 and 3, 2020, at 7:00 p.m.
Beavercreek Community Theatre – 3868 Dayton Xenia Rd, Beavercreek, Ohio 45432
For further information contact the director, at firstname.lastname@example.org
(NOTE: If you cannot attend auditions and need an earlier audition time, please contact the director.)
- Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.
- A résumé and headshot are not required, but are encouraged.
- Please bring all scheduling conflicts between March 2 and May 3, 2020.
- PETER AUSTIN – The Playwright. Younger rather than older. Everything is riding on tonight.
- JULIA BUDDER – The Producer. A genuinely nice person.
- IRA DREW – The Critic. Wears glasses and has food stains on his tie.
- FRANK FINGER – The Director. Soon to be knighted.
- VIRGINIA NOYES – The Star. She wears an electronic bracelet on her ankle.
- JAMES WICKER – The Best Friend, probably over 50. He used to be a stage actor.
- GUS P. HEAD – Young Man, temporary help for the party. Fresh off the farm.
A MID-SUMMER NIGHT’S TEXAS-SIZED NIGHTMARE
Beavercreek Community Theatre Youth Theatre
Cast: Miranda Ammon as Abigail Yokle, Ethan Arnold as Demetrius, Laura Badenhop as Snug, Eli Baranowski as Egeus, Gwen Broderick as Snout, Jesse Burns as Huntsman, Emily Cvitkovich as Helena, McKenna Delaney as Cowgirl, Allison Fischer as Hippolyta, Griffin Greear as Peter Quince, Cowgirl – Cecilia Green as Cowgirl, Cowgirl – Delilah as Cowgirl, Cowgirl – Isabelle Hibner as Cowgirl, Ziggy Kamil as Nick Bottom, Ayla Kempf as Cowgirl, Molly Mayne as Cowgirl, Joel Meyer as Robin Starvling, Ally Miller as Puck, Aiden Moore as Oberon, Braden Phelps as Lysander, Sullivan Rasmussen as Philostrate, Brielle Ruggs as Hermia, Ava Seeley as Tatania, Lily Smith as Flute, Scarlett Southard as Cowgirl, Julia Stubbs as Stage Manager & Jacob Thompson as Theseus
The Armadillo Flats Community Theater has never produced what one would call quality entertainment. Abigail Yokle is trying to direct one of Shakespeare’s great comic masterpieces, but the budget is limited and the rental company sent costumes for every production except A Midsummer-Night’s Dream. Yet Abigail is not about to let the wrong costumes and a lack of talent stand in the way of a bad production. The actors appear as characters from the 1920s, the 1950s, a cat, a lumberjack, a disco dancer, a sailor and a host of characters from other shows. Locals also use the theater to advertise businesses and make political speeches. Other distractions include an audience member who forgets to silence a cell phone and a snake that crawls into the theater through a hole in the wall.
- Fri-Sat, March 6-7 at 8pm
- Sun, March 8 at 2pm
- Fri-Sat, March 13-14 at 8pm
- Sun, March 15 at 2pm
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