Announcing the BCT 17|18 Season!
What does a theater do after its best season ever? Stage an even better one. The BCT 17|18 Season lineup includes the most exciting and dynamic array of shows in the theater’s history. Ready? Here it is!
New for 17|18! All Wednesday and Thursday evening performances start at 7 pm. All other evening performances start at 8pm, with 2 pm matinees on the last two Saturdays of each run. There are two special Friday matinees for The Storm in the Barn on Dec. 15 and 22.
Hand to God
By Robert Askins
October 18 – November 4, 2017
Five Tony Award Nominations, including Best Play
A wicked comedy about a sock puppet that turns a small Texas congregation upside down.
“The freshest and funniest Broadway comedy in years… Hand to God is to plays as The Book of Mormon is to musicals.” ― Time Out NY
The Storm in the Barn
By Eric Coble
Adapted from the Graphic Novel by Matt Phelan
Music by Hillfolk Noir
December 6 – 23, 2017
Where is the rain hiding? Our young hero Jack and his family are struggling to survive the Dust Bowl. Can he muster his courage and face the mysterious presence rumbling in the barn? Bring your family and find out!
Good Bitch Goes Down
By Adam Enright
January 10 – 20, 2018
The shining star of last season’s Hedwig and the Angry Inch makes his triumphant and glittery return to the BCT stage with an original cabaret exploding with stories and songs.
World Premiere and Winner of the 2017 BCT River Prize:
House of Tomorrow
By Cat Crowley
February 21 – March 10, 2018
Outfitted with all the modern conveniences, the Jupiters are a model family living inside the home of tomorrow. But even in this Jetsons-like futurescape, a family’s secrets can still tarnish the dazzling sheen of chrome and plastic.
By Jen Silverman
April 11 – 28, 2018
An uproariously funny modern-day True West with Midwestern women in their 50s who do things that surprise everyone, especially themselves.
“When a (female) ‘Odd Couple’ story shifts toward ‘Breaking Bad’.” — LA Times
The four shows in the 17|18 Mainstage Season run for three weeks, and offer previews on the first Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of each run. Opening nights are the first Saturday of each run. The Add-On cabaret by Adam Enright will run for two weeks, including one preview.