At BCT, we believe you’ve got a story to tell. And, we want to help you tell it. Join small crews of like-minded young artists as we team up to create brand new work the world has never seen before.
Want to write? Act? Play? Then this is the place for you.
BCT offers fun, professional theater training programs for youth ages 6 to 18. Our teachers are working professionals (many of whom you see regularly on the BCT Mainstage and in our reading series) and bring unique perspectives on everything from auditioning to playwriting to acting with a focus on special discipline techniques, including Viewpoints and Suzuki training. Start off on the right foot, and develop a contemporary theater foundation that will serve you a lifetime. It’s fun, challenging, supportive and extremely rewarding work. And, we have a place just for you.
AUDITIONS for Spring 2017 Theater Lab are February 12 – 13 at BCT. Click HERE to visit the Theater Lab page and schedule your audition.
Our 10-week intensives are designed to take young artists deep into the art of storytelling. Small teams create a brand new play, working side-by-side with professionals, and present their new works for the public on the Mainstage, in the Loft, and on Tour. And check out our NEW CLASSES: The Playwrights’ Laboratory and Stagecraft! Ages 12-18. An audition is required.
SPRING BREAK THEATER CAMP
Learn acting, storytelling and the thrill of playing for an audience in this week-long workshop. Ages 6-12. No audition is required.
RADIO THEATER LAB
A small team of students conceive, write and record a brand new podcast performance. Ages 12-18. An audition is required.
These weekend labs help fine-tune young actors’ skills in auditioning, story-crafting, and performance. Ages 12-18. No audition is required.
Email questions and audition requests to BCT Education Manager Jennifer Stockwell at email@example.com.
PLEASE NOTE: All students plus their parent/guardian MUST complete the online BCT Theater Lab Registration + Consent Form to participate in any BCT Education Program.
BCT Youth Education Programs are supported in part by Albertsons and by the generous support of Susan May and Andy Owczarek.