The 60th Season

All productions staged at BLT's new home, in the American Legion Hall, 55
East Jordan Street, in downtown Brevard.

- Dates In Red And Green, Denote Productions Not Part Of Our Regular Season -

February 26 - March 7, 2010
I Ought To Be In Pictures
by Neil Simon -- Directed by Al Edick
Audition dates: January 9 & 10

I Ought to Be in Pictures is a play by Neil Simon that later became a film of the
same name. The three-character comedy-drama focuses on Herbert Tucker, a
struggling, writer's-blocked screenwriter who abandoned his New York family
16 years earlier. Now daughter Libby has arrived on the West Hollywood
doorstep of the father she barely remembers, convinced he can jump-start the
Hollywood acting career she desires. Dispensing guilt and demanding love,
Libby not only forces Herb to deal with the responsibilities of parenthood, but
to come to terms with his on-again/off-again relationship with adoring
girlfriend Steffy as well.

The Glass Menagerie
By Tennessee Williams --Directed by Mark Henry

May 6 - 9
Birds in the Weather (New Play Winner)
By David Muschell-- Director: Gene O'Hare
Audition dates:
Audition dates have been rescheduled to March 27 and 28.  
Click here for details

Vivian Beasley is an independent woman, but when weakened bones relegate
her to a wheelchair, a tough decision is made to put her in Chilliwick's Assisted
Living Home.  But something strange is going on.  It's not just the rules that
irritate Mrs Beasley, but how Mrs. Chilliwick wants her "guests" to do less and
less for themselves and feel Mrs. Beasley is a problem: too inquisitive and too
much of a rule-breaker.  This new play is part mystery and part exploration on
aging, and brings the audience moments of laughter and suspense.

June 18 - 27
The Mousetrap
by Agatha Christie --  Directed by Michael Wilson
Audition Dates: April 24 & 25

This is a tale about a group of strangers stranded in a boarding house during a
snow storm, one of whom is a murder.  The suspects include the newly
married couple who run the house, and the suspicions that are in their minds
nearly wreck their perfect marriage.  Others are a spinster, an architect, a
retired Army Major, a strange little man, and a jurist who makes life
miserable for everyone.  Chalk up another superb mystery with plenty of
intrigue from the foremost mystery writer of her time.

Saturday, July 3
FREE  -  “Melodrama”
Yes, Yes, A Thousand Times Yes Description
Fourth Of  July Celebration Weekend!  Director: Sonia Arnold

July 22, 23, 24, 25 – 29, 30, 31 & AUGUST 1
Anything Goes
by Cole Porter, P.G Wodehouse, Guy Bolton,
Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse -- Director: Al Edick

August 19, 20, 21, 22
The Wizard of Wonderland  Description
Youth Production – Director: Sonia Arnold

September 9, 10, & 11 @ 8:00 pm and September 12 @ 3:00 pm
The 2nd Annual Broadway Cabaret Show
Directors: Mark and Sandi Thompson
Audition Dates: August 7 @ the Legion Hall from 3 to 5 pm

October 1 - 10   
Catch Me If You Can
A Comedy Thriller
This production replaces
Angel Street

November 12, 13, 14 & 19, 20, 21
by Mary Chase -- Directors: Bob and June Stacy

HARVEY is the funny and sentimental story of Elwood P. Dowd, and
his best friend an invisible, six-foot-tall rabbit named Harvey. Dowd
and his rabbit friend are well known and liked in the taverns around
town, but his relatives, who have come to live with him, are
embarrassed by his behavior and try to have him committed to an
insane asylum.

December 2, 3, 4, 5
The Christmas Carol Rag
by Norman Allen -- Director: Al Edick
Audition Dates: October 16 & 17  from 2 -4 pm @ Kier Building

In a spunky take on the Dickens classic, the story of Scrooge's
redemption is set in the exciting, ragtime world of New York, circa
1911. Evelyn Scrooge runs her sweatshop with an iron fist but slowly
opens her heart as she is visited by a Yiddish-spouting Ghost of
Christmas Past and a gospel-wailing Ghost of Christmas Present.  
With a wonderful score, this delightful show puts a new twist on an
old chestnut.

* PLEASE NOTE: Production Selections, Dates And Directors Are
Subject To Change!