Theatre News- February 5th, 2019

Congrats to all the cast or Little Shop of Horrors.
You can purchase tickets for the shows on March 14-16, 21-23 @ 7:30pm here:

Freshman Lucy Laybourn is featured last week in the Seattle Times review of the Broadway touring performance of Dear Evan Hanson. Lucy is on the costuming team for Ballard’s upcoming production of Little Shop of Horrors.

Past News

Little Shop of Horrors Auditions: 
November 27th: Sing a prepared song of your choice. Limited it to 1 verse and 1 chorus. We would love to hear a song representative of the era – a Doo-wop chart, a Motown classic, or a piece from another musical similar to Little Shop. 
November 28th: Dancing. Not prepared. Wear clothing you can move in. 
November 29th: Callbacks. 
November 30th: Cast list posted. 

Students must have all the audition paperwork filled out and brought with them to the first day of auditions. Students must sign up for an audition time on the scene shop doors in the Black Box. Hard copies of the audition packet can be found in the Black Box or here: 
Audition Information 
Audition Contract
Rehearsal Availability Calendar 

Questions? See Mr. Riley or email him.
BiG LOVE is a success! Thank you to all of the BHS families and community members who attended the fall play. As you could see on the Facebook page and from the talk around town, the play stirred emotions with its timely message and stunning set and music. Art can at times be polarizing, and the theatre department appreciates those who chose to spend their evening with us. 

Little Shop of Horrors Audition Workshop:Wednesday, November 7th in the PAC. If you are interested in auditioning for Little Shop of Horrors, please attend this informative workshop. Click HERE for all the details.

“Buy” a seat in the Performing Arts Center for $50 and we will place a plaque with your name on the arm. You can use the opportunity to remember a loved one, print
a favorite verse or name of a performer, or simply mark your thoughtfulness. These funds will contribute significantly to the Ballard High School theatre. 400 seats are available. Don’t be left standing ...
choose your seat today.

Explore gender-politics, love, violence, and migration in Big Love

Broach several of today's most relevant cultural questions in Ballard High School Playmakers' new production of the seriocomedy Big Love. Inspired by a classic Greek tragedy, Big Love follows the tale of 49 Greek brides who have fled to Italy to avoid marrying their cousins. The grooms soon follow ready to claim what they consider theirs. You won't want to miss what happens next! Get to know the cast BIG LOVE Castlist

Ballard High School

1418 Northwest 65th Street, Seattle WA  98117

Ballard Performing Arts Booster Club  

PO Box 17774, Seattle, WA  98127

501(c)(3) organization  45-4436465