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OUR 63rd SEASON

Virtual Thursday—each Thursday at 7:30pm

Virtual theatre experiences will be offered every Thursday at 7:30p.m. beginning April 23 and continuing until we can be together again.
Included will be pre-recorded performances, live staged readings, and Studio B open stage nights where all are welcome. The purpose of Studio B is to allow for open collaboration and the development of new theatre and new talent.
We’re also working on a Curbside Cabaret event—stay tuned!

This week: Thurs. 7/30—Connections

by Jared Reynolds

Jared Reynolds is a writer, director and actor as well as a reviewer for Broadway World. Connections is a group of short plays centered around the theme of emotional connection. The short plays are sweet, funny, suspenseful, and thought provoking. Performed in series, they provide a relevant insight into human relationships.

The cast features David Anctil, Al Bhatt, Elizeth Brito, Mailyn Brito, Emma Burke-Covitz, Sarah Denn, Sean Latasa, and Noah Liebowitz.

View "Connections" at 7:30pm on Thursday, July 30—the video will appear below

 

COMING UP:

Thurs. 8/6—Studio B—Mostly Monologues
The stage is yours! Scenes, songs, monologues, and poems. Live or pre-recorded. Sign up by 8/2.

Thurs. 8/13—Virtual Cast Party
An open house cast party open to all those who have participated in Virtual Thursday so far.

Thurs. 8/20—Staged reading of “The Monroe Doctrine” by Mark Scharf
What does success mean in America? What does it mean when you don't make it? It is Memorial Day weekend at Real Monroe's trailer home on Hog Island on Maryland's eastern shore. He attempts to gather his family to meet the wishes of his father, a Korean War veteran and assisted living facility refugee. Expectations and reality collide leaving Real scrambling for solid ground in a shifting landscape of obligations and power. The play can be thought of as an elegy to the lost place of the artist in the world and to twentieth-century versions of masculinity, the ideal now which is ever-changing like a shapeshifter with amnesia.
Cast list to be announced.

Thurs. 8/27—There will be no Virtual Thursday this week. Instead, we will present a special subscribers-only performance of American Son by Christopher Demos-Brown on Saturday, 8/29 at 4pm (rain date 8/30), directed by Todd Santa Maria, starring Jaime Guite, Aaron Kaplan, Tommy Ovitt, Brian Edward

More ideas and projects are in the works including a possible “Curbside Cabaret”! Please watch for emails or Facebook announcements as these projects get developed.

Did you miss any Virtual Thursday events? Watch them here: YouTube

 

Please consider donating to Brookfield Theatre to help continue our mission of making the arts accessible to everyone in our region.

 

Brookfield Theatre 2020 Season

Announcing: 2020 Subscriptions

Note: Due to the current pandemic, Brookfield Theatre will remain closed for the time being. Please stay home & stay safe! Our actors, directors, and creative team members are at home rehearsing and working on bringing you the best in community live entertainment—as soon as it’s safe to do so. Best wishes from the Brookfield Theatre family.

Bare—A Pop Opera

July 2016

Suite Surrender

November 2018

A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant & A Prayer

February 2017

Andrew Lippa’s The Wild Party

September 2018

Bent

Voted OnStage best play of 2017

Fresh Baked Musicals

August 2018 new music event

Damn Yankees

July 2017

Noises Off!

November 2017

The Lion In Winter

March 2018

Brookfield Theatre for the Arts

an all volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization

Brookfield Theatre is dedicated to providing quality live performances and educational opportunities to the Brookfield region. Our regular season consists of five community theater shows chosen to provide a meaningful and entertaining experience that will appeal to a wide ranging audience. Additional workshops and special events are added throughout the year to provide more diverse offerings and creative opportunities. Included is our Spotlight Program, a free learning experience for young performers - by appointment. Along with live performances, Brookfield Theatre offers a gallery space for area artists to show their work and provide more depth to the cultural experience of theater-goers.

Special thanks to house photographer Stephen Cihanek.

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