Blaine Community Theater

“The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)” Opens Friday!



One of theater’s most beloved shows by both audiences and actors alike, “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)”, written by Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Winfield, is a whirlwind comedic sprint through all 37 of Shakespeare’s plays. Starring Alex Gehringer, Danielle Cheyenne Palmer, and Rossner Randolph, and directed by Nick McDonald, it promises to shake the dust and cobwebs off of The Bard’s works and change the way you look at theater.

“The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)” will run August 9, 10, 16, & 17th at 7:00 PM and August 11 & 18 at 2:00 PM in Blaine High School’s Black Box Theater. Tickets are $15, $13 for students and seniors, and will be the first production to qualify for our “Repeat Offender” program. Bring back a ticket from an earlier performance, and see the show again for a Repeat Offender price of only $5! Tickets sold at the door, payable by cash, check or card.

If you’re unfamiliar with the location of Blaine High School’s black box theater, pleaseĀ  refer to the graphic below. There is still ongoing construction at Blaine High School, so we recommend parking in the main parking lot, located in the yellow square below (accessed from Boblett St.). Follow the sidewalks on the pink path to the theater, the location of the pink square. Seating for the show will begin a half-hour before show time.

BHS Theater

Seeking Summer Theater Volunteers!


We’re looking for a few good hands to join us for a couple of theater projects this summer:



The second year of a new tradition, we’re helping out Blaine-Birch Bay Parks & Recreation by putting together a water balloon show for Pirate Daze on August 3rd, from 10 AM to 2 PM. Pirate Daze is ran in conjunction with the Blaine Chamber of Commerce’s Drayton Harbor Days, a weekend long maritime event with things to do happening all over the Blaine area the first weekend of August. BBBP&R holds Pirate Daze as a kids-focused activity day at Blaine’s Marine Park, with several events for kids and ending in a large water fight.

For our part, BBBP&R asks us to hold a water balloon show during the event, where we put on several free performances of an abridged version of “The Pirates of Penzance” throughout the day, and have water balloons for sale that the audience can throw at the actors during the show.

We’re still seeking a couple more performers for small roles in the show. You don’t have to be a proficient actor or a proficient singer (anything approaching a quality performance flies out the window as soon as the balloons start flying), just be willing to show up to some of the rehearsals and to be a target for delighted kids tossing water balloons.


“The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged)” is less than a month from opening, and its time to find some people to help out behind the scenes. “Complete Works” is a fast-paced comedy that can’t happen without dedicated crew members helping with costumes changes and prop placing throughout the show. We’re also always looking for people who are willing to help source costumes and props, help out with the front-of-house duties (ticket sales, ushering, etc.) and light and sound operators.


If you or someone you know might be interested in helping us out with either or both of these projects, please reach out to us through the Contact Page or by emailing us at

Auditions for The Complete Works of William Shakespeare [abridged]

CoverShotCroppedSeeking actors for one of modern theater’s most beloved shows…

Blaine Community Theater is very excited to announce that we are having auditions for our next production, “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare [abridged]” by Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Winfield!

Rather than doing a large cattle call audition (which we’ve had poor luck with in the past), we’ll be asking interested auditioners to contact us either through the Contact page or at our email at From there, we’ll let you know when and where the general audition is occurring (and attempting to make other arrangements for anyone unable to make the general audition).

There are roles for 3 actors; any age and gender is fine, so long as you’re able to keep up high energy and can interact with a crowd. For auditions, we’ll be asking that auditioners prepare a short Shakespearean monologue and come ready to tell an short interesting anecdote about themselves.

The rehearsal schedule is going start June 24, and performances will run from August 9 to 18 at the Blaine High School Black Box Theater.

If you have any questions, feel free to visit our Contact page, or email us at


Announcing The BCT Play Reading Group

PlayReadingGroupLove theater, but now sure how to get involved?

Sign up for the Blaine Community Theater Play Reading Group! At least once a month, the BCT Play Reading Group will be meeting up to read a play as a group and have a discussion on it afterwards. Plays read in the group may be up for consideration as future BCT productions, or maybe just a play that the members want to share with each other.

Meetings will be hosted by willing group members, and as such meetings will be limited in size. To meet potential demand, we will be making a list of interested Play Reading Group members so we can rotate members through as meetings occur, giving everyone a chance to participate.

For more information, visit the BCT Play Reading Group page, or contact us either through the Contact page or by emailing

The Norman Conquests

Has been cancelled.

Due to lack of interest, we are sorry to announce that “The Norman Conquests” will not be produced by Blaine Community Theater this summer. We are sorry for any disappointment, and will let everyone know soon what our next production will be.