Seven-year-old Ivy is quiet and loves to read books, especially books about magical spells, because she wants to be a witch. Bean is outgoing and would love it if the whole world knew who she is. When the two of them get together, there’s mischief and laughter at every turn—along with lessons to be learned about the challenges and joy of family, friendship, and love.
Brecksville Summer Theatre Camp: Collaboration Station!
One of the most overlooked theatre skills is teamwork! At BSTC campers will work together to create our their own unique production guided by area professionals (and inspired by Broadway legends). They will learn the skills you need to succeed in theatre both onstage and off! All while having a ton of fun—because that’s what the summer was meant for!
Camp sessions will include master classes in improvisation, stage combat, audition techniques, and interviews with local theatre professionals.Enroll Learn More
Explosive, passionate, and heartrending, A Streetcar Named Desire is modern American theatre at its best. When fading Southern belle Blanche DuBois arrives on the doorstep of her sister Stella’s apartment building in New Orleans, she is unwittingly entering a lion’s den. Wounded by romantic abuses, loss, and dangerous mistakes, Blanche prefers her world kept in dim, flattering light, fuzzy at the edges. She is shocked by Stella’s simple existence, her new low-class habits, and most of all, her crude, simple husband, Stanley. Stanley is fierce and unpredictable, moving from violence to softness in an instant, and he and Blanche begin a cruel, sadistic dance where the only possible end is pain. With his signature poetic prose, muggy Southern Gothic setting, and psychological insight, Tennessee Williams’ mighty play, and his troubled, eccentric heroine, unravel before our very eyes.
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