BETC announces our new leadership team, effective July 2023: Managing Director Mark Ragan and Artistic Director Jessica Robblee.
As we return to live performance with this world premiere production of “Fourteen Funerals,” we are proud of what we learned and accomplished during the last twenty months and thrilled about the future of our company.
Food For Thought: “Fourteen Funerals”
The best way to prove a commitment to new plays is to produce them! So, how else does this play represent BETC’s continued commitment to developing thought-provoking, engaging new work for the stage?
Walking the walk on equitable wages
Employee compensation is something we at BETC have taken seriously since our earliest days. Now, we commit to going even further.
Food for Thought: JQA’s Journals
In 1779, at 12 years old, John Quincy Adams began a daily journal. His father John also kept a diary, while his mother Abigail corresponded in over 1,000 letters during their marriage. Abigail always knew her son loved writing. At one of their last meetings, she regretted that she had discouraged him from a career of crafting poetry and prose. Throughout his life as a prominent public servant, JQA continued
Post-pandemic, Colorado theatre company spreads its wings
With a new mission and name, BETC hit the road this summer with a new vision for theatre in Colorado.
Blooper Reel: The Nina Variations
Making digital theatre is hard. And fun. And silly. Check out the blooper reel from the making of The Nina Variations by Steven Dietz!
BETC Exclusive: Video Interview with Steven Dietz
BETC Associate Producer Heather Beasley sits down with Steven Dietz, author of The Nina Variations (and last season’s Bloomsday).
Video Interviews: The Realistic Joneses Cast
Enjoy these backstage video interviews from the cast and director of The Realistic Joneses, opening soon at Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company.
Video Interviews: Tiny Beautiful Things Cast
Enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at the rehearsal process for Tiny Beautiful Things.
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