BETC brings wonderful new plays to the Boulder stage, presenting exciting and vibrant stories that will entertain and inspire you. Whether you’re looking for something to do in Boulder tonight, this weekend, or over the holidays, BETC is the place to be.
While birding in their backyard over the course of a decade, a father and daughter struggle to understand the parts of one another that defy understanding. Their politics and personal views couldn’t be more different, but family bonds compel their annual migration. This gorgeously written family drama, full of humor and insight, explores how we connect with the people we just can’t fly away from.
Part of Birders Weekend: Friday 10/27, after our 7:30 p.m. performance: A conversation on conservation issues with Susan Bonfield and David Schimel. Schimel is a senior climate researcher at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and a recipient of the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for his work on the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report. Bonfield is Executive Director of Environment for the Americas, which works with biologists and educators to raise awareness of climate change and its effects on bird conversation efforts.
A world premiere! Winner of the 2016 BETC Generations new play competition!
Please note: Birds of North America contains mild adult language and content, so may not be suitable for patrons under 13 years old. Parental discretion advised. Children under six years old and babes-in-arms are not permitted.
To purchase tickets by phone, call the box office at (303) 444-7328.