If you have never seen a show at BTE
you can attend your first for just $8.00!
What we can say right now is that the creative team at BTE has adapted to the challenges of this unpredictable time and is working diligently on a set of shows sure to delight, entertain, surprise, and move you, just as they always have.
This season thickets will be sold for each show only. No season tickets, packages, or subscriptions in 2021. Tickets will go on sale to the public approximately 30 days before opening night.
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It hasn't been a normal year. BTE's SEASON 43 won't be a normal season, but we promise it will be a memorable one.
The Ensemble is working on an interesting package of new shows for 2021. What's in the box? We're not telling (yet)!
Located in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, BTE has been producing compelling, award-winning theatre since 1978. Each season features plays selected by Ensemble members, a lively mix of classics, new and contemporary works, and audience favorites.
BTE's Theatre in the Classroom creates original educational plays for schools that are seen by hundreds of elementary students across Central Pennsylvania each year. BTE's Project Discovery presents shows from the current season to area high school students free of charge. The BTE Theatre School provides opportunities for adults and children to explore the art and craft of making live theatre.
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Coming in 2021 Patchworks: Life and Legends in the Coal Towns a virtual theatre education event.
BTE and WVIA-FM will present Charles Dickens’s beloved story of hope and redemption, A Christmas Carol, in a special radio broadcast on WVIA-FM on Sunday, December 20 at 12 Noon. The Original Adaptation for Radio by BTE’s James Goode is a Gift to the Community. Read more.
Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble today released a statement in response to the killing of George Floyd on May 25 in Minneapolis. Read more.
Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble today announced that it would be suspending live performances until at least January 2021. Read more.