Contact Us for information or tickets

(828) 884-2587
TheBrevardLittleTheatre@gmail.com

PROGRAMS

Readers' Theatre

Held at the Silvermont Opportunity Center whose mission is to invigorate and enhance the quality of life for adults over the age of sixty in Transylvania County by providing a range of services, activities, programs, and opportunities designed to encourage active aging and improve the health and well-being of older adults in our community.

Held every Monday from 1 PM - 2 PM at Silvermont Opportunity Center, 364 East Main St.

* Read one act plays, scenes, monologues and radio and television scripts in a relaxed atmosphere.

* No auditions or memorizing required

* Completely free

* Drop ins and audience members are always welcome and appreciated

* Contact Julie Vorus at  (828) 884-3166 or jnv79@comporium.net for more information

BLT - TO - GO

Want to try acting, but would like to start "small"? Are you an actor, but don't have time for a regular production?

Then .... BLT-To-Go is just right for you! BLT-To-Go is Brevard Little Theatre's troupe of "occasional actors," who make themselves available to provide free entertainment to non-profit organizations in Transylvania and surrounding counties. As a member of BLT-To-Go, you will:

* Perform roles of your choice, in pieces ranging from 5-minute skits to 30-minute one-act plays, usually with 1-3 other actors. If you don't already have material, we'll help you find some -- and provide acting instruction and direction as needed. You will not need to memorize lines, as we read from scrips.

* Perform according to your own schedule: Members and their associated skits are on a standing "menu" of available material. If your skit appears to fit an organization's request, we call you; if you're not available for that particular event, we call someone else.

* Perform before small, appreciative audiences; usually 20-50 people, who are always grateful for your efforts -- and who may even give you a free meal!

* Perform in casual settings; community centers, fellowship halls, dining rooms -- not on a stage with bright lights, sets and formal props.

* Provide a service to the community: The BLT-To-Go entertainment is often the high point of the organization's gathering.

* Help BLT: BLT-To-Go produces publicity and goodwill for BLT; and although they're not required to do so, the receiving organizations often make donations too.

Contact Julie Vorus at  (828) 884-3166 or jnv79@comporium.net for more information. If you belong to an organization that would like to arrange for a BLT-To-Go show, Julie will be happy to talk to you about that too.

Below is the cast of BLT To Go at a rehearsal for a performance for the VIPS (Visually Impaired Persons), an organization that meets at College Walk once a month. Actors are L to R, BLT members, Anne Munch, Al Edick, Annette Hobbs, and Carolyn Winchester.  Standing is Julie Vorus, BLT To Go Coordinator.