Scream by Maya Levy
Four friends test their voices and ranges by practicing screaming.
Playthings by Mark Saunders
Playthings brings a toy soldier, a teddy bear, and a Barbie doll to life in a small attic. Their brief struggle to avoid being sold at a yard sale.
Weather – Or Not by Carl Webster Pierce
An elderly married couple try to listen to the news on the radio, but station interference takes the news reports in a different direction.
Person-In-The-Street Interview by Bill Majeski
A local TV reporter interviews several people as they pass by on the street for a news cast.
Babel’s In Arms by David Ives
A short play from ‘Lives of the Saints’. Two blue-collar Mesopotamian construction workers are handed a provocative task: Build the Tower of Babel, or else! How many stones does it take to get to heaven, anyway?
The True Story of Cinderella by Francesca Peppiatt
A modern-day twist on the traditional Cinderella tale.
Friend by Sara Lyons
A marine biologist in the field and a lost young Great White Shark become unlikely friends in this five-minute play, consisting of two interwoven monologues.
The Morning Dew by Garrett Rifkind ‘22
A short fable based off a Cambodian Folktale. Written by BT student Garrett Rifkind ’22.
Geometry by Anton Dudley
When shapes can work together and when they can’t.
Ex-Wives from the Broadway Musical Six written by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss
Ex-Wives is the opening number to the Broadway musical Six. Six is a musical comedy and modern retelling of the lives of the six wives of Henry VIII presented as a pop concert, as the wives take turns singing and telling their story to see who suffered the most due to Henry and should, therefore, become the group's lead singer.