Join us for the Holiday comedy The Twelve Dates of Christmas by Ginna Hoben

Performances are Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m. from November 24 through December 17, 2023, at the Kennedy Catholic High School theater space (140 S 140th St, Burien, WA 98168) - free parking and entrance around the back of the building - follow the signs!

(Masks are required at all performances. Don't have a mask? BAT will give you one!)


Mary’s engagement falls apart—just in time for the holidays. When her foray into a year of hilarious and strange dates threatens to get her down for good, can the earnestness of youth give her a fresh outlook on life and love? See a solo actor portray all of the characters in this hilarious and heartwarming holiday show.


Contains some adult language and adult content.



Maggie Larrick and Rochelle Flynn.



This is a one-person show.

Mary - Devin Rodger


The show runs approx. 80-90 minutes with no intermission.


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NEXT UP AT BAT - Trouble in Mind, by Alice Childress - DETAILS

Fridays at Saturdays at 8 pm, and Sundays at 2 pm from February 9, 2024, through March 3, 2024.


DIRECTED BY: Jasmine Lomax


1957. Rehearsals begin on what everyone hopes will be Broadway’s next big hit. But social norms and prejudices collide, and so Wiletta Mayer, a gifted Black actress, will finally get to play the lead role in a Broadway show if she’s willing to compromise her principles. Funny, moving, and a look at identity, ego, and racism in the high-stakes world of New York theatre. This 1955 comedy-drama—planned for Broadway but canceled when the playwright wouldn’t change its ending—finally made its triumphant Broadway premiere in 2021.






Waiting in the wings:

Red, by John Logan - DETAILS

Fridays and Saturdays at 8 pm and Sundays at 2 pm from April 10 through May 12, 2024.


The awe-struck Ken arrives at the New York studio of the abstract expressionist in the late 1950s. The artist, Mark Rothko, has been commissioned to paint a series of murals for the prestigious Four Seasons restaurant for a fee of several thousand dollars. (About $375,000.00 in 2024 dollars.)

True to the man it explores, “Red” revolves around a great contradiction. “Red” is a perfectly formed work with dialogue that crackles along. It has snippets of humor at just the right moments. When asked why he never paints outdoors, Rothko replies, “Nature doesn’t do it for me. The light’s all wrong.”

“Red” won the 2010 Tony Award for best new play.



This Summer BAT takes it to the Parks!

Fallen Angels a comedy by the English playwright Noël Coward.


DIRECTED BY: Rachel Rene


Performance schedule:


Federal Way in Steel Lake Park,

Normandy Park in Marvista Park,

SeaTac in Riverton Heights Park,

Burien in Burien Town Square Park,

Covington in Covington Community Park & Soccer Field,

Des Moines in Des Moines Beach Park (in the meadow),



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