The COVID Pandemic has changed all of our plans. Instead of the 84th year, we planned, we are offering you our Off-Stage Season, a safe and digital experience. We are also pleased to bring you these offerings for free! Each of these events will be available online for your safety and that of our performers. If you missed any, check the link to see what you missed. Sign up for our mailing list to keep up to date as we add more performances, panels, and presentations.
Previous: still available to view
Join us on November 19, 7 pm
The actors and directors will hold a talkback webinar to discuss what it was like to work through the pandemic.
Use this link to register
Scenic Design with April Beiswenger
Held September 17th: Click here to watch recording
Costume Design with April Beiswenger
Held September 24th: Click here to watch recording
PostIts, Pencils & Paperwork!
The Basics of Stage Management
with Erin Gerard & Chad Bishop
Held October 1st: Click here to watch recording
Director's Panel Conversation with
Craig Berken, Kristi Skrinska & Dave Zochert
Held October 8th: Click here to watch recording
Actor's Panel Conversation with Lyle Becker, Lina Green, Bill Sergott, Jami Thompson & Eric Westphal
Held October 22nd, Click here to watch recording.
Lighting Design for the Stage with April Beiswenger
Held October 15th: Click here to watch recording.
Death and Beauty with April Beiswenger
Held October 29th Click here to watch recording.
To Do or Not to Do: Make Up for the Stage with Christopher Russo
LIVE December 3, 7 pm Registration available soon:
Cornered by Robert Patrick
An online production Dates to be Announced
What do you want to know? All your questions about GBCT answered!
Date to be announced: Registration available soon:
We are working on even more events, stay tuned to stay in touch while staying socially distant!
For everyone's safety, the shows we planned for our 84th Season will have to wait a year. So our
2020-2021 season becomes our 2021-2022 season and it will be filled with friends and family sharing four wonderful shows: Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple, Tom Dudzick’s Greetings!, Norm Foster’s
The Gentleman Clothier and the Jones, Hope, Wooten farce The Red Velvet Cake Wars. Such great shows for you and for our performers, directors, and designers! We wait a little longer until we can bring these plays to you. Our current plan is to reopen Robert Brault Playhouse in April 2021 with our postponed April of 220 play Things My Mother Taught Me by Katherine DiSalvio. Be sure to join our mailing list to stay updated.