La Llorona: A Love Story by Kathleen Anderson Culebro
February 7 – 24, 2019

Tradition, superstition, & love collide in this story of American executive, Jeffrey, and his pregnant wife, who find themselves in Mexico City moving into the home of Carlos and Irma who have been forced to rent it in order to support themselves. Jeffrey loves his wife and is willing to do anything to make her happy. Irma loves her husband so she ignores the warnings of La Llorona, who cautions of dire consequences for her family. La Llorona navigates this haunting love story with humor and suspense that will have you on the edge of your seat. Directed by Adam Adolfo.

MEET THE CAST

SATURDAY “SIT DOWN” WITH THE DIRECTOR: Saturday, February 16, 2019, at 2:00 PM join us, before the 3:00 PM matinee, for an informal discussion with Adam Adolfo, the Director of La Llorona: A Love Story on how this powerful and beautiful production.  This Sit Down with the Director is FREE. Tickets for the 3:00 PM performance can be purchased online, HERE. #BATClallorona

Down for #TheCount Women’s Theatre Festival
March 21 – April 7, 2019

Featuring these 6 Fierce Female Voices; France-Luce Benson, Emily Mann, Kat Ramsburg, Kiana Rivera, Gabrielle Denise Pina, and Blue McElroy

Back for a fourth year, BATC’s Down for #TheCount is a one-act play festival featuring six dynamic female playwrights from diverse social and ethnic backgrounds articulating the strong female voice in this #MeToo movement. The festival breathes life into their compelling, hilarious, and heartbreaking stories. True to BATC’s mission, Down for #The Count is a vital platform for the perpetuation of innovative theatrical productions where a variety of female voices may be heard. Directed by Camika Spencer.

Suitable for audiences ages 18 and above for STRONG LANGUAGE and ADULT CONTENT.

What is The Count? Click Here for a study commissioned by The Lilly Awards In Partnership With The Dramatists Guild.

SATURDAY “SIT DOWN” WITH THE DIRECTOR: Saturday, March 30, 2019, at 2:00 PM join us, before the 3:00 PM matinee, for an informal discussion with Camika Spencer, the Director of Down For #TheCount.  This Sit Down Event with the Director is FREE. Tickets for the 3:00 PM performance can be purchased online, HERE.

The Real James Bond Was Dominican
Written & Performed by Christopher Rivas
Regional Premiere
May 17 – 19, 2019

What happens when a Dominican boy in Queens—with an imagination far beyond his shell, who won’t go anywhere without his nerf gun and is obsessed with James Bond—finds out that the real  James Bond was Dominican? This is a true story about Porfirio Rubirosa, Ian Fleming’s inspiration for Bond and how this discovery set off a whole tragi-comic journey for a young, Dominican actor-to-be. The Real James Bond Was Dominican is a young man’s guide to love, sex, color, code-switching, white-washing, success, fake-it-till-you-make-it, and the roller coaster of finding one’s true self. Directed by Daniel Banks.