Spring 2020 Performances

BRCC Student Production: Laundry and Bourbon

Laundry and Bourbon, a comedy in one act by James McLure

In this bittersweet comedy, we find ourselves on a back porch in a small Texas town where Elizabeth is folding laundry and sipping bourbon and Cokes with her friend Hattie. As the two of them engage in idle gossip, the turmoil of Elizabeth's troubled marriage is slowly uncovered. As the plot continues to twist and turn, we see Elizabeth's true nature and the true nature of her relationship with Roy. Directed by Patrick New.

Fri-Sat, Feb 21-22 at 7 pm
Sun, Feb. 23 at 3 pm
Tickets: $15; Students: Free

Laundry and Bourbon Tickets

After Jack - CANCELLED 

Event cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions; tickets will be refunded.

After Jack trio "Hot Folk"

After Jack is an all-female “hot folk” vocal trio from Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. With infectious energy and vivid lyrics, the group’s sound is equal parts old-time square dance, gospel revival and feminist celebration. Original members Emily and Rachel Blankenship-Tucker met while working as actors in a professional theatre company. The couple has been making music together as After Jack since 2011. In 2019, they welcomed Catherine Backus, the trio’s newest member, who adds her own powerhouse songwriting and musicianship.

Friday, March 27 at 7 pm
Tickets: $15; Students: Free

After Jack Tickets

USS Indianapolis: Still at Sea - CANCELLED

Event cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions.

USS Indianapolis: Still at Sea

A very special presentation of the Secret Mission to deliver the Atomic Bomb, the Greatest Disaster at Sea in the History of the United States Navy, and the travesty and justice that followed. A story of the harrowing days and night spent in the ocean, the rescue of the surviving crew; court martial and exoneration of the captain; years of anguish and triumph, and finally the discovery of the ship deep in the Pacific Ocean, as told by Survivors, Historians, and Relatives of the Crew. A respectful and emotional program. You will not want to miss this!

Robert E. Plecker Center
Friday, April 3 at 10 am
Saturday, April 4 at 6 pm
Free event

Wit: A Drama in One Act - CANCELLED

Event cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions.

Wit: A drama in one act, winner of 1999 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, written by Margaret Edson

Vivian Bearing, a brilliant and uncompromising professor of English Literature, has been diagnosed with terminal ovarian cancer. Over the course of her treatment, she begins to seek the warmth and care that, in her quest for excellence, she denied her students during her many years of teaching. Through the agony of dying from a terminal illness, she learns a lesson of compassion; at her darkest hour she is shown mercy from her nurse, Susie Monahan, and her mentor, Professor E.M. Ashford. Wit is a poignant and humorous look at life, death, poetry, and compassion.

Thurs – Sat, Apr 23-25 at 7 pm
Sun, Apr. 26 at 3 pm
Tickets: $15; Students: Free
Sponsored by the Nursing Connections Student Club
All proceeds benefit The Bridge Fund at Augusta Health

Wit Tickets

Theatre Workshop for Youth presents: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland - CANCELLED

Event cancelled due to COVID-19 precautions.

Theatre Workshop for Youth presents:  Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Follow that rabbit to a delightful, entertaining world of childhood fantasies. Alice journeys into a world of talking animals, comic royalty and races where the contestants run in circles! There are also the Mad Hatter’s frantic tea party, the watch-carrying White Rabbit and talking flowers. Along the way Alice must deal with a sneezing duchess and a baby that turns into a pig! The finale has Alice watching a trial, but she suddenly finds herself the accused! The play gives a modern view to an old classic, where nonsense makes quite good sense.

Thurs – Sat, May 28-30 at 7 pm
Sun, May 31 at 3 pm
Tickets: $15; Students: Free

Wonderland Tickets