Join The EDGE Improv for an ingeniously improvised evening of on-the-spot comedy, all from audience suggestions. For more than two decades, the troupe’s riotous antics have inspired rave reviews from people from all walks of life. The troupe performs at BPA on the first Saturday of each month, and their capers have earned a devoted community of followers. Read more.
Join us in the BPA Gallery November 4 for an artist reception and a fun evening of art, food, and friends. Paul Brians’ wide-ranging collection of photography depicts trees living, fallen, rotting, burned; as seen through their branches, bark, leaves, seeds, and flowers; and as backgrounds or frames for other subjects, people in trees, and trees in all seasons. Almost all of the photographs were taken on Bainbridge Island in gardens, parks, and other landscapes. Read more.more.
Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra kicks off its season with resplendent works by three of England’s finest composers, including Walton’s Crown Imperial: Coronation March, Elgar’s Enigma Variations, and Vaughan Williams’ Piano Concerto in C featuring pianist Cristina Valdés. Valdés is deemed to be one of today’s foremost interpreters of contemporary music and is currently an Artist-in-Residence at the University of Washington. Read more.more.
What if Albert Einstein and Pablo Picasso had met in a Parisian cafe in 1904? Steve Martin pits genius against genius with dizzying brilliance as the two spar over art and science, the source of inspiration, their respective libidos, and the promise and dreams of the 20th century. Read more.
Join us in the BPA Gallery for an artist reception and a fun evening of art, food, and friends. Painter Michael Pontieri says, “Utopia means no place but it is still worth the attempt to get there.” Pontieri’s October 2016 exhibit in the BPA Gallery features narrative acrylic paintings along with a smattering of mainly decorative watercolors in fancy second hand shop frames. Read more.more.
Troupe members dish out a delectably improvised evening of on-the-spot comedy, all from audience suggestions. For more than two decades, the troupe’s riotous antics have inspired rave reviews from people from all walks of life. Read more.
BPA’s team of theatre professionals works with volunteer cast members from Bainbridge, Kitsap, Seattle, and beyond to produce six Mainstage shows a year. Director Joanna Hardie is joined by Musical Director Elizabeth Faye and Choreographer Debbie Pierce to present this laugh-out-loud holiday tale of American Christmases past that has been cleverly re-wrapped as a new musical. “You’ll shoot your eye out!” Read more.