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2022 Season

The Glass Menagerie

Oxytocin Actually

A Common Mortal

2023 Season

The Masked Rider in How the West was Won(ky)

Ongoing

Room for Improvment: the Improvfessionals

The Glass Menagerie

BATS Theatre will perform the Tennessee Williams classic at Spor 5 from May 20-22. Tickets on sale now!

The Glass Menagerie is Tennessee William’s semi-autobiographical masterpiece. This poignant and funny memory play tells the story of an American family’s struggles during a time when the world appears to be descending into war. Amanda Wingfield is a former debutante who obsessively relives her glory days. Her daughter, Laura, is a terribly shy recluse whose future looks painfully bleak. Tom, Amanda’s son, is a frustrated factory worker who has been saddled with the burden of supporting his mother and sister following his father’s abandonment of the family. He wants desperately to escape his confines. To do this, he must find a suitor for his sister. The closest thing he has to a friend is a co-worker named Gio. He introduces Gio to his sister in hopes of being able to escape his situation without having to bear the guilt of leaving her destitute.

Runtime 2 hours with intermission
Under 18 require a “vergeordning” and a chaperone 25+ who is not drinking alcohol. This can be handled at the venue upon arrival. The play is not recommended for under 13.

Room for Improvment: The Improvfessionals

BATS Theatre has branched out into a regular comedy improv show. The Imrovfessionals are a small troupe of BATS Theatre members who rotate in the lineup for a monthly performance.

Check out the February 24 performance on YouTube.

Watch them at Musikkstuen Påfyll. Next performance on June 2. No cover.

Autumn dates coming soon!

     

    Oxytocin Actually

    Oxytocin Actually, a play by Wendy Pagler, is a comical, theatrical performance about the numerous benefits of the hormone oxytocin.

    Performances in September 2022 at Folken. Ticket information coming soon.

    A Common Mortal

    A Common Mortal is a collaboration between BATS Theatre and Dag Vagle. The play, written by Lisa Watson and directed by James Goldwater, combine theatre performance with live music composed especially for the play. Live music is performed by Dag Vagle and Bjarte Mo. This is a unique theatre experience in Stavanger. The play is based on real events following Stanislav Petrov and the 1983 Oko nuclear incident.

    Performances October 2022 at Spor5. Ticket information coming soon.

    The Masked Rider in How the West was Won(ky)

    BATS Theatre announces the upcoming panto written by our own Terry Thorpe!

    In the lawless town of Fumblewood, Dame Dillinger and her hapless son, Dick are doing their best to get by, despite the schemings of an evil rancher and his henchmen, hell bent on taking over the town. When the Fumblewood Stage and the Sheriff are ambushed, it falls to the hapless Deputy Dick to keep the peace. It seems all is lost until a mysterious masked stranger rides into town.

    Performances in January 2023 at Folken. Ticket information coming soon.