By Matthew Capodicasa
Directed by David Sheehan

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May 13-14, 19-21, 26-28 @ 7:30pm

Adele has abandoned her law school plans and her social life to take care of her addled father – a man who has trouble remembering who she is. A chance encounter with a musician named Vincent might just be the best thing to ever happen to her. The catch: Vincent has a rare neurological condition – he has face blindness. This season’s Woodward/Newman Drama Award winning play explores what it’s like to love without recognition and how two people might just keep each other from disappearing.

Through BPP's Youth Education Program, over 13,000 kids have written new plays or performed on our stage. BPP operates the longest running and most trusted theatre education program in the area, with over 30 years of experience in arts education. We offer programming year-round for ages 5 and up and work closely with the MCCSC school system to teach theatre directly in the schools.

All of our classes and camps focus on the art of creating something new; whether it’s a new character, a new story, or a new play. Students learn to collaborate with others and become comfortable with their body and voices while in many of the programs learning the tools needed to write and create their own play.

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June 16th, 2016 at 6:30 - 9:00 pm
only at the Oliver Winery

This June, the BPP invites you to expand your dramatic palate with an all-new show featuring short comedic plays written by past BPP playwrights.

The BPP has gone out of their way to ensure that these shorts will pair perfectly with the delicious buffet dinner and those famous full-bodied and sweet Oliver wines. Vintage Scenes is the perfect excuse to escape to the country and enjoy everything a Bloomington summer has to offer.