Ballard High School Playmakers presents
The Ballard High School Playmakers will start the year with their first-ever virtual production: the comedy Greater Tuna.
Live streamed November 5, 6 and 7 at 7 p.m
Greater Tuna will be live-streamed via a password-protected YouTube link. Purchasing a “streaming” ticket is the same as it is as buying a ticket to a traditional live production. You will receive an email with the link in it to view the show. NOTE: Though the ticket you buy will not indicate a specific date, the link is only good for one viewing, so make sure you have cleared your calendar to enjoy the show. It is NOT a live link that can be viewed at your pleasure or sent to others to watch the show when you are finished with it.
ALSO NEW THIS YEAR: Enjoy dinner AND a show--Tom Douglas Restaurants is putting together a fun southern-themed “Greater Tuna” takeout dinner box ($55 for two) to enjoy with the show.
Order the Tom Douglas Dinner at this link.
For any questions please contact Shawn Riley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Performing Arts Fundraiser
In lieu of the Spotlight Auction, The Ballard Performing Arts Booster Club will be running a direct giving campaign this fall to support the needs of BPA programs.
The School District only funds Director salaries, and the annual class fees we collect are applicable to specific program expenses. This year, these fees will be used for sheet music and software to support online learning & virtual performances.
The BPA Boosters Club raises additional money for everything else, from coaching, instruction and support for extracurricular groups, to administrative costs and much more.
While much remains uncertain about this year, the Boosters are committed to supporting current and future needs so that we can make the best of remote programming and set the stage for a strong and vibrant return. We will be in touch with details next month. Thank you in advance for your support of BPA!
We are lucky to once again offer you private voice lessons with one of our excellent voice faculty instructors. Lessons are a chance to work on personal skill development, learn solo repertoire, gain confidence in your singing voice, work on music reading and music theory, and get help preparing for solo auditions, Solos and Ensembles, and other opportunities.
2020-2021 Program Fees Due
Program Fees usually help to pay for buses, trips, uniforms and other supplies that support the students and the program. This year, due to virtual instruction, we will have fewer trips but different needs, like additional technology support to help our students play together and provide optimal instruction and performances. While your program fees will be used a bit differently, we ensure you that they will be put to great use in ensuring a high quality artistic experience for all students.
Annual Fees for band, orchestra, or choir: $155
Jazz I = $100
Jazz II = No Fee
To Pay Fees -
Online: Go to the "Payment and Ticket Sale" Tab and find your group. Create an account to keep track of payments.
By check/mail: Mail a check, with the name of your student and their group in the memo line to:
PO Box 17774 Seattle WA 98127