B8 Theatre Company's Educational Program starts January 2018
with classes for a range of age groups and levels of experience.
Be sure to sign up before December 31 to get the Early Bird Discount!
Creative Kids: Ages 3 – 5
Fridays, January 19 - May 18
10:00am to 10:50am
Young Actors 1: Acting Techniques for 2nd and 3rd Graders
Thursdays, January 11 - May 17
4:00pm to 5:15pm
Improv for Middle and High School Students
Tuesdays, January 9 - May 15
4:00pm to 5:00pm
(Note:classes will be on break April 2-6)
For class and instructor details, please see B8 EDUCATION
What work would you like to see B8 do? As an Actor, Director, Designer, Playwright, or member of the community, we want to hear your ideas! To submit a Project Proposal, go to our Be Involved page to learn more about how to get your production ideas considered
B8 aims to be an inclusive member of the Bay area theatre community, and is always looking for new talent to collaborate with. To receive audition notifications, please go to
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2292 Concord Blvd. (@Colfax), Concord, CA 94520
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Jubilee by Susan Sobeloff
Directed by Peet Cocke
February 15 – March 4, 2018
In a dystopian future, two generations of a family struggle to cope with the consequences and legacy of their country's civil war. Three sisters come into adulthood facing wrenching choices between their family loyalty to the state and their desire to rebuild the government.
Tartuffe by Molière
Directed by Jeremy Cole
April 5 - 22, 2018
One of the French theatre’s most famous comedies, Molière’s brilliant farce Tartuffe skewers religious hypocrisy and remains as relevant today as when it was first performed (and censored) in 1664.
A Doll's House by Henrik Ibsen
Directed by JanLee Marshall
June 7 - 23, 2018
A contemporary adaptation of a classic work. Join us as we set A Doll's House in today’s world with a woman of color in a biracial marriage finding her own voice and how to make it heard. Considered by many to be the first truly feminist play ever written, we look at feminism, race, and what it takes to be true to one's self in today's world.