BTC PRESENTS: “APPROVED” A Broadway Revue

04/24/2021 7:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Wheeler High School Auditorium
Address: 587 W 300 N Valparaiso, IN 46385

Join BTC as we present our musical this year! This revue is made up of songs from shows we couldn’t do in whole as a school! Join us for songs from musicals like; Heather’s; Rent; Dear Evan Hansen; Aida; and many more! Ticket price is a goodwill donation at the door! We are also streaming our show; and that information and ticket can be found at www.bearcattheatre.org!

If you choose to come to the performance IN PERSON; your information is below!
The 23rd and 24th will be at 7PM; and the 25th will be at 2PM. You will be able to purchase tickets at the door. No advance sales will be made for the in person performances. A donation is all we are asking for this event and it is general seating. We will also be streaming the production for the weekend. If you are looking to watch the stream; be see information below.

If you choose to STREAM the performance to your home; your information is below!
If you are choosing to stream the production instead of coming in person; you can purchase your streaming pass right now! The link below will take you to our ticket purchasing site. When you buy your stream; you will be able to watch the show anytime you wish from 1 AM Friday the 23rd until 11 PM Sunday the 25th. There is no specific time; it is whenever you want to tune in. Your $2 streaming charge covers your whole house; and you SHOULD NOT purchase multiple streams for multiple members of family in your household that will watch the show with you. There is also a processing fee that will be added to your ticket; this is a cost from the ticketing agency for Credit Card Fees. If you don’t want to purchase your streaming ticket now; you will be able to purchase it until 10PM on Sunday the 28th of February.

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