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Done to Death – October 28, 29, 30, 2021

Bishop Chatard Theatre invites you to their performance of Fred Carmichael’s murder mystery ‘Done to Death’.

The play follows five has-been mystery fiction writers who are brought to the mysterious Vulture’s Vault to collaborate on and write a new murder mystery TV series. When real murders start to happen, hilarity ensues.

  • Showtime is 7:00 p.m.
  • Doors open 30 minutes before each show.
  • Online ticket sales will close 2 hours before each show.
  • Tickets can be purchased at the door if they are still available.
  • Parking for the Friday performance: Please plan to arrive early to avoid any parking difficulties due to the football game also taking place at this time.
  • COVID Precautions: Social distancing will not be followed in the seating arrangement. Masks are highly recommended for those who are not vaccinated, vulnerable individuals or those who are more comfortable wearing a mask.

Tickets and Seating

  • Ticket Cost: You choose the amount you’d like to pay! Simply enter any dollar amount during checkout. A free-will offering of $8-$10/ticket will help cover the cost of scripts, props, and other items. Thank you!
  • All seating will be on the floor or in the risers. No bleacher seating will be used.
  • All seating is reserved by seat via our online ticket sales.
  • Seats still available for a show will be sold at the door.
Purchase Tickets or LiveStream

Livestreaming and Recorded Video

  • The Friday evening performance will be livestreamed.
  • Livestreaming access can be purchased online for $10. This purchase will also allow you to view the recorded show until Sunday, Oct. 31, at midnight.
  • Livestream/recording sales will close on Sunday at noon.

FAQS and Tips

  1. Ordering tickets for multiple shows: Choose your seats for one show. On the Checkout Page, use the ‘CONTINUE SHOPPING’ button to find and order tickets for other shows.
  2. I’ve lost my eticket email: Simply open the ticketing link above. On the bottom of the page, there is a link to resend your tickets. Enter the email you used to order the ticket, and it will be re-sent to you!
  3. I need to change the dates on my tickets: Email Christine Haas at with your original purchase information and the change you want to make. She’ll also take care of any other questions you might have.
  4. I can’t seem to find the link to view my livestream order: If you order before around 5p.m. on Friday, you will be emailed the link separately around 6:00 p.m. on Friday. If you don’t receive it, please check your spam box. If you order after these times, you will automatically recieve the link in your confirmation email. Check this space for any updates on this topic.
About the Play
Footloose is the story of Ren McCormack, a teenage boy from Chicago. He and his mother move to the small town of Bomont after his father abandons them. Upon arriving, Ren finds himself at odds with most of the town, including the Reverend Bomont. The Reverend has convinced the town to outlaw dancing, which Ren finds unbelievable. With the help of Ariel (the Reverend’s daughter) and Willard (a country hick who becomes his best friend), Ren convinces the Reverend to let the teenagers dance, and in the process helps the town to heal from a tragedy that affected them all. View the Program in PDF format

Tickets and Seating

To safely gather for the play, our spring musical has the following seating. Household groups will be seated together, but social distanced from other groups.

Revised Seating Chart for Footloose

  • All tickets are reserved online. No tickets will be available at the show. Ticket sales will close 2 hours before the show.
  • Reserve your tickets by region in the theatre: North Bleachers, South Bleachers, or Floor seating.
  • Our parent volunteers will seat your group of ticket holders together in your purchased region, but socially distanced from other groups there.
  • There is a NEW limit of 40 people for each bleacher side and 120 people on the floor.
  • Doors open 30 minutes before the show.
  • Ticket Questions? Contact Amy Taylor at

Live Streaming

Family and friends from near and far will be able to watch the show via our live-streaming!

  • The Saturday performance will be streamed live.
  • Order your access through the ticket form. Your link will be emailed to you upon submission.

New Play Festival logo
May 2, 3, 4, 2019
Kyle Guyton Theatre
Look for ticket sales in Mid-April.

New Play Festival logo
Seniors shine as they direct these one act plays to create a memorable theatre experience.
When: December 7, 2019 (Saturday)
1:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m. Each play will be presented in each performance.
Where: BCHS Kyle Guyton Theatre (Room 102)
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The Plays

  • This is a Test by Stephen Gregg; directed by Jillian Hurley, Gabi Kramer & Molly Lockrem
  • 13 Ways to Screw Up Your College Interview by Ian McWethy; directed by Mary Horlander and Ana Apfelbacher
  • Everyone Gets Abducted by Aliens by Marshall Pailet; directed by Grayson Cates & Liam Wojciechowski
  • Paper of Plastic? by Werner Trieschmann; directed by Grace Timpe & Nora Barth
  • Lock Down by Douglas Craven; directed by Hayden Redleman
  • The Absolute Most Cliched Elevator Play in the History of the Entire Universe: A Short Comedy by Werner Trieschmann; directed by Lucy Kellison and Hector Jimenez


  • General Public tickets are $7; BCHS students and staff are $3. North Deanery students with a Future Trojan pass are free.
  • Only 100 tickets will be sold per performance.
  • Online ticket sales will end on Friday, Dec. 6.
  • All tickets are general seating, first come – first served.
  • Doors opens 30 minutes before the show.
  • All sales are final.
  • In the event of a sell-out, pre-purchased tickets will be released 5 minutes before ‘curtain time’.
  • Ticket Questions? Contact Lori Hurley at

Ticket Information

Reserved Seating (Online Sales)

Choose your seat on the floor or risers and purchase tickets online. Online sales will close 3 hours before the show. You will receive an e-ticket in your email after your registration for admittance to the show.

  • General Public: $10
  • BCHS Students with student ID: $3
  • BCHS Faculty & Staff: $3
  • North Deanery students with Future Trojan Pass: $3
  • BCHS Alumni on Alumni Night (Friday only): $5
  • Children under 5 years: Free
Purchase Reserved Seating Tickets
  • To start, select the performance date.
  • In the performance, click on the section you’d like to sit in. Use the ‘Jump To’ button on that page (Step 2) to view the availability of seats in each section. On Step 3, choose the ticket type and any other products you’d like to purchase and proceed.
  • Look for the ‘Continue Shopping’ button in Step 4 to purchase tickets for different sections or different days in one transaction.
  • Lost your eticket that was emailed to you after payment? At any time, you can return to the ticket sales page above and you will see a ‘resend ticket’ link at the bottom where you can enter the email you used to originally purchase the ticket and it will be re-sent to you.
  • Ticket Questions? Contact Lori Hurley at

General Admission Seating (Purchase at the door)

Tickets can be purchased at the box office on the day of the show for bleacher seats or floor seats that are still available. Cash or check only are accepted. The box office opens 30 minutes before the show.

  • General Public: $12
  • BCHS Students with student ID: Free
  • BCHS Faculty & Staff: $3 or free with pass
  • BCHS Alumni on Alumni Night (Friday): $5
  • North Deanery students with Future Trojan Pass: Free
  • Children under 5 years: Free
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2017 Senior Directed One Act Plays – Day of Ridiculousness

Five different one act plays directed by current BCHS seniors!sroneacts2016-thumb

  • Date:Saturday, December 2, 2017
  • Show Times: 1:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., and 7:00 p.m.
  • All plays will be performed at each time.
  • All shows are at the BCHS Kyle Guyton Theatre (Room 102)

Tickets can be pre-purchased online for $7 (general public) or $3 (BCHS student). Grade school students with a North Deanery Future Trojan pass are free, but need to fill out the form. Only 108 seats are available per show, so purchase your ticket early! All seating is first come, first served.

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The plays are:

  • Governing Alice: A Dramedy in One Act by C. Denby Swanson
    Directed by Jared Faul and Edward Gramling
  • Hard Candy: A Short Comedy by Jonathan Rand
    Directed by Chloe Fellwock and Rachel Smith
  • 10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse: A Short Comedy by Don Zolidis
    Directed by Blake Brown and Fiona Mulcahy
  • All I Really Need to Know I Learned By Being in A Bad Play: One Act Comedy by Werner Trieschmann
    Directed by Ashley Chamberlain and Grace Molenda
  • Bobby Wilson Can Eat His Own Face: A Short Comedy by Don Zolidis
    Directed by Beth Myers and Allan Schneider

Hope to see you there!
Reserved Seating/Advanced Ticket Sales
RESERVED seating tickets for the fall play can ONLY be purchased online in advance of the show. Online sales will close three hours before the event. You will receive an e-ticket in your email after your registration for admittance to the show. Reserved (Online) Ticket Pricing

  • General Public: $10
  • BCHS Students: $5
  • BCHS Faculty & Staff: $3
  • North Deanery students with Future Trojan Pass: $3
  • Children under 5 years: Free

Ovations (Shout-Out Ads) – Ads – Sponsors

Order an Ovation Ad (Shout out) to recognize your favorite actor/actress, crew or stage member in the Fall Play program, become a Show or Program Sponsor, or a Theatre Patron.

Ovations and Ad orders are now closed. Patron donations remain open.

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Thank you for your support of Bishop Chatard Theatre!

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