For more than 30 years, BADA has brought together actors from the United States and around the world to train with leading actors and directors of the British stage. BADA is committed to a diverse student body and is dedicated to training talented actors regardless of their background or financial situation. We need your help to continue to pursue that goal.
Please join the British American Drama Academy and American Friends of BADA President Lydia Carlston for a very special evening featuring director, screenwriter, and Screen Actors Guild Award-nominated actor, Justin Theroux (BCP ’91).
October 11, 2018
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Home of Lydia & Mats Carlston
69 Washington Place
New York, NY 10011
Cocktails and light refreshments will be served.
King Lear $3,000 Macbeth $1,000 Hamlet $500 The Tempest $250
To purchase tickets, please click the button:
For assistance in purchasing tickets, contact Seth Dranginis.
The King Lear ticket level underwrites one full tuition scholarship to the Midsummer in Oxford Program. 100% of all ticket prices will go directly to support Scholarships for students on BADA’s programs. BADA is committed to a diverse student body and is dedicated to training talented actors regardless of their background or financial situation. Your support ensures that BADA remains a leader in diversity for theatre training institutions.
About the Justin Theroux (BCP ’91)
A director, screenwriter, and Screen Actors Guild Award-nominated actor, Justin Theroux (BCP ’91) is best known for starring as Kevin Garvey in the HBO series The Leftovers. In film, he is known for his work with director David Lynch in Mulholland Drive and Inland Empire as well as recent hits Star Wars: The Last Jedi and The Girl on the Train. As a screenwriter, his credits include Tropic Thunder, Iron Man 2, and Zoolander 2. His other TV work includes starring in Six Feet Under and the HBO miniseries John Adams.
Currently he is starring as Dr. James K. Mantleray in Netflix’s Maniac.
“Over the years, BADA has welcomed thousands of phenomenally talented actors from the United States, including Anna Gunn (LTP ’88), Brandon Victor Dixon (MIO ’98), Paul Giamatti (MIO’ 89), Tarell Alvin McCraney (MIO ’05), Phillipa Soo (MCP ’07), and Bellamy Young (MIO ’90), many of whom have only been able to train with our renowned faculty due to the support of our generous donors.
Your gift helps provide scholarships for the most talented students to attend BADA Programs. Every single gift, regardless of the amount, makes a huge difference to students who might not otherwise be able to attend BADA and study with the leading actors and directors of the British stage. Importantly, 100% of what is donated will be used as direct scholarship support.”
Lydia Carlston (MIO ’01) AFBADA President
Your support helps provide scholarships for the most talented students to further their training and development by attending BADA’s Programs. Every single gift, regardless of the amount, makes a huge difference to students who might not otherwise be able to attend BADA and study with our renowned faculty.
To quote former Dean and Director Ian Wooldridge, this commitment to diversity enables us to “properly reflect the world we live in, hold the mirror up to nature, and tell the story of the people to the people.” BADA’s hope is to continue to expand on this commitment in the coming years but we can only do this with your help and support.
Supporters in the United States:
Our American supporters should visit the American Friends of BADA to contribute to their Scholarship Fund and to help support BADA’s work.
The American Friends of BADA is a not-for-profit organization as described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code (Federal Tax ID 94-3188993). Gifts to the American Friends of BADA are fully tax-deductible within the limits prescribed by law.
You can also sign up for the AFBADA Supporter Mailing list to keep up to date about upcoming AFBADA events around the United States.
Supporters in the United Kingdom:
Our supporters in the United Kingdom can make direct contributions to BADA.
For more information, please contact Managing Director Tim Denham.