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BVT and Naples named one of the Best Weekend Road Trips in the US!

Posted by on May 15, 2019 in BVT News | 0 comments

Travel and Leisure.com lists Naples, NY and a visit to Bristol Valley Theater as one of the Best Weekend Road Trips in the US! Read the full article (and then pack your bags!) here!

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The doctor is in –Dr. Ruth, that is…

Posted by on May 15, 2019 in BVT News | 0 comments

BVT Artistic Director Karin Bowersock will reprise her role as Dr. Ruth Westheimer in Becoming Dr. Ruth this summer from June 27 – July 7. These performances will mark the second part of a co-production with JCC Centerstage, where Bowersock performed the role in October 2018. To see what Broadway World had to say about the production, click here

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Liz Wasser to perform one woman show August 25

Posted by on May 15, 2019 in BVT News | 0 comments

An Evening With Liz Wasser

August 25 at 7 p.m.

She’s been over the moon in Rent, done some very questionable things with a puppet in Avenue Q, an tippled every variety of libation as The Drowsy Chaperone. You won’t want to miss her in her most challenging role to date, herself, as she shares her obsessions, transgressions, and true confessions…and some of her favorite songs. Admission $20 adults, $10 students.

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BVT receives Farash Foundation Grant

Posted by on May 15, 2019 in BVT News | 0 comments

Bristol Valley Theater has been awarded $5,000 in operating support from the Max and Marian Farash Foundation.

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Night Tree to Perform at BVT January 8 at 7

Posted by on Dec 14, 2017 in BVT News | 0 comments

Join us as Night Tree, the Boston Based acoustic sextet  performs at Bristol Valley Theater on Monday, January 8 at 7 p.m. Entrance fee at the door is $10.

Though each member of Night Tree originates from a different musical world, the six members have come together to a create a new sound that is unique to their instrumentation and musical voice, both attracting and  bewildering enthusiastic crowds while connecting folk music lovers, café radio junkies, jazz enthusiasts, free-improvisers, and beyond.  Night Tree is unique, not only for its abnormal instrumentation of two fiddles, cello, accordion, saxophone, percussion,  and the occasional viola and mandolin, but for their collective representation and incorporation of traditions from Irish, Classical, Swedish, Jazz, Klezmer, and Afro-Cuban music.

 

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