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BVT partners with Libraries!

Posted by on Jul 1, 2019 in BVT News | 0 comments

Bristol Valley Theater is excited to partner with Naples Library, Wayland Free Library and Canandaigua’s Wood Library with some activities and events to augment your enjoyment of our world premiere musical, The King’s Legacy. EAch library is featuring Philippa Gregory’s novel, The Other Boleyn Girl, (which features the same characters and time period of the musical) as a book club choice and each will screen the film version of the novel (starring Scarlett Johansson). The King’s Legacy’s playwright/composer, Michael Radi, will speak at each library at dates throughout July and August. For details and a complete schedule, click here, or contact your library!

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Messenger Post profiles BVT Summer ’19

Posted by on Jun 9, 2019 in BVT News | 0 comments

L. David Wheeler of the Messenger Post gives an overview of what’s coming up this summer at BVT in his Front Row Seat column. Read the full article here.

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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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