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Premieres May 16 – 7 p.m. EST
An encore virtual streaming presentation of the world premiere musical

The Kings Legacy by Michael Radi
Escape to the intrigue of the court of King Henry VIII and the six wives he loved, betrayed, and sometimes beheaded! Written by BVT Favorite and Honeoye native, Michael Radi, this production was widely acclaimed as part of our 2019 summer season. The link to stream at home for free is available to everyone and will go live at 7 p.m. on May 16 and remain live through June 16. Click here to view.

 

Premieres June 27 – 7 p.m. EST
A BVT insider’s tradition comes home!

The first ever
BVT Virtual Cabaret Night
Every summer we devote one night to an entertainment free for all, where your BVT favorites perform their own favorite material. This year, a fabulous line up of BVT artists, past and present, will bring it on, from their homes to yours. Chris Handley hosts this once in a lifetime line up of BVT stars, and there are sure to be some surprises! This online event is free to all 2020 BVT subscribers and ticket holders (you’ll be contacted with the link and a password). For those who aren’t 2020 subscribers/ticket holders, tickets are available NOW by clicking the Buy Tickets icon below.  (When you complete your purchase, you’ll receive an email with a link and a password that will be active starting June 27. Hold on to that link and password!)

 

 

 

New premieres every Friday from July 10 – 31

Be the first to discover a new play by an emerging playwright.
Our new works initiative continues with four new plays, a new one each Friday night! Featuring works by Dominic Orlando, Rick Apicella, David L. Kimple, and Vincent Delaney featuring our best BVT actors and directors.

Premiering July 10 at 7 p.m.

Strong by Dominic Orlando. In this gritty and suspenseful crime drama, a private detective (Mark Poppleton) and an NYPD detective (Kate Reynolds) each pursue a serial child murderer–but each harbors a secret that could prove lethal. Jim Ditmars and Suzi Takahashi round out the cast. Chris J. Handley directs. This event will go live at 7 p.m. EST on July 10 and the link will remain live for 2 weeks. Online ticket sales begin soon.

 

 

 

Premiering July 17 at 7 p.m.
Swamp Squatch by David L. Kimple. In this quirky adventure/comedy, Shana (Emma Claye) and Catie (Sara Fetgatter) decide to take an airboat ride through the Florida wetlands. As they maneuver the swamp with an off-kilter local tour guide (Zak West), bizarre creatures start to rise from the marsh and fall from the sky, causing the women to not only fight for each other but also for their lives. David E. Shane directs. This event will go live at 7 p.m. EST on July 17 and the link will remain live for 2 weeks. Online ticket sales begin soon.

 

 

 

 

Premiering July 24 at 7 p.m.
Something in the Way by Rick Apicella.  Before taking a vacation, Maggie (Jessie Carina Lanza) reaches out to her co-worker Brooke (Brianne Wylie) to prepare meals for her manic / depressive brother Lester (Martin Flowers), a failed musician who plays children’s parties but dreams of being a rock star and lives above Maggie’s garage. Brooke and Lester connect through their mutual love of music, but soon the thin line between Lester’s brilliance and his madness threatens to unravel their tenuous friendship. Suzi Takahashi directs. This event will go live at 7 p.m. EST on July 24 and the link will remain live for 2 weeks. Online ticket sales begin soon.

 

 

 

Premiering July 31 at 7
The Wheel Woman by Vincent Delaney.   It’s 1894. Young Annie Londonderry takes on a wager to become the first woman to bicycle solo around the globe–and sets off a firestorm in the women’s movement. THE WHEEL WOMAN is a heartfelt comedy that tells the true story of this complex early feminist icon– part hero, part fraud–who pushed every possible Victorian boundary to achieve her goal. Claire Leyden leads a cast of remarkable women (Laura King Otazo, Pam Feicht, Maria Clements, Maura Lefevre). Kate Reynolds directs. This event will go live at 7 p.m. EST on July 31 and the link will remain live for 2 weeks. Online ticket sales begin soon.

 

 

 

And coming up in August….
We all could use a laugh these days! And we’re cooking up something special for August to tickle your funny bone. All the details are still in the works but we’ll have them for you soon, so stay tuned.