Bristol Valley Theater

Spring 2022

Hope springs eternal!

It’s sometimes hard to imagine we’ll ever come through a hard winter, but as the ground begins to warm and the trees begin to bud BVT will be more than ready for Spring! We will be back inside the theater with programming to welcome the season. 

 

Grant on the Eve of Victory

By Derek Maxfield

April 9 at 7pm

One late night in March 1865, war correspondent George Alfred Townsend of the New York World sat down with legendary Lt. General U.S. Grant, just before what would prove to be the final stages of the war. This informal conversation between two historical figures gives a glimpse into Grant’s thoughts on his allies, his enemies and the fortunes of war. This fascinating program will also feature a lobby display by the Naples Historical Society profiling Naples’ own history in the Civil War and live music of the period by David Armitage and Dona  LeValle.

Adults – $15   Under 18 – $10

Proof of vaccination and mask required for all audience members.

Richie Stearns &

Aaron Lipp


April 16 at 7pm

Aaron Lipp, one of the most gifted blues and roots musicians ever to grace the BVT stage, is back and joined by the incomparable Richie Stearns on banjo for an evening of energizing music that will melt away any winter chill that lingers in your soul.

Adults – $20 in advance; $25 at the door

Proof of vaccination and mask required for all audience members.

Love Letters
by A.R. Gurney


April 30 at 7 pm. / May 1 at 2 p.m.

Jennifer Ann Galvez and J. Simmons bring a new twist to this classic love story of ‘what might have been.’ A man and a woman meet in their youth, and spend a lifetime exchanging letters, but not marriage vows, in a warm and complicated friendship lasting 50 years. Directed by Esther Winter (director of BVT’s 2021 production of Neat).

Adults – $25   Under 18 – $15

Proof of vaccination and mask required for all audience members.