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In July, as part of our ongoing New Works Initiative, we’ll premiere an online reading of a new play each Friday night, featuring some of your favorite BVT artists. Each will run for one month.
Tickets for each reading are $18. This series of readings will stream on our partner site, Broadway on Demand.com For a how-to video on how to buy tickets and access Broadway on Demand click here.
Strong by Dominic Orlando.

Premieres July 10, 7 p.m. Eastern / link remains live through August 9.

This play contains adult language and subject matter and may not be suitable for children or all audience members.

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.

A pre recorded talk back with the director and playwright will follow many performances.

Swamp Squatch by David L. Kimple

Premieres July 17 at 7 p.m. Eastern / link remains live through August 16

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. Judie Annozine rounds out the cast. David E. Shane directs.

A pre recorded talk back with the director and playwright will follow many performances.

Something in the Way by Rick Apicella

Premieres July 24 at 7 p.m. Eastern / link remains live through August 23

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. Katelyn Machnica directs.

A pre recorded talk back with the director and playwright will follow many performances.

The Wheel Woman by Vincent Delaney.

Premieres July 31 at 7 p.m. Eastern / link remains live through August 30.

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.

A pre recorded talk back with the director and playwright will follow many performances.Online ticket sales begin soon.

 

 

We’ll end our summer with a laugh or two. In Theresa Rebeck’s Bad Dates, divorced mom Haley dives back into the dating pool–and finds the waters a little fishier than she remembers. BVT favorite Liz Wasser stars in this digital version of a play originally slated as part of our live 2020 season–but filmed instead on location in New York! This fully realized, digital production will be available for viewing for a limited time only–from August 21 – 30. After purchasing a ticket, viewers will have a 48-hour window to view the production. BVT at Home subscribers will be sent an individual promo code via email and can use that code in lieu of payment for a ticket, but must also view within a 48 hour period of redeeming their promo code. A link for purchase of tickets, or redemption of the subscriber promo code will be available soon so keep your eye on this space, our facebook page, or –for subscribers–your email for further details.