After presenting the usual six play summer season virtually in 2020, the Bristol Valley Theater is bringing the season back with live theater from June 9 to September 4. The accommodations include a new stage with limited, socially distanced seating outdoors, according to an article written by the Finger Lakes Times.
BVT will offer day-of ticket sales for performances that have available seating and attendees may remove their masks once they are seated.
The new stage is in the parking lot at 151 S. Main Street and was built in 16 days, complete with festival lighting.
The first two shows are the comedies “Just the Ticket” by Peter Quilter and “Florida Girls” by Nancy Hasty. They will run by alternating performances from June 9 through June 26.
“Dead Air,” a comedy/murder by Karin Bowersock and “Mala,” a drama by Melinda Lopez, will run alternatively from July 14 through July 31.
Finally, the season will finish with “‘S Wonderful: An Evening with George Gershwin,” a musical by Michael Radi (who will also be starring in it) and “Neat,” a memory okay by Charlayne Woodard. They will run alternatively from August 18 until September 4.
Tickets and subscriptions are available for sale now, both for virtual and live shows. Subscriptions and tickets can be purchased online at www.bvtnaples.org or by calling the box office at (585) 374-6318. People preferring to stream the performances from home can watch through BVT’s streaming partner at showtix4u.com/events/bvt.
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