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Aug 3 – 15 2021

Book: Sarah Murphy
Director: Brian Richmond

Blue Bridge Theatre announces 2021-22 Season – Book Now and save on all 6 shows!

Live- Streamed and In-Person availailable!

OCTOBER 26-NOV 7 2021

by Suzan-Lori Parks chronicles the adult lives of two African American brothers as they cope with poverty, racism, work, women, and their troubled upbringings. The NY Times chose this play as the greatest play of the past 25 years. Described by the Pulitzer Prize Committee that chose Parks as the first African American woman to win this prestigious award as “a darkly comic fable of brotherly love and family identity’, audiences should be aware that this play contains very strong imagery and language that may be offensive to some.


DECEMBER 7-19 2021

Christmas brings a return of Blue Bridge’s version of the perennial favourite A Christmas Carol starring Sanjay Talwar running from December 7-19. Performed in the manner that Charles Dickens presented his own work in 1853, live-streamed Blue Bridge audiences were delighted as they watched Mr. Talwar effortlessly walk his way through the dozens of characters contained in this classic with merely a shift in his voice.

APRIL 26 – MAY 7 2022

Canadian playwright Kristen Thomson’s coming-of-age drama depicting the difficult transition into adolescence of Claudia, a 12-year-old girl struggling with her parents’ divorce. Performed entirely in maskI, Claudia is a riveting, hilarious, and heartbreaking journey into the raw psyche of an extraordinary girl with a lot on her mind.  Described by Stage Door as “simply the most accurate and detailed portrayal of a child I’ve ever seen on stage”, this is not to be missed.


MAY 31 – JUNE 12 2022

The 19th century classic Hedda Gabler by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. Often described as the greatest female character of all time, the British Theatre Guide has named it as “a play for today that could easily have been written for the laptop and mobile phone generation”. Watch as members of the extraordinarily talented Blue Bridge acting and design ensemble bring this perennial classic to life.


JULY 5 – 17 2022

Master farceur and Nobel Prize Italian playwright Dario Fo will help ease the inevitable sting of inflation with his hilarious critique of unbridled capitalism, They Don’t Pay? We Won’t Pay!. Filled with pantomime gags and over the top antics, Britain’s Guardian newspaper has suggested that Fo’s masterpiece is “not nearly as farcical as contemporary politics.” 

AUGUST 2 – 14 2022

The homecoming of Victoria’s own home-grown musical sensation Ride The Cyclone by Jacob Richmond and Brooke Maxwell. Chosen by the NY Times as one of the Top 10 productions of 2016, Victoria audiences will have the opportunity to cheer the success of this work that has taken Vancouver, Toronto, New York, Chicago, Seattle, Atlanta and Minneapolis by storm.

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