Important Covid-19 Information

Please scroll down or click the link below for more information regarding Blue Bridge Rep’s Covid-19 Safety Plan.

The Salon Music Series

Curated by Jeff Poynter

Join some of Victoria’s finest musicians for a series of intimate Sunday afternoon concerts.

Oct 18,  Nov1,  Nov15 – Sacred Series

Oct 18: Oliver Swain  “Oliver Swain’s Old Time Gospel Hour”

Nov 1: TBA

Nov 15: Maxwell/Moody/MacNayr “Hymns, Hers and Theirs”, drawing from music from the United Church of Canada hymnbook… with a twist!

 

Oct 25,  Nov 8,  Nov 22 – Classical Series

Oct 25: The Pinnacle Brass Quintet   “Around the World in 60 Minutes”, including Bach, Beethoven, Piazolla, Gabrielli, and local composer/ensemble member Scott MacInnes.

Nov 8: Trio Taco  “Memoirs of a Taco”, featuring music by Canadian composers and friends from afar, including Diana Cotoman, Rainer Berger, and Barbara Pentland.

Nov 22: Benjamin Butterfield   “Schumann to Newman”

Experience The Great Debate Series

Enjoy a live re-creation of some of the liveliest debates in recent history!  Then engage in a moderated discussion afterwards.  Tickets available for on-line or in-person.

 

October 22, 2020

‘The American Dream Has Been Achieved At The Expense Of The American Negro’  James Baldwin vs William F Buckley,  1965.

 

November 19, 2020

‘Is there an Afterlife?’ Christopher Hitchens with Sam Harris, David Wolpe and Bradley Artson Shavit, 2011.

February 11, 2021

‘Are Men Obsolete?’ Maureen Dowd, Caitlin Moran, Camille Paglia and Hanna Roisin, 2014.

Bram Stoker’s iconic novel

adapted by Brian Richmond

Read by the best of Blue Bridge Theatre’s acting ensemble.

 

Part One
‘In Black’ 

Chapters One Through Four (Oct 29 at 8pm and Oct 31 at 2pm)

 

Part Two
‘In White’

Chapters Five Through Twelve (Oct 30 at 8pm and Oct 31 at 8pm)

A Christmas Carol

December 1 – 20, 2020

This beloved Christmas Classic arrives at the Roxy for the first time!  This one man version is sure to delight.

SALT-WATER MOON
Spring 2021

By David French
Director: Fran Gebhard

BETRAYAL
Spring 2021

By Harold Pinter
Director: Brian Richmond

TARTUFFE
Summer 2021

By Molière
Director: David Ferry

DAY AFTER DAY
Summer 2021

Book: Sarah Murphy
Director: Brian Richmond

 

Important Information regarding Covid-19 and the Roxy Theatre

We are working hard to make the Roxy Covid-Safe, so that we can welcome you back to our theatre!


Here’s what to expect
(please read our full text here)

The wearing of masks is mandatory in order to protect our audience, our artists, staff and technicians.
Please remember to bring a mask with you. We can provide you with a disposable mask if necessary.

You will be asked the usual screening questions when you arrive.

Please go directly to your seats, collecting any concession items on the way, and stay seated for the duration of the performance.

There will be no intermission, and all programming is under 90 minutes.

Please limit washroom use when possible.

Our auditorium seats are socially distanced automatically when you buy your ticket.

When you leave, you will be asked to leave row by row starting at the back, to avoid congestion in the aisles.


Here’s what we’re doing

All high touch surfaces are cleaned regularly, and the seating area is sanitized before you arrive.

Theatre administrators will be wearing masks at all times.

Our performers are 10′ away from you, and 6′ away from each other where possible – otherwise, they’re masked.
Our artists will only take their masks off when performing a safe distance away from each other and you.

 

For Questions

about our Covid-19 protocols, please contact the office at 250-382-3370, or email [email protected]

 

Official information

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