Buffy The Vampire Slayer | Sept 24 - October 3, 2020

Presented by: Starry Starry Skies

Explores Changes In The Relationships Of The Main Characters, A Demon—”Sweet”—Compels The People Of Sunnydale To Break Into Song At Random Moments To Express Hidden Truths. The Title Of The Episode Comes From A Line Sung By Sweet; Once The Characters Have Revealed Their Truths And Face The Consequences Of Hearing Each Other’s Secrets, He Challenges Them To “Say You’re Happy Now, Once More, With Feeling”. While This Will Play Closely Resemble The Original Plot Of The Episode, We Have Taken Matters Into Our Own Hands With Our Once More With Feeling: A Parody! 

The Salon Music Series | October 18, 25 + November 1, 8, 15, 22

Presented by: Blue Bridge Rep
Curated by Jeff Poynter

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

The Great Debate Series | October 22, November 19, 2020 + February 11, 2021

Presented by: Blue Bridge Rep

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.

Dracula | October 29, 30, 31, 2020

Presented by: Blue Bridge Rep

Bram Stoker’s iconic novel adapted by Brian Richmond. Read by the best of Blue Bridge Theatre’s acting ensemble.

A Christmas Carol | December 1 - 20, 2020

Presented by: Blue Bridge Rep

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

Salt-Water Moon | Postponed to Spring 2021

By David French | Directed by Fran Gebhard
Presented by: Blue Bridge Rep

On a splendid moon-filled night in Coley’s Point in 1926, 18-year-old Jacob Mercer has returned from Toronto to the tiny Newfoundland outport, hoping to win back his former sweetheart, Mary Snow. But Mary has changed in his year-long absence and he will have to use all his charm and guile to win her back.

Betrayal | Postponed to Spring 2021

By Harold Pinter | Directed by Brian Richmond
Presented by: Blue Bridge Rep

Winning the 1979 Laurence Olivier Award for Best New Play, Nobel Prize-winning playwright Harold Pinter’s Betrayal is considered one of the great plays of the 20th century. Telling the story of the infidelity of a couple and their best friend, this play cuts through to the heart of jealousy and deceit utilizing the British playwright’s famous dark humour and omnipresent sense of danger.

Tartuffe | Postponed to Summer 2021

By Moliere | Directed by David Ferry
Presented by: Blue Bridge Rep

Banned from the French stage by Louis XIV shortly after its premiere in 1664 because of its relentless attack on moral and sexual hypocrisy, this play by France’s greatest playwright has gone on to delight audiences for more than four centuries.

Day After Day: A Musical Tribute to Doris Day | Postponed to Summer 2021

Book by Sarah Murphy | Directed by Brian Richmond
Presented by: Blue Bridge Rep

Celebrating one of America’s most famous songstresses, Day After Day will pay tribute to the life and career of Doris Day. This musical review will play homage to the amazing singer and actress as it wends its way through some of her most famous hits such as Que Sera, SeraIt’s Magic and Sentimental Journey.