Bristol Riverside Theatre is excited for an in-person return to the theater for the company’s 35th season.
Co-Producing Directors Amy and Ken Kaissar are delighted to announce their first full season since taking the helm. The curtain will rise again starting with the two-person madcap musical Murder for Two from September 21st to October 10th.
It’s a whodunit for two actors, one playing the detective, the other playing all thirteen suspects, and both of them taking turns accompanying each other at the piano. It’s Agatha Christie meets Vaudeville and will be an event not to miss.
“Murder for Two is hilariously good fun,” said BRT Co-Producing Director Ken Kaissar. ”It’s just hilarious to watch these two guys try to hold it together playing some 14 parts, plus the piano, throughout a whodunnit murder mystery. It’s full of surprises and laughs. We picked it way before the pandemic and we’re even more excited now that it’s kicking off the season because what could be better for our first show back than a riotous evening.”
Co-Producing Director Amy Kaissar added, “We are thrilled to return to the stage with in-person shows after 17 months. It means so much for our entire company and BRT family to get back to doing what we love and do best.”
Season subscriptions and individual show tickets are now available. Student and military discounts are available, as are special discounted tickets for Bristol Township and Bristol Borough residents.
For purchases and additional show information, please visit brtstage.org or call 215-785-0100.
BRT will follow all local and state guidelines for health and safety. For the start of the season, masks will be required for all patrons regardless of vaccination status, except in designated areas for eating and drink.
PHOTO CAP: Joe Kinosian in Murder for Two (photo credit: Joan Marcus)