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It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Show (Bridgeport)
December 1 - December 2
The Vagabond Theatre Company (VTC) is pleased to announce their holiday return to the historic Bijou Theatre, with It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Show, December 1st and 2nd.
Adapted from the classic American film by Fairfield native, Joe Landry, and directed by Tanya Feduik-Smith, this unique take on the beloved story of George Bailey and the granting of his bleak and desperate Christmas wish by his guardian angel shifts the action from the silver screen to the WBFR radio studios on Christmas Eve 1946. Here a handful of actors are at their mics, broadcasting in front of a studio audience, performing dozens of characters, accompanied on stage by a live sound effects artist.
It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play runs for three performances over one weekend only – December 1-2, 2018.
The Bijou offers a central section of Theater Seating with Cabaret Tables ringing the perimeter of the main level. Main Level Theatre Seating is $20 for General Admission and $15 for Students and Seniors. Cabaret Table Seating is $25 per person. There is a $5 Advance Sale Discount on all Main Level Tickets when bought online at www.vagabondbpt.org
Private Mezzanine Boxes with seating for groups of up to 10 are also available.
The Bijou’s Lobby Bar opens one hour before curtain for pre-show cocktails.
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