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PLEASE HELP SUPPORT VTC                      

Theater, especially at the local level, cannot be made without the support of the community it entertains. This is where you come in.


Read on to find out why VTC is worthy of your support.

From the first Main Stage show at The Bijou, the goals of the troupe started under the artistic direction of Maggie Pangrazio, that would become The Bijou Actors Guild and ultimately VTC, have been unchanged:

To stage edgy, thought-provoking productions that explore all the aspects of the human condition, and to do so in an environment where people of all race, gender, sexual orientation and/or religious belief will feel welcome.

As we move from rented space to borrowed space to wherever we are welcome, our commitment to this will not change. ​

Salvaging part of our intended season reflects our commitment as VTC to our audiences by continuing the type of productions we staged in Bridgeport.

Our acclaimed production of The Scarlet Letter, adapted by Phyllis Nagy from the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne, will be followed in March 2017 by The Last Days of Judas Iscariot by Stephen Adly Guirgis, directed by Mat Young.
Which will be followed in May 2017 by Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead by Bert V Royal, directed by Michael R. Mele.


We will continue to encourage and give a voice to new works and new artists, through staged readings and other showcase opportunities. 

​Ultimately, we plan to identify a new permanent home in Downtown Bridgeport, and complete the journey begun in our former home: to establish VTC as a professional theatre, where artists and staff alike can be paid for their work. 

We look forward to offering an alternative theater choice to the people of Greater Bridgeport.

Please help us keep these dreams alive during our rebirth.

Thank you for your support

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