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THE 2021 FESTIVAL LINEUP

We are so excited to share BBTF 2021 safely with audiences. Plays run for approximately 60-90 minutes with no intermission, and musicals run for approximately 120 minutes with no intermission. Box Office opens 30 minutes before and seating commences 15 minutes prior to the performance. All performances will begin promptly on time. No late seating is permitted. No refunds, returns or exchanges.

We will be following COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

ORDER TICKETS ONLINE BY CLICKING ON THE PERFORMANCE DATE DESIRED OR GOING TO THE MAIN BBTF PAGE ON THE THEATRE ROW WEBSITE FOR THE FULL LINE UP.

TICKETS CAN ALSO BE PURCHASED AT THE THEATRE ROW BOX OFFICE

OR BY CALLING SPEKTRIX AT (646) 741-5110

 
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THE CATAMITE

Tuesday, September 7 at 5pm

Wednesday, September 8 at 5pm

Friday, September 10 at 2pm 

By Ben Parkhill

A poor cross country runner takes increasingly drastic action to stop his much wealthier teammate from applying for the scholarship on which he pinned his future, all while struggling to keep a cultish spiritual movement from pulling his already precarious life apart.

 
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ORDAINED

Tuesday, September 7 at 8pm

Thursday, September 9 at 8pm

Sunday September 12 at 2pm

By Robert Monaco

In 1986, amidst crisis in the Church, Father Jay enters a circle of prominent clerics and is forced to choose between the wellbeing of an abuse victim or the exposure of his own secrets.

 
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S.U.N. IN THE USA

Wednesday, September 8 at 8pm

Thursday, September 9 at 5pm

Friday, September 10 at 8pm

By Michael Hagins

S.U.N. in the U.S.A. tells the dark story of white voices speaking for the well-being of Black people, as we follow a Black everyman and his journey through different years, decades and centuries in the United States of America.

 
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CHERRY HOUSE

Friday, September 10 at 5pm

Sunday, September 12 at 5pm

Saturday, September 18 at 8pm

Saturday, October 2 at 8pm

By Frank Dunham, Jr. 

In the mid 1800's the carefully calculated life of an African American Madam in NYC is thrown into chaos when she protects a wanted woman from the law.

 
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THE WHIMSICAL WORLD OF SHERLOCK HOLMES

Saturday, September 11 at 8pm

Tuesday, September 14 at 8pm

Wednesday, September 15 at 5pm

Saturday, September 18 at 5pm

Book by Marney Makridakis

Music and Lyrics by Anthony Makridakis

Sherlock Holmes and his fellow fictional characters leap off the page to live out their fantasies when Sir Arthur Conan Doyle suffers an emotional breakdown.

 
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LIVE FROM FERGUSON!

Saturday, September 11 at 5pm

Wednesday, September 15 at 2pm

Thursday, September 16 at 5pm

By Gregory Carr

The power of the people speak in one voice about injustice in Ferguson.

 
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BLOOD ON MY MOTHER'S APRON

Wednesday, September 15 at 8pm

Friday, September 17 at 8pm

Sunday, September 19 at 2pm

Wednesday, September 22 at 8pm

By Rachel Leighson

After English serial killer Amelia Dyer is arrested in 1896, her daughter, Polly Dyer, battles public opinion and the revelations of her mother’s trial to discover the truth of her upbringing.

 
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WHITE WOMAN, BLACK BOY

Tuesday, September 14 at 5pm

Thursday, September 16 at 2pm

Friday, September 17 at 2pm

Tuesday, September 21 at 5pm

By David Holmberg

On the eve of her possible indictment in the notorious Emmett Till murder case, the widow of one of his killers along with other women connected to the incident comes to terms with her terrible past.

 
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BANNED

Thursday, September 16 at 8pm

Friday, September 17 at 5pm

Saturday, September 18 at 2pm

By Iman Ahmed

A mercenary Arab-American political strategist risks burning down the new life she sold her soul to have when an old flame promises to deliver the votes needed to put her fiancé - a rising Congressman-in office in exchange for her help bypassing the Muslim travel ban for his Yemeni wife.

 
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IN THIS PLACE

Tuesday, September 21 at 8pm

Wednesday, September 22 at 5pm

Friday, September 24 at 5pm

By Molly Nevins

A once happily married couple struggle to keep their relationship alive while they raise a child in a forsaken town of the rural South.

 
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THE LAST NIGHT OF THE OKI DOG

Wednesday, September 22 at 2pm

Thursday, September 23 at 8pm

Saturday, September 25 at 5pm

By Jeff Smith & Len Wechsler

In 1985, as the most infamous hangout in Hollywood closes, a young runaway and her fellow outcasts are forced to look towards uncertain futures with the destruction of the ony real home and family they've ever known.

 
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EDDIE DORAN'S DEAL

Thursday, September 23 at 5pm

Friday, September 24 at 8pm

Saturday, September 25 at 2pm

Wednesday, September 29 at 8pm

By Stephen Boulhosa

In a sea of despair brought on by alcoholism, infidelity and rage, a suicidal man plays a dangerous game with his worst enemy—himself.

 
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RENAMING SHAIM

Saturday, September 25 at 8pm

Sunday, September 26 at 2pm

Tuesday, September 28 at 8pm

By Alethea McCollin

Shay is on a journey to free herself from the trauma of her childhood sexual abuse and along the way she meets kindred spirits Danni and Jan, who must also quell the fear of being shamed, ignored, and silenced in order to reclaim their true identity.

 
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BRILLIANT

Tuesday, September 28 at 5pm

Wednesday, September 29 at 2pm

Thursday, September 30 at 5pm

Saturday, October 2 at 2pm

Book, Music, and Lyrics by Dani Tapper

Sarah, a devoted wife and mother, tries desperately to support her atypical son until his disruptive behaviors become too difficult to manage and she is compelled to make decision that will affect his future and their relationship.

 
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THE BLACK COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO

Wednesday, September 29 at 5pm

Thursday, September 30 at 8pm

Friday, October 1 at 5pm

Book, Music, and Lyrics by Michele R. Hampton

In 19th century France, a young, black sailor sets out on a quest for revenge after spending fourteen years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit.

 
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THE LOVE HATE CLUB

Friday, October 1 at 8pm

Saturday, October 2 at 5pm

Sunday, October 3 at 2pm

By Juan Ramirez, Jr. 

Lily finds herself taking care of her ex, Mia, and as old feeling begin to appear, Lily must decide if she's going to love or hate her ex forever. Is it possible to do both! Join the club!

COVID-19 HEALTH AND SAFETY

Your safety is our top priority, and we’ll be following up-to-date Covid protocols (Go to Theatre Row's website for the latest updates). As of right now, any patron above the age of 12 will be required to show proof of vaccination upon entry. 

  • For all vaccinated guests, mask wearing is encouraged but not required.

  • All guests must complete a COVID-19 Screening and a temperature check before proceeding into the event.​