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Playhouse virtual variety show returns Sunday

Hunter Foster co-hosts, with performances by The Skivvies and more

Playhouse Live!, the 30-minute, free virtual variety show produced by Bucks County Playhouse, streams again this Sunday night, Oct. 18, at 7 p.m., with an all-new program and added musical performances.

Hosted by the Playhouse’s trio of Tony Award-winning producers (producing director Alexander Fraser, executive producer Robyn Goodman and producer josh Fiedler), this week’s installment will be co-hosted by Tony-nominated (Little Shop of Horrors) actor, singer, writer, director and BCP artistic associate, Hunter Foster.

The show features performances and interviews with notable writers, directors, designers and actors, as well as acoustic performances from Playhouse artists and remembrances from Playhouse alumni.

The highlight of this week’s show is an interview with Foster about his experiences directing at the Playhouse. Some of the performers Foster has worked with on the Playhouse stage will perform in the broadcast, including Elena Shaddow (Guys and Dolls), Brandi Chavonne Massey (Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story), Danielle Diniz (The Rocky Horror Show) and The Skivvies’ Nick Cearley and Lauren Molina (The Rocky Horror Show).

Visit BucksCountyPlayhouse.org for more information.

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