July 12 – July 22, 2018 Time In A Bottle has all your favorite songs from the 60s and 70s to transport you back in time. You’ll hear songs such as “Respect”, “Downtown”,“Those were the Days”, “Leavin’ on a Jet Plane”, and “Monday Monday”.
Running time: 105 minutes plus one 15 minute intermission
Check out the trailer for Time In A Bottle
Meet the Cast
Demetria Joyce Bailey is happy to be back on the BRT stage. On July 25th at 7pm Demetria will be at 1867 Sanctuary in Trenton, September 15th thru the 19th starring as Jill in The F Word (Philadelphia Fringe) at the Asian Arts Initiative and playing the role of Mrs. Phelps in Matilda The Musical at the Walnut Street Theatre in the Fall. She will also be filming at short film this summer in New York with Calesita Films entitled Plead playing the role of Darlene. TV: Regional Commercial Take it Easy-AmeriHealth (Lead), California Rep. in Netflix House of Cards, Pearlene Scott in HBO’s The Wire, The Nurse in CBS’ Hack. Stage: Working: A Musical, Mama Morton in Chicago starring Justin Guarini, Electra in Gypsy starring Tovah Feldshuh and Robert Newman, Billie Holiday in Comes Love, Mom in Passing Strange, Sis Leo in Nunsense, Charlene Woodard in Ain’t Misbehavin’ and Ethel Waters in Ethel Waters, His Eye Is On The Sparrow (Barrymore Nominated – Best Actress). If you want to take home more than just memories, pick up a copy of Let The Good Times Roll CD and her debut CD Takin’ a Chance… in the lobby. For the latest, please visit Demetria’s website: www.demetriabailey.com. ~~ Phil 4:13
Jake Blouch is thrilled to be making his BRT debut! Other credits include See What I Wanna See (11th Hour Theatre Co., Barrymore Award) Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Theater Exile), Emma, As You Like it, Henry V, The Liar (Lantern Theatre Co.) Three Sisters, Superior Donuts, A Little Night Music (Arden Theatre Co.) Assistance (Wilma Theater). Maritius, Unnecessary Farce, Man of La Mancha (Act II Playhouse). Lots of love to Sophie.
Philip Chaffin was honored with a Grammy nomination in 2016 for producing the cast recording of Broadway’s Tony Award-winning Best Musical Fun Home. This was his third nomination, following nods for Sondheim on Sondheim in 2011 and Follies in 2013. Philip is thrilled to be celebrating his 19th season at Bristol Riverside Theatre, after making his debut with the company way back in 1999 in Brigadoon. He made his Broadway debut in 1997 in the world premiere of Alan Menken and Tim Rice’s King David, and since then has worked steadily in and around New York. His most recent solo album, Somethin’ Real Special (The Songs of Dorothy Fields), featuring such standards as “The Way You Look Tonight,” “I’m in the Mood for Love” and “Don’t Blame Me,” was released in the fall of 2014, graced several “year’s best” lists, and prompted write-ups in The Huffington Post and USA Today. When he’s not performing, Philip runs the record label PS Classics, which is devoted to preserving the legacy of Broadway and the Great American Songbook; the label has received nine Grammy nominations.
Maggie Griffin-Smith is so excited to be back at BRT! She was last seen here in An American Christmas Songbook, Broadway: Then and Now and also appeared in Jesus Christ Superstar and Rosemary Clooney and Friends. Credits include: The Eagle Theatre – Bonnie & Clyde (Bonnie), Into the Woods (Baker’s Wife), Our Town (Emily Webb), The Shape of Things (Evelyn), Godspell (Day By Day); Walnut Street Theatre – Harvey (U/S Myrtle Mae); Resident Theatre Company – Bullets Over Broadway (Eden Brent). Other regional favorites: My Fair Lady (Eliza Doolittle), Jekyll & Hyde (Emma), Phantom (Christine), Cinderella (Cinderella). Maggie has studied with Shakespeare & Co., Circle in the Square and Walnut Street Theatre, and performed in Tennessee, Atlanta, Las Vegas, New York and New Zealand. She is also a private audition coach. Up next: Broadway Summer Spectacular (BRT) and The Spitfire Grill (The Eagle Theatre). More info./show dates: maggiegriffinsmith.net. xx J. For my life, light, and love, Fi.
Kevin Toniazzo-Naughton is grateful to return to Bristol Riverside this Summer. Kevin was last seen at Act II Playhouse as Lancelot in Camelot. Originally from Philadelphia, Kevin is a New York based actor. Regional theatre credits include: Beauty & The Beast (Gaston), New Stage Theatre. The world premiere of Something Wicked This Way Comes (Mr. Cooger/Electrico), Delaware Theatre Co. Spamalot (Dennis/Galahad), The Resident Theatre Company. Working: A Musical (Ensemble), Bristol Riverside Theatre. A Christmas Story (u/s Santa, Ensemble, Extra), The Walnut Street Theatre. Camelot (u/s Lancelot, Sagramore), Moon Over Buffalo (Paul), Tarzan (Clayton), It Shoulda Been You (Marty), The Game’s Afoot (Simon), Gretna Theatre. Sweeney Todd (Sweeney), Guys & Dolls (Sky Masterson), Into The Woods (Wolf/Cinderella’s Prince), Grand Hotel (Preysing), Good People (Stevie), Pennsylvania Centre Stage. Spamalot (Dennis/ Galahad): The Lancaster Opera House. Les Misérables (Enjolras), Fuse Productions. Kiss Me, Kate (Hortensio/Ensemble), Act II Playhouse. Dogfight (Birdlace), Pennsylvania Centre Stage. Kevin has a BFA in Musical Theatre from Penn State University. He is also a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and Fitness Nutrition Specialist. *Love to Mom, Dad, & Amanda.* ig: k_toniazzonaughton
Summer Music Fest Sponsor: William J. Salerno, Esq.
Concert Sponsor: Mill Street Cantina