VICTORIA BUGBEE 
WRITER  DIRECTOR  PRODUCER
STAGE AND FILM  
VISUAL ARTIST

  • WRITER DIRECTOR PRODUCER

  • THEATER FILM VIDEO EVENTS STREET PERFORMANCE 

  • PLAYWRIGHT  

  • ORIGINAL ARTWORK AND WORKS ON PAPER PASTELS PRINTS MURALS 

  • KABOOM - ONE WOMAN SHOW CHINATOWN PASTELS AND MURALS

  • SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS AND WORKSHOPS 

  • COMMISSIONS


"A Surreal Soap Opera - Toxic Waste Meets Resortland" 
is an environmental themed play.  The black comedy is 
set in a beach resort that is really an toxic waste dump.  
Audience interactive with  9 characters it is a great play
for community theater or an adventurous high school 
troop since you can have many different walk-on rolls
for beachcombers and players who engage the 
audience to throw stuff at the stage on cue. 

The madcap farce features lobster bibs, the audience 
blowing bubbles, suicidal seagulls, faux breast implants, 
toxic fumes and a pas de deux in giant intertubes.  

It was first performed at Lincoln Center Out of Doors 
and later staged as a weekly soap opera at The Village 
Gate in Greenwich Village.  Bugbee and Co. performed a
reading at Staten Island's First Ecological Festival.

Photo Credit:Susan Rutman
"The Gas Station Project" is the worldwide premiere 
of a 3 person play in car related places around the 
world.

Cherie Fortis and Bugbee staged the first leg of it at 
Overseas Auto Body in Hastings on Hudson. The play 
has been translated into Spanish and an Argentine 
adaptation has been written.  A Croatian version is in 
progress.

The goal is to translate the play into as many 
languages and work with production companies in as
many countries as possible.  

If you would like to be apart of The Gas Station Project 
contact Victoria Bugbee  212-489-0721 or 
vicky@BProductions.com 

Photo: Caroline Winterson as "The Car Chick"
The Gas Station Project
KABOOM:  
Traveling Show 
25 pastels, painting and murals of
CHINATOWN USA.

RIVERARTS STUDIO TOUR
HASTINGS ON HUDSON 
APRIL 27 28, 2013