MILFORD — Arson charges lodged against two Stratford teens in connection to a fire at Silver Sands State Park and two blazes in West Haven will be transferred to Superior Court in Bridgeport.

That’s where the teens — Vincent Keller and Christopher Sakowicz, both 18 — are being prosecuted for allegedly starting the conflagration that burned the Shakespeare theater to the ground in January.

The prosecutor overseeing the investigation, Supervisory Assistant State’s Attorney Howard Stein, announced the move as Sakowicz appeared Thursday in Milford Superior Court, where he and Keller face charges in connection to:

A Feb. 8 fire at a vacant home on Richards Place in West Haven.

A Feb. 17 fire at the former Bilco Co. in West Haven.

A March 23 fire that damaged construction trailers in Silver Sands State Park.

The pair have been accused of setting a total of six recent fires throughout the state, including the Jan. 13 Shakespeare theater in Stratford, a Jan. 15 fire at a vacant building at the Southbury Training School and a March 9 fire at Good Earth Tree Care in Stratford.

Stein told Judge Peter Brown that consolidating all the cases at the Fairfield Judicial District courthouse in Bridgeport “seems to make sense for all the parties involved.”

Bringing all the cases to one courthouse will help lawyers involved discuss a possible plea deal to resolve all the charges at once, rather than have separate plea discussions in three different jurisdictions.

The Shakespeare theater fire was the largest of any of the alleged arsons, and the first to have occurred. According to arrest warrants, police zeroed in on Sakowicz and Keller after SnapChat messages identified them as the culprits.

Keller, who is free after posting bonds totaling $275,000, has pleaded not guilty in all the cases.

Sakowicz has been jailed since April on bonds totaling $800,000. He has pleaded not guilty to the charges related to the Stratford and Waterbury fires, but has not lodged any pleas in either the Milford or West Haven cases.

The judge continued Sakowicz’s cases at the Milford courthouse to Sept. 25, when they will likely be transferred without Sakowicz appearing in court.

Keller’s next court date in Milford is Nov. 7, according to court records.

Both Sakowicz and Keller are scheduled to appear in Waterbury Superior Court Nov. 8 in connection with the Southbury Training School fire.

Logan Caraballo, a third teen charged in connection to the Shakespeare theater fires, has pleaded not guilty and is next due in court in Bridgeport Sept. 25.