Winter Lights, an exhibit, expected to open Nov. 27, won’t happen this year at Shelburne Museum.
What are you thankful for? This full-page coloring contest entry will be available in November print issues of the five Vermont Community Newspaper Group publications.
During this strange new quarantined existence, it’s hard to imagine Lyric Theatre picking a musical with a more appropriate title for its next production, “Songs for a New World.”
Full Circle Theatre Collaborative will present a livestream premiering of Shaina Taub’s musical adaptation of “Twelfth Night” this Saturday, Oct. 24.
The celebration, set for Oct. 10, will feature a blessing from Chief Don Stevens of the Nulhegan Abenaki and drumming and dance demonstrations. The event will also feature storytellers and local musicians all leading up to headliner Joanne Sh…
Masks, lawn chairs and — violins? Oh my! The Craftsbury Chamber Players took to South Burlington’s Bread and Butter Farm on Wednesday, Sept. 9, to share their sweet sounds.
One broken heart mended many others when Vermont musicians teamed up to reimagine and record the tune, “Make it Better,” by Champlain Valley Union High School alumna Francesca Blanchard.
Marina Prikis, of South Burlington, won an honorable mention from Clavier’s Piano Explorer magazine for her piano composition, “Guided by the Northern Lights.”
When the world seemed to stop, dancers kept moving. And they found innovative ways to do it. The Vermont Dance Alliance is morphing to meet current challenges, and its members are using dance as a form of healing.
Feeling over-Zoomed and under-connected in the struggle to maintain a coronavirus-free home? Looking for a socially distanced communal activity? Just wanting to have some creative fun?
The soft, folksy songs of Burlington band Cricket Blue practically beckon the listener to come closer.Since March, duo Laura Heaberlin and Taylor Smith have had to keep fans at more than arm’s length, awaiting safer days for live performances.
A trip down the Laurel Hill Drive neighborhood offers passersby an interactive, front-lawn art class.Artist Sue Mowrer Adamson found herself “climbing the walls” while sheltering in place. After trying to keep busy doing projects with her two…