If you’ve ever wondered who the real Dancing Queen is — well, she came straight from Peoples Academy.
The Shelburne Players is looking for actors for its upcoming virtual performance of “She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realms,” with performances May 20-22.
The original online theater piece “The Monument,” created by students in Northern Vermont University’s performance, arts, and technology program, has been selected for presentation at this year’s Kennedy Center Region 1 American College Theater Festival.
Hyde Park recently received a $3,000 grant from the Vermont Community Foundation to improve its performance stage with upgraded lighting system at Gihon Valley Hall, supporting its mission to make the hall a vibrant and useful community events space.
In 2018, directors Kenny Grenier and Nichole Lefaivre-Damon had their first artistic success with a high-powered production of “The Wizard of Oz” at Lamoille Union High School.
Stowe Theatre Guild has welcomed three new members to its board of directors. Tom Barnes, Chiara Hollender and Peter Schmeeckle were unanimously voted onto the board at its monthly meeting in October.
Fourteen seventh and eighth graders and three adults at Lamoille Union Middle School have undertaken a new adventure this fall — performing a play on Zoom.
A year ago, with a cast of over 50 students, backed up by a 10-piece band, Lamoille Union Theater brought the famous story of the 1899 New York City newsboys’ strike to life in their production of Disney’s “Newsies.”
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.
With no fall musical scheduled this year, Lamoille Union Theater is going virtual. Partnering with showtix4u.com, an encore performance of the Disney classic “Beauty and the Beast” is available for streaming.