A free performance of the Tony Award-nominated “A Year with Frog and Toad” will be held Saturday, June 12, 10:30 a.m and 3:30 p.m., will be held on the Circus Lawn, Shelburne Museum, 6000 Shelburne Road, Shelburne.
Puppeteers Justin Lander and Rose Friedman of Modern Times Theater and Vermont Vaudeville hold a week of free workshops in preparation of the East Hardwick Children’s Parade events June 12.
Gabbie Lindenmeyr, Ellie Moore, Katie Pierson and Molly Silvia, all of Shelburne, will make their debut performance with Shelburne Players in “She Kills Monsters: Virtual Realm,” which opens Thursday, May 20 and runs May 21 and May 22, livestreamed at 7 p.m.
Crowdsourced Cinema VT returns — with a new secret film. The statewide project with Vermont Access Network affiliates and coordinated by the Media Factory will once again invite budding filmmakers to put their own spin on a scene from a feature film.
“Hey, let’s put on a show!” Those immortal words were what started the Lamoille County Players almost 70 years ago. Back in 1951, as a fundraiser, members of the Second Congregational Church in Hyde Park decided to put on a show in the then dormant Hyde Park Opera House.
Although the spotlight will remain dim on the stage of Stowe Theatre Guild at historic Town Hall Theatre, this summer the lights will shine using various venues, both virtual and outdoors.
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.