Stowe Theatre Guild has postponed its entire 2020 season to 2021.

Even “Much Ado About Nothing,” which was the only Guild show that hadn’t yet been canceled, has become much ado about something: COVID-19.

Last week we reported that, after being postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic, this summer’s Lyric Theatre Company production of “Matilda” was to take the stage in July.

Kerry Farrell, costume designer at South Burlington’s Lyric Theatre, was putting the finishing touches on costumes for “Matilda” when COVID-19 began to spread around the state.

The sun will come out tomorrow and the Lamoille County Players hope that the auditioners will come out for their summer musical.

The actors and actresses of Peoples Academy are exploring the trauma that is borne out disaster, and the way people can rise and overcome.

The Grange Hall Cultural Center in Waterbury Center has a busy schedule this week — a comedian March 6, a circus explanation March 7, Charlie Chaplin’s silent film “The Circus” March 8, and a performance by a U.S. Army veteran who came to grips with his trauma through the words of Shakespear…

Nelson Lugo presents his magic storytelling show, “Cheating Death: Magic, Memoires and Mortality,” on Friday, Feb. 21, at 7:30 p.m., and will lead a magic class Saturday, Feb. 22, from 1 to 2:30 p.m., both at the Grange Hall Cultural Center, 317 Howard Ave., Waterbury Center.

A look at what's happening on the local theater circuit.

Katherine Marino’s one-woman variety show, “Katherine’s Silly Spectacular,” will be Sunday, Feb. 9, from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Waterbury Municipal Center, 28 N. Main St.

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