"The Logger" Rusty DeWees

The Logger takes his Tiny Town Hall Tour to Hardwick on Nov. 1.

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Rusty DeWees in Hardwick

Rusty DeWees takes his Tiny Town Hall Tour to Hardwick on Friday, Nov. 1.

The show is at the Hardwick Town House, 29 Church St., from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.

The actor, comedian and musician — known for his character “The Logger” — will perform his one-man Blue-Collar Comedy show meets Prairie Home Companion. He says it’s uniquely modern, yet an old-time traditional evening of entertainment for all ages, longtime fans and first-timers.

Proceeds from ticket sales will be split 50/50 between WonderArts VT and REACH! to be used for after-school programing, a crucial part of the day for many families.

Since 2011, REACH! has provided hundreds of after-school and summer camp enrichment opportunities for Craftsbury, Hardwick and Wolcott.

WonderArts VT leads after-school classes in the arts, recreation, technology and sustainability at all REACH! sites in addition to Lakeview Elementary School in Greensboro, Woodbury Elementary and the Albany Community School.

Admission is $20. Information: Skye Livingston, 802-533-9370 skye@wonderartsvt.org, wonder artsvt.org.

Bread and Puppet present ‘Existibility’

Bread and Puppet Theatre in Glover will present “Existibility,” a quasi-medieval morality play directed by Peter Schumann, on three Sundays, Nov. 10, 17 and 24, at 3 p.m. at the Ballroom, 753 Heights Road, Glover.

Donations at the door are appreciated. Seating is limited. The traditional bread and aioli will be served after the show and the museum and museum store will be open. Information: breadandpuppet.org.

Original play, ‘Bronte,’ at NVU

The Northern Vermont University-Johnson performing arts department will present “Bronte,” a play about the lives of sister novelists Ann, Charlotte and Emily Bronte, Thursday to Saturday, Nov. 7, 8 and 9, at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 10, at 2 p.m. at NVU’s Dibden Center for the Arts. General admission is $5.

The play, written by Polly Teale, explores the family struggles of the literary Bronte sisters, focusing on the creation and haunting characters of “Jane Eyre,” “Wuthering Heights” and “The Tenant of Wildfell Hall.”

Laura Roald, president of the board of the nonprofit Off Center for the Dramatic Arts in Burlington, is directing. The production is part of Northern Vermont University’s Lecture and Arts Series. Information and tickets: northernvermont.edu/johnsonevents.

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