Vermont Stage announces line up of 22nd season

Theater season kicks off in October with Vermont Stage Tribes by Nina Raine. Billy’s proudly unconventional family shows affection by lobbing barbed witticisms back and forth in a never ending match of wills. But Billy, who is Deaf, has never been able to fully participate in their game. When he meets a young woman who […]

Shelburne Vineyard to exhibit the photographs of Lincoln artist, Victoria Blewer

Shelburne Vineyard’s Fall art exhibit, Fall’s Call, will feature the photographs of Lincoln artist, Victoria Blewer, beginning Tuesday, Sept. 1 and hanging through the end of Nov. An Artist’s reception will be held at the Vineyard tasting room on Sunday, Sept. 15 from 2pm to 4pm where visitors can meet the artist and enjoy complementary […]

Shelburne Players offer first musical production

Shelburne Players offer first musical production

Shelburne Players held their annual kick off cookout for their fall production I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change in Shelburne Sunday. This is the Players’ first musical production. Director Peter Espenshade, and Producer Gerry Lawrence, drew the winning entry for two free tickets to the musical comedy. Raffle forms were entered at the Shelburne Players’ […]

Remembering Korny Kapers

Remembering Korny Kapers

By Rosalyn Graham It was the greatest show in town for many years. Korny Kapers was the brain child of the Shelburne PTA who produced their first show on April 11, 1953 in the new gymnasium of the Shelburne School (translation for more recent arrivals in Shelburne – the gym of the building that is […]

New England’s largest community theater seeks singers, dancers and actors for fall production

Lyric Theatre Company of Vermont is seeking 29 singers, dancers and actors for their up-coming production of Irving Berlin’s classic American songbook musical, White Christmas. Auditions will be held at Spotlight Vermont in South Burlington from Aug. 22 through Aug. 29. Performances will be at the Flynn Center, Main Stage from Nov. 12 through 16. Made […]

Exhibition of inspired approaches to Vermont contemporary furniture

Exhibition of inspired approaches to Vermont contemporary furniture

Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne Village is pleased to announce the opening of Joined: Inspired Approaches to Vermont Contemporary Furniture and Wood Design. The exhibit represents the work of 8 inventive and accomplished Vermont wood and furniture designers, one of whom also acted as curator: David Hurwitz. Exhibition dates are Sept. 4 through Oct. 21, […]

Local jazz musician debut

Local jazz musician debut

Alicia Phelps, 21, of Shelburne has been studying and performing as a jazz vocalist and pianist for nearly five years and will graduate next year with a degree in Jazz Studies and Music Education from the University of Southern Maine. She will be performing in her first local showcase at 5pm at the Richmond Free […]

Guy Mendilow Ensemble’s Tales from the Forgotten Kingdom Tour to perform concert

Guy Mendilow Ensemble’s Tales from the Forgotten Kingdom Tour to perform concert

The Guy Mendilow Ensemble will perform at Treewild House Concerts at 7pm on Saturday, Sept. 5 in Shelburne. Tales from the Forgotten Kingdom dives into Ladino tradition, from songs and stories carried by Sephardic Jews as they moved from Spain and settled along the Mediterranean’s northern coast to Greece and Turkey. In multicultural metropolises like […]

Steampunk fest to hit Vermont for the first time

Steampunk fest to hit Vermont for the first time

The First Annual Springfield Steampunk Festival, an official Vermont Arts 2015 event, is slated for Sept. 11, 12 and 13 in Springfield. The hope is to put Springfield back on the map as a place where imagination happens and gears still turn. Sabrina Smith, who is coordinating the festival said, “I think we are on […]

Shakespeare in the Park at Shelburne Museum

Shakespeare in the Park at Shelburne Museum

The Vermont Shakespeare Company staged Shakespeare in the Park at Shelburne Museum for the second consecutive year Sunday. The company is wrapping up its tenth season at UVM’s Royal Tyler Theater in Burlington this weekend. Founded in North Hero by John Nagle and Jenna Necrason, a husband and wife team, the VSC is the culmination […]

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