Win a 2018 Subaru Forester 2.5 with a Yakima Skybox Roof Rack; $25,760 value. Tickets, $50 each (3 for $100). Drawing Dec. 28 at St. Johnsbury Subaru. Net proceeds to benefit Catamount Arts. Winner responsible for all fees and must be 18 years or older.
Join us at the Highland Center for the Arts in Greensboro as Elisabeth Von Trapp comes "Home for Christmas." Performing with cellist Erich Kory and the Hazen Union High School chorus, Von Trapp's joyfully expressive voice will have you gasping in awe!
TMM writes, designs (sets, costumes), directs and acts for STAGE and FILM. TMM offers ACTING laboratories and workshops. Most services are provided in English and in French. TMM is diverse and experimental. To collaborate with TMM, contact us.
1954 Drive-In movie Theatre
The Dorset Players provides live theatre for the purpose of enriching and entertaining our community; and to provide growth and educational opportunities to both children and adults through a variety of theatrical experiences.
Under the artistic direction of Sabra Jones, GAAR seeks to to promote cultural and economic opportunities for the NEK through performance, preserving and advancing the various classical art forms of theater, music and dance, and through collaborative projects with other artists and organizations.
The Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival [MNFF] was created to support, promote and exhibit the dynamic and imaginative efforts of new filmmakers. The emphasis at the MNFF is entirely on filmmakers who have recently completed either their first or second feature film or first or second short film.
The Springfield Community Players strive to create and sustain an interest in the arts,
and in particular to foster the development of community theater in the Springfield area.
The Spruce Peak Arts Center Foundation owns and operates the 400-seat Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center (122 Hourglass Drive) in Stowe, Vermont, a vibrant gathering place that inspires, educates and entertains all who live, work and play in the greater Stowe community.
The Dorset Theatre Festival is a non-profit organization supported by individuals like you who believe that live theatre enriches our experiences as a community and connects us to what makes us human.
Inspired by the work and spirit of Shakespeare, we produce theater of excellent artistic quality that enhances the cultural life of Vermont and the region. We achieve our mission through an integrated summer season of training, education, and performance.
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