Grammy-nominated bluegrass mandolinist Matt Flinner again teams up with award-winning American Roots band Low Lily to celebrate the Winter Solstice.
Great Art Wednesdays is back at Town Hall Theater.
At first, it was a simple affair. But it didn’t stay that way.
Two Addison County institutions were among the 16 Vermont arts and community organizations that shared in a pot of $300,000 in Cultural Facilities Grants recently announced by the Vermont Arts Council.
Alfred Hitchcock needed 32 actors to film his 1935 spy thriller “The 39 Steps.” The Middlebury Community Players does it with four in its production of the brilliant comedy “The 39 Steps at Town Hall Theater.”
“It’s a play about what happens when you can’t do the thing that brings you joy — when life comes in and knocks you on your ass.”
The pandemic made it clear that many art producers in Addison County were ill-equipped to pivot proficiently in terms of digital content creation. This will change that.
The Aug. 19 show welcomes Costa Rican multi-instrumentalist Maiz “Brujo” Vargas Sandoval and his Afro-Latino Orchestra.
The final Young Company production at THT is Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale” with performances Wednesday, Aug. 17 at 7 p.m. and Thursday, Aug. 18, at 2 p.m.
“People don’t change, you just get to know them better.” That is the reoccurring line/theme of Douglas Anderson’s first musical production, “Welcome to Paradise,” which will debut this month at the Town Hall Theater.
The final Friday night of laughs will take place on Aug. 12, and will feature Friml, Nina Daniels (TBS, Showtime), Sam Evans (Just For Laughs) and Drew Lynch (America’s Got Talent).
The Swift House in conjunction with the Middlebury New Film Festival and Town Hall Theater will host a series of live events outside “Under the Tent” from Aug. 2 to 28.
The Town Hall Theater’s production of “Oliver!” left the audience begging, “Please, sir, may I have some more?”
Set in 1909 and filmed on Nantucket, Jay Craven’s new independent film is based on Jack London’s autobiographical novel, “Martin Eden.”
On Friday, July 29, enjoy Point CounterPoint’s faculty concert, “Transfigured Night,” featuring genre-changing music by composers who changed the course of music over their careers.