Six years in the making, George Woodard’s “The Farm Boy” has been screening at venues throughout Vermont.
“Our season is positively packed with practically every type of performance and production you can think of,” said Gerianne Smart, President of the Friends of the Vergennes Opera House.
The money will go toward the $1.64 million effort to upgrade accessibility to the theater for all audience members, the stage and green room for all performers, and Vergennes City Hall offices for all visitors.
Middlebury Community Players Company Be proudly concludes their 2023 summer season with the bittersweet comedy, “Wally’s Cafe” by Ron Clark and Sam Bobrick.
In Wendy MacLeod’s comedy gem “Slow Food,” Peter and Irene pick the wrong Palm Springs restaurant to celebrate their 23rd anniversary.
“Red,” the Tony Award winning play, opens at the Vergennes Opera House on Thursday, June 22, and runs through Sunday, June 25.
Patti Casey and Colin McCaffrey with special guest Eric O’Hara are performing at the Vergennes Opera House on Saturday, May 20 to help us close out the very successful 2022-2023 season.
Get Ready for some toe-tapping-can’t-stay-in-your-seat music with The Stragglers, live at the Vergennes Opera House on Saturday, April 15.
On Tuesday the Vergennes City Council discussed a special city election that could be scheduled for late this spring or early summer and have multiple items on the ballot.
The comedy troupe Stealing from Work performs at the Vergennes Opera House Saturday, March 25, at 7:30 p.m.
“The Summer of Walter Hacks” is a story about young farm boy, during one hard summer in 1952 where after a tragedy on the farm, he and his brother are faced with some tough decisions.
Lucky for us, an afternoon magic show is slated for Saturday, Jan. 28, at the Vergennes Opera House, with magician Alyx Hilshey.
A Vergennes Opera House booster and an architect last week told the Vergennes City Council that they’ve updated — and upgraded — the plan to improve accessibility to the second-story city theater and its stage.
A spectacular lineup of performers will take the stage on Friday, Dec. 9, at 7:30 p.m., to perform musical numbers from “Guys and Dolls,” “Ragtime,” “Hairspray” and a special tribute to Stephen Sondheim.
On Wednesday, Nov. 16, New Rhythm and Blues Quartet with horns (Whole Wheat Horns) will rock the old bones of the historic Vergennes Opera House and turn the stage into a fantastic musical playground.