• GROWING UP LGBTQ IN RURAL VERMONT

    July 26, 2019 FRIDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    Vermont is know as one of the most pregrsive states in the country, due largely to the decades-long struggle of the LBGTQ community and its allies. In this original Vermont Pride Theatre commission conceived, written, and co-directed by Maura Campbell, a multi-generational ensemble of 15 native Vermonters take the stage to tell their own personal stories of the ground-shattering events of the past thrirty years. Co-directed by Charlie McMeekin.

  • ALL TOGETHER NOW

    July 27, 2019 SATURDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    One morning the doorbell rings at the home of Paul and Adam and in walks 15-year old Fox, who thells them he is Pauls son and wants to live with them. Arriving to share this news are Pauls parents Jim and Dorothy, and Foxs mother Julie. This life-changing moment touches Paul and Adam as they consider marriage, and Jim and Dororthy, who never expected to be grandparents. Written by Philip Middleton Williams, directed by Jarvis Green.

  • A LATE SNOW

    July 28, 2019 SUNDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    In Jane Chambers 1960s play, closeted college professor Ellie finds herself snowbound in an isolated cabin with her first love, an ex-lover, her current love, and a potential new love. Though written more than 50 years ago, A Late Snow remains relevant to modern audiences through its exploration of timeless themes of love, betrayal, and acceptance. Directed by Shannon Sanborn.

  • A LATE SNOW

    August 2, 2019 FRIDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    In Jane Chambers 1960s play, closeted college professor Ellie finds herself snowbound in an isolated cabin with her first love, an ex-lover, her current love, and a potential new love. Though written more than 50 years ago, A Late Snow remains relevant to modern audiences through its exploration of timeless themes of love, betrayal, and acceptance. Directed by Shannon Sanborn.

  • GROWING UP LGBTQ IN RURAL VERMONT

    August 3, 2019 SATURDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    Vermont is know as one of the most pregrsive states in the country, due largely to the decades-long struggle of the LBGTQ community and its allies. In this original Vermont Pride Theatre commission conceived, written, and co-directed by Maura Campbell, a multi-generational ensemble of 15 native Vermonters take the stage to tell their own personal stories of the ground-shattering events of the past thrirty years. Co-directed by Charlie McMeekin.

  • ALL TOGETHER NOW

    August 4, 2019 SUNDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    One morning the doorbell rings at the home of Paul and Adam and in walks 15-year old Fox, who thells them he is Pauls son and wants to live with them. Arriving to share this news are Pauls parents Jim and Dorothy, and Foxs mother Julie. This life-changing moment touches Paul and Adam as they consider marriage, and Jim and Dororthy, who never expected to be grandparents. Written by Philip Middleton Williams, directed by Jarvis Green.

  • PRIDE PASS

    August 4, 2019 SUNDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    The Pride Pass allows addmission to 3 ticketed 2019 Pride Festival performances of your choice.

  • MENDELSSOHN, BRAHMS, AND ERNEST SANDERS

    August 17, 2019 SATURDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    Viola Quintets by Mendelssohn and Brahms and an arrangement by Ernest H. Sanders for String Quartet of an anonymous vocal work from the 13th century, Ave Maria.

  • BIG GALUTE

    August 21, 2019 WEDNESDAY 7:00 PMMusic Hall

    A first for the festival, make your plans now to enjoy this fabulous group! Bug Galute performs a unique repertoire of Jewish and Jewish-themed music spanning five continents and six centuries, including Klezmer originals, tango, and works of Salamone Rossi, Shostakovich, Brahms and Mahler.

  • AN EVENING OF BEETHOVEN

    August 24, 2019 SATURDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    All Beethoven will conclude our 27th Season of Standards. Early, mid and late Beethoven with a Violin Sonata, Cello Sonata, and the "Ghost" Piano Trio.

  • NEW WORLD FESTIVAL 2019

    September 1, 2019 SUNDAY 12:00 PMMusic Hall

    Celebrate Vermonts Celtic and French Canadian heritage with traditional--and sometimes not so traditional--music and dance. Each year more than 70 exceptional musicians are drawn from New England, Canada, and the British Isles. Concerts, music and dance, childrens activities, and open dancing unfold on five continuous stages from noon until 11 pm. Main Street is closed to traffic, and the festival site becomes an intimate pedestrian village.