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Tuesday, October 24 @ 7:00 pm
The Vermont Arts Council, in association with Governor Phil Scott, presents the 2017 Governor’s Arts Awards. These awards are given annually to recognize outstanding individual and organizational contributions to the arts. We invite you to join us in honoring: Author and illustrator David Macaulay of Norwich, recipient of The Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts, the highest honor presented to an artist by the state of Vermont. Author Chris Bohjalian of Addison County, recipient of the Walter Cerf Medal for Outstanding Achievement in…
Wednesday, October 25 @ 6:00 pm
A lonely boy befriends a homesick alien stranded on Earth and attempts to help him find a way home. Meanwhile, a group of government scientists attempt to capture the benevolent visitor for research. Won Oscars for sound, visual effects and score. Food and drink available from the Hardwick Street Café. Free / $5 suggested donation Rated PG for language and mild thematic elements
Saturday, October 28 @ 8:30 pm
–All tickets: $5– Come on out and hit the dance floor as we kick off our first Studio Stomp dance party! Get moving with the Funky Crustaceans, featuring the Mudbug Horns. This eight-piece band and their incredible horn section will keep you on your feet all evening long. The Café bar will be open for business so be sure to get to this great night out!
Wednesday, November 1 @ 6:00 pm
A classic sci-fi tale about ordinary people and their extraordinary meetings with extraterrestrials. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Food and drink available from the Hardwick Street Café. Free / $5 suggested donation Rated PG
Saturday, November 4 @ 7:00 pm
Gordon Clapp—best known for his Emmy-winning role as Detective Greg Medavoy on NYPD Blue and his Tony-nominated role in the 2005 Broadway production of Glengarry Glen Ross—stars in a one-person play about the great American poet, Robert Frost, who “barded” around the country for nearly half a century with his poetry, dry wit, and “promises to keep.”
Saturday, November 18 @ 7:00 pm
Beg, Steal or Borrow (Winner, 2017 Podunk Bluegrass Festival band competition) opens this rare and special show with their high-spirited newgrass sound. Then Bryan Bowers (Washington-based Autoharp Hall of Fame member and singer), Danny Knicely (worldclass mandolinist, guitarist, and mandocellist), and Geoffrey Goodhue (New England–based singer and multi-instrumentalist) come together for a captivating evening of American folk and mountain music.
Saturday, November 25 @ 8:30 pm
–All tickets: $5– Studio Stomp is back with DJVU, who will mix and mash a blend of disco, house, modern pop, classic hits, and electro swing. With residencies in Burlington and Montreal, DJVU is a high-energy player. The Café bar will be open —come and enjoy a great night out!
Saturday, December 9 @ 2:30 pm
After receiving a mysterious gift from her uncle, Clara journeys through a snow storm to the Magical Castle where the Sugar Plum Fairy enchants her with beautiful dances from around the world. Directed by Brandy Ofciarcik Perez, Ballet Wolcott’s Youth Company, students, and community members dance to Tchaikovsky’s classic score. Ballet Wolcott’s Nutcracker promises fun and fantasy to the entire family!
Home for Christmas, with Elisabeth Von Trapp and cellist Erich Kory, accompanied by the Hazen Union High School Chorus
Thursday, December 21 @ 7:00 pm
In a holiday presentation full of enchantment, Elisabeth Von Trapp continues an annual tradition that was established by the Trapp Family Singers. With a voice that critics have called “hauntingly clear,” “joyfully expressive,” and “simply beautiful,” Elisabeth accompanies herself on guitar and piano, and is joined by the world-class cellist Erich Kory and the High School chorus from Hazen Union School.