Music & Theatre

Music & Theater


Bellows Falls Opera House
7 Centennial Square, Rockingham
bfoperahouse.com,
802 463-3964
Sep 6: Gordie Tentrees, 7:30p. Sep 23: Puppets in the Green Mountains performance, Peter and the Wolf, 8p. Sep 28: Made in Vermont Music Festival Statewide Tour, 7:30p.

Bennington Center for the Arts
44 Gypsy Lane, Bennington
10a–5p, (Closed Mondays)
benningtoncenterforthearts.org
802 442-7158
Sep 29: An Evening with Tom Rush, 8p.

Brattleboro Music Center
38 Walnut Street, Brattleboro
bmcvt.org, 802 257-4523
Sep 17: Windham Orchestra Open Rehersal, 7:30p, at River Garden, Brattleboro. Oct 7: Blanche Moyse Memorial Concert, 7:30p, at Persons Hall, Marlboro College. Oct 27: Chamber Series: Musicians from Marlboro, 7:30p, Centre Congregational Church, Brattleboro. Nov 4: Music School Faculty Recital, 3p, Centre Congregational Church, Brattleboro. Nov 16: Windham Orchestra, 7:30p, Vermont Academy, Saxtons River. Nov 18: Windham Orchestra, 3p, Latchis Theater. Dec 9: BMC Chamber Music Series: Laredo, Robinson, Tenenbom & Hochman, 3p, Centre Congregational Church, Brattleboro.

The Dorset Players
PO Box 521, Dorset
dorsetplayers.org
802 867-5111
Oct 5-7 & 12-13: The Great American Trailer Park musical, 7:30p, Oct 14 at 3p. Oct 27: La Boheme, 8p. Nov 3: Vermont Reads – Reading of Bull Run, 7:30p. Nov 30, Dec 7: Children’s Holiday special, Dec 1-2 & 8-9, 2p.

Latchis Theatre
50 Main St, Brattleboro
latchis.com, 802 254-6300
Sep 22: Puppets in the Green Mountains performance, Peter and the Wolf, 3p. Sep 30: Puppets in the Green Mountains performance, Memories of a Circus Tiger, 11a & 3p. Nov 18: Windham Orchestra Opening Concert, 3 & 7p. Ongoing: The Metropolitan Opera HD Live, visit latchis.com for full details.

New England Center for the Circus Arts
76 Cotton Mill Hill #300, Brattleboro
necenterforcircusarts.org
802 254-9780
Sep 8: Open House, 2-4p. Oct 7: Flying Trapeze Show, 4-5p, rain date Oct 14. Dec 1: Recital, 4-5p. Dec 14-16: The Flying Nut, annual holiday show.

New England Youth Theater
100 Flat St, Brattleboro
neyt.org, 802 246-NEYT (6398)
Sep 22 & 30: Puppets in the Green Mountains performance, D-Generation, 8p. Sep 27-28: Puppets in the Green Mountains performance, Black Birds of Bialystok, 7p Thur, 8p Fri. Sep 29: Puppets in the Green Mountains performance, Scenes from a Tree, 11a & 3p. Oct 11-21: Romeo & Juliet, directed by Peter Gould. Nov 2-11: The Fantastic Mr. Fox, directed by Jane Baker. Dec 6-16: Annie, directed by Rebecca Waxman.

Oldcastle Theatre Company
44 Gypsy Land, Bennington
oldcastletheatre.org, 802 447-0564
Thru Nov: Shows include You Can’t Take it With You, Northern Boulevard, Grandma Moses: An American Primitive, Around the World in 80 Days, The Fox on the Fairway, Doubt and Other People’s Money, see website for schedule.
The Old Tavern at Grafton
92 Main St, Grafton
802 843-2231, oldtavern.com
Sep 22: Easy Street, swing, bluegrass, jazz, rockabilly, 8p. Sep 29: Spike Dogtooth, bluegrass, Irish, traditional and originals, 8p. Oct 6: Hungrytown, jazz, blues duo of Ken Anderson and Rebecca Hall. Oct 13: Skip D, light rock and pop.

Sandglass Theater
17 Kimball Hill, Putney
sandglasstheater.org
802 387-4051
Sep 22-30: Puppets in the Green Mountains, international festival of unusual theater, with shows in several locations in southern Vermont. Visitpuppetsinthegreenmountains.com for full details.

Southern Vermont Arts Center
Arkell Pavilion at West Rd, Manchester
svac.org, 802 362-1405
Oct 6: A Night at the Hop, with David Somerville of the Diamonds and The Chiffons, 7:30p.

Stone Church Arts
20 Church Street, Bellows Falls
stonechurcharts.org
802 463-3100
Sep 29: Thea Hopkins, American Short Story Folk, 7:30p. Oct 13: Oni Buchanan, pianist, 7:30p. Oct 27: Aine Minogue, Celtic harp and vocalist. Nov 10: James D’Leon, classical pianist. Dec 1: Possum Haw, folk and bluegrass quintet.

Hooker Dunham Theater & Gallery
139 Main Street, Brattleboro
twilightmusic.org
802 387-5772
Sep 15: Caravan of Thieves and The Bee Eaters, acoustic swing and alt gypsy jazz, at Next Stage, Putney, 7:30p. Sep 22: Cantrip, high energy Scottish music, 7:30p. Sep 30: Fishtank Ensemble, world music quartet, 7:30p. Oct 6: Cheryl Wheeler, folk singer and songwriter, Next Stage, Putney, 7:30p. Oct 12: Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen, contemporary bluegrass quartet, 7:30p. Oct 26: Coyote Grace, nostalgic roots trio, 7:30p. Nov 16: Antje Duvekot, Mark Erelli, folk singer and songwriter double bill, Next Stage, Putney, 7:30p. Dec 6-7: The Sweetback Sisters Country Christmas Sing-Along, 7:30p both days.

Vermont Arts Exchange
29 Sage Street Mill, N. Bennington
vtartxchange.org
802 442-5549
Sep 15: Blues Benefit for Bennington Coalition for the Homeless and the Vermont Arts Exchange, 8p. Oct 12: Howard Fishman returns. Oct 31: 20th Annual Halloween Parade & Party, 3p-dusk. Nov 9: Fall Fundraiser Party, with artist group and sale, concert with Grupo los Santos and Max Pollock.

Vermont Jazz Center
72 Cotton Mill Hill, Brattleboro
vtjazz.org, 802-254-9088
Sep 13: Jazz Night with Eugene Uman Trio, Vermont Institute of Contemporary Arts, Chester, 8p. Check website for upcoming concert info. The Vermont Jazz Center is dedicated to creating and preserving jazz through the presentation of workshops, concerts, and instruction to a broad constituency of artists, students, and the general public.

Vermont Symphony Orchestra
At various locations in Vermont
vso.org, 800 876-9293
Sep 28: Annual Made in Vermont concert at the Bellows Fall Opera House, 7:30p. Oct 1: Made in Vermont concert at Castleton State College, 7p, Castleton. Dec 9: Sunday Matinee Series 1
(Holiday Pops), 3p, Paramount Theater, Rutland. Dec 15: Brass Quintet & Counterpoint, 5p, the White Church, Grafton. Dec 16: Brass Quintet
& Counterpoint, 4p, First Congregational Church, Manchester. Dec 17: Brass Quintet & Counterpoint, 4p, Brandon Congregational Church, Brandon.

Weston Playhouse Theatre Company
703 Main Street, Weston
westonplayhouse.org
802 824-5288
Thru Sep 8: Pregnancy Pact, world premiere of 2011 New Musical Award recipient. Thru Sep 9: Bad Dates, directed by Tim Fort.

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