The Middlebury College Department of Theatre and Dance will present Meg Miroshnik’s dark comedy, “The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls” on April 2–4 at the Seeler Studio Theatre.
There’s something about identical twins which seems to appeal to both entertainment promoters and young fans.
Vermont’s Shakespeare on Main Street will hold auditions in Rutland and Brandon for its summer 2015 production of “Henry IV-Part 1”.
CREATE arts camp in Brandon, Vt.
If you think art is for snobs, well, think again. Back in the 1950s, artist Pablo Picasso observed that, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up”
Aurora Middle School students have been hard at work creating their own play, which will be presented on Wednesday, April 8, at 6:30 p.m. at the Cornwall Town Hall.
Read the complete interview with Rusty DeWees in the spring free issue of North Country Living Magazine in local stores the week of April 5.
Many famous men and women have walked the landscape of the Green Mountain State since its founding in the 18th century.
Native Vermont sculptor Kenneth Maurice, owner of Vermont Stone Sculpturing, Inc., has a rare talent—a gift of transforming inert stone into magnificent works of art. From religious statues, outdoor fountains and sculpted figurines to war memorials, family busts and pet memorials, this master has revealed the human heart and soul in stone.
On Sunday, March 15, at 4 p.m., a special St. Patrick’s Day celebration at Middlebury College’s Wilson Hall McCullough Social Space will feature music and dance, of Ireland and Appalachia.
Officials of the Paramount Theatre in downtown Rutland announced the third “Live in HD” programming initiative.
Radio listeners to WVMT 620 AM in Burlington woke up to learn that "The Dennis Miller Show" is off the air.
For those of us who grew up as fans of television’s original “Star Trek” during the 1960s, the news last month of 83-year-old actor Leonard Nimoy’s death struck an especially sad note.
An interview—part 1 of 2
Meet Rusty DeWees—better known to area residents as the Logger.
PEGTV Channel 15
PEGTV of Rutland County welcomed Amber Dumas to its staff as a field producer for its popular “Access” news magazine television show on PEGTV’s Channel 15.
Herbert Kinobe—whose last name is pronounced “Chin-O-bay”—is a gifted Ugandan multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and composer known for his inspired synthesis of African roots and global fusion.