Up in Arms: Taking Stock of Guns- June 24 - October 23, 2016 This exhibit delves into our relationship with guns and explores the influence they have on visual artists. The Stilled Passage: Photographs of Un-Restored Ellis Island- June 24 - August 29, 2016 Through his photographs of un-restored buildings on Ellis Island, ruins of a not-so-distant past, Philip J. Calabria grants viewers passage to a bygone era. Chaos and Light: Jamie Young- June 24 - October 23, 2016 With dense fields of swooping brushstrokes and glancing lines, Jamie Young articulates abundant, tumultuous, encroaching vegetation. Union Station: Gateway to the World- June 24 - October 23, 2016 Images and stories of Brattleboro’s Union Station, home of BMAC, on the 100th anniversary of its opening. House/Home, A Work in Progress- September 2 - October 23, 2016 John Willis’ photographs of houses and homes in Native American communities shine a harsh light on income equality in our country.
Based on "The Adventures of Don Quixote" by Miguel de Cervantes, this epic musical is the winner of five Tony Awards, including best musical! Directed by Weston’s Malcolm Ewen, our summer opener will have you dreaming “The Impossible Dream” as a hero battles to restore chivalry to the world.
There’s nothing quite like Landgrove’s old world July 4th Celebration; The day starts with the annual “Hill vs Valley” softball game at 10am, followed by the town’s famous “pot-luck” supper at 6pm on The Landgrove Inn’s Great Meadow, all leading up to a fireworks display that would make Macy’s jealous!
The Vermont Summer Festival welcomes all spectators to the show grounds! Watch the horses and athletes, shop the onsite boutiques, or plan to have lunch and a drink.
Pulitzer finalist Dael Orlandersmith returns with Stoop Stories, on Weston’s OtherStages in 2014, returns with a celebrated and provocative new work. In this uplifting exploration of the family we are born into and the family we choose, Orlandersmith travels to the famed Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris where, by the graves of legendary artists such as Marcel Proust, Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison, she finds unexpected grace in a gripping tale of the legacy a daughter inherits from her mother. Mature language and subject matter.