Lyndonville is a village in the town of Lyndon, in Caledonia County, located in the beautiful and scenic Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, an area that National Geographic selected as part of their geotourism program for sustainable destinations. In 2009, a magazine named it one of 15 "Best Small Towns" in New England, and Lyndon State College is located here.
The Lyndonville area is ideal for year-round recreation activities, including skiing at nearby Burke Mountain, snowmobiling along VAST trails, and mountain biking along Kingdom Trails. Of course, don't forget the spectacular display of color during the Fall Foliage season!
Northern Vermont University-Lyndon's Twilight Players proudly present their Spring production of The Mystery of Edwin Drood. A raucous musical comedy based on Charles Dickens unfinished novel. In small town of Cloisterham, England, the young and charming Edwin Drood has been mysteriously murdered. But by whom? His leering romantic rival, John Jasper? The infamous purveyor of opium and vice, Princess Puffer? The mysterious Landless twins, newly arrived from Ceylon? Or someone else even more dastardly and villainous? Rupert Holmes’ award-winning musical solves this predicament by asking the audience to choose which character is the killer by putting it to a vote. Staged in metatheatrical manner by the Music Hall Royale, a Victorian theatre troupe full of just as many colorful characters as the roles they play, this charming and inventive musical is sure to intrigue and entertain any musical or mystery lover. Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. April 25-27 and 2pm on April 28th. Admission is by donation (free to NVU students). For more information, or to reserve seating please call 802-626-3663