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Michael Berresse appointed Associate Artistic Director

Michael Berresse appointed Associate Artistic Director

Featured, Weston News |December 8, 2016

Vermont’s Weston Playhouse Theatre Company announces the appointment of award-winning actor/director Michael Berresse to the Weston staff. Berresse, who has worked with the company over five seasons, will become its first Associate Artistic Director in January. A Tony and Olivier-nominated actor and OBIE award-winning director, Michael Berresse has numerous Broadway … Read More
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Meet the Team: Ryan Ahern, Superintendent

Meet the Team: Ryan Ahern, Superintendent

Featured, Meet the Family, Walker Farm |October 19, 2016

As most of you know, and probably have seen from social media or driving by, Weston Playhouse Theatre Company is building a new theatre space. We have a great crew working on the construction of The Center of the Arts at Walker Farm. At the center of everything is site superintendent, Ryan Ahern. We asked him a few questions to get an idea of how he came to be working with us and about the building from a construction perspective. Read More
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Meet the Board: Juliette I. Britton

Meet the Board: Juliette I. Britton

Featured, Meet the Family |March 28, 2016

Check out our most recent "Meet the Family" post, an interview with Board Member and Local Entrepreneur Juliette Britton. Find out what makes her tick, why she came home to Vermont, and how she was inspired to work with us on the Board at Weston. Read More
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Meet the Peeps: Director of Development

Meet the Peeps: Director of Development

Cast and Crew, Featured, Meet the Family |February 28, 2016

Before Charma Bonanno was a development director, a financial manager, or a mom, she was an actor. She performed in theatres across the country, including several summers here in Weston as Velma Kelly in Chicago, Lucy Brown in The Three Penny Opera, and Prudie Cupp in Pump Boys and Dinettes, opening the Rod & Gun Club’s first season ever. Find out what it takes to make great theatre ... on the blog! Read More
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