What do you get when you cross six actors and Alan Ayckbourn’s NORMAN CONQUESTS with three directors and three theatres in three distinctive Vermont communities? A totally historic (and hilarious) opportunity. Period.
Our friends at White River Junction’s Northern Stage opened last week with the first play, “Living Together,” launching our collective theatres into an unprecedented collaboration and taking Vermont by storm. Check out the Vermont Art Council’s FEATURE STORY about this exciting project!
Rutland Herald art critic Jim Lowe described the first production, directed by Peter Hackett, as “most entertaining” and “simply superb” against (David Arsenault’s) “drop dead gorgeous” British drawing room set. Take a look below…check out the country house digs, get a load of these irresistible faces, and please, please get your tickets today! See “Living Together” before it closes May 8. Then follow the cast and crew to Dorset in June for a lesson in table manners, and back to Weston in July for a romp round the Garden. You know what they say, third time’s a charm…
Photos Courtesy Northern Stage, by Rob Strong. Collaboration sponsored, in part, by Casella Resource Solutions, TPW Real Estate, and The Vermont Country Store. Don’t miss this #VTarts2016 event, with media sponsorship from Vermont Public Radio.