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Vermont Theatre Festival




Incorporated 1979




Annuit Coeptis


2016

Season






At the Unadilla Theatre

LOVE LETTERS

THE MIKADO

BOSTON MARRIAGE

GOD OF COURAGE






At the Festival Theatre


ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA

DOCTOR'S DILEMMA

HAY FEVER

OLD TIMES






Scroll down for more information and schedule of plays .











Love Letters


by

A. R. Gurney




Do we ever forget our first love? At least these lovers remember.... till death we do part.





The Mikado



by

W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan


Rousing music and funny plot.






Boston Marrage



by
David Mamet


The play concerns two women at the turn of the 20th century who are in a Boston marriage, a relationship between two females that may involve both physical and emotional intimacy. After widespread belief that Mamet could only write for men, the playwright released this play, which centers exclusively on women.







































Antony and Cleopatra




by

William Shakespeare


He is the darling of Rome, a military hero, the charismatic one in the triumvirate that rules the empire after Julius Caesar's assassination. She is the beautiful and seductive queen of Egypt, rich beyond belief. Both of them are arrogant, self-centered and totally heedless of others.





Hay Fever



by

Noel Coward

"A nice change for you, I suppose, after all those dreary plays," said the lady next to me. She was right in that Hay Fever offers pleasurable escape. But why I found myself wondering why, 90 years after it was written, Noel Coward's comedy still proves so astonishingly durable. I suspect it is because it combines astute observation of people with the jucyist of acting roles.


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The Doctor's Dilemma

by

George Bernard Shaw

"If you cannot have what you believe in," Shaw wrote in his preface, "you must believe in what you have. When your child is ill or your wife dying," when you are confronted by "the spectacle of a fellow creature in pain or peril, what you want is comfort, reassurance, something to clutch at, were it but a straw. This the doctor brings you. You have a wildly urgent feeling that something must be done; and the doctor does something. Sometimes what he does kills the patient."






Old Times


by

Harold Pinter


This is a guessing game with no real solution, a memory play as mystery play. But a coherent answer isn't the point. As Anna says, seemingly articulating the governing theme, "There are some things one remembers even though they may never have happened. There are things I remember which may never have happened but as I recall them so they take place." As in other Pinter plays, one primary concern is the instability of observable reality. Another is the violence that can be done; social, psychological, spiritual; without a fist ever being raised.






God of Carnage



by


Yasmina Reza




Two ostensibly civilised couples meet to sort out a playground punch-up: the son of Alain and Annette has broken two incisors of the son of their hosts, Michel and Veronique. At first, diplomatic niceties are observed. Gradually, however, tensions emerge between and among the couples.




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Performances in RED are in the Unadilla Theatre.
Performances in BLUE are in the Festival Theatre.


The theatres are a few yards from each other.



Our very popular

6 O'CLOCK RESTAURANT

is open to anyone by reservation attending the theatre

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Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

June

29 30 Mikado (o)
Love (o)

July

1 Mikado
Love
2 Mikado
Love
3 Matinee 2PM
Mikado
Love
4 5 Love (c) 6 7 Mikado
Doctor (o)
8 Mikado
Doctor
9 Mikado
Doctor
10 Mikado 11 12 13 14 Mikado
Doctor
15 Mikado
Doctor
16 Mikado
Doctor
17 Matinee 2PM
Mikado (c)
Doctor
18 19 20 21
Boston (o)
Doctor
22 Boston
Doctor
23 Boston
Doctor (c)
24 Boston 25 26 Boston 27 Boston 28 Boston
29 Boston
30 Boston (c)
31

August

1 2
Hay Fever (o)
Old (o)
3
Hay Fever
Cleopatra (o)
4
Hay Fever
Old
5
Hay Fever
Cleopatra
6
Hay Fever
Old

7
Matinee 2PM
Hay Fever
Cleopatra

8 9
Hay Fever
Old

10
Hay Fever
Cleopatra
11
Hay Fever
Old
12
Hay Fever

Cleopatra
13
Hay Fever (c)
Old
14
Matinee 2PM
Old
15 16
God (o)
Cleopatra
17
God
Old
18
God
Cleopatra
19
God
Old
20
God
Cleopatra
21
God
Old
22 23
God
Cleopatra
24
God
Old
25
God
Cleopatra

26
God
Old (c)
27
God (c)
Cleopatra (c)
28 29 30 31

September

1
2
3
4 5 6 7 8
9
10


All matinee performances begin at 2 PM










Parents with small children are asked to use discretion before bringing them to adult plays.
Please call the box office if you are in doubt. Babes-in-arms cannot be admitted. Curtain Time 7:30 Sharp

Tickets:
Adults evenings $20, Children 12 and under $10.

Matinees Adults $15. Children and adults under 25 $10.



Reservations and Information: 802-456-8968 or at : unadilla@pshift.com








501 Blachly Road
Marshfield Vermont 05658



From Montpelier take Rt 2 East to East Montpelier and thence North on Rt 14 to North Montpelier. One mile North of North Montpelier turn right on Max L. Gray Road
and follow it for 5 miles to the theatre.

From St Johnsbury: Go to Marshfield Villege on Rt 2 West. In Marshfield Village turn right on Creamery St (sign: East Calais ) Go up hill bearing left onto the Calais Road.
At third 4 corners turn right on East Hill Road. Follow to Blachly Road and the theatre.








Heartbreak House




Present Laughter



Juno and the Paycock




Blithe Spirit





Copenhagen

Month in the Country





What the Butler Saw



Heartbreak House

Patience




Little Hotel




The Caretaker




Rose










Oh, Coward!




Blithe Spirit




Pirates






Festival Theatre garden