Coming soon to NEYT
Please do not call the NEYT box office for tickets or information on any of these upcoming events. Contact the event presenter as listed below.
March 7-March 16
The Women's Freedom Center presents the 23rd Annual
Women's Film Festival
The 23rd annual Women’s Film Festival, a Women’s Freedom Center fundraiser, will present 31 films directed by, and about women. Over the course of two weeks, beginning with an opening night gala on Friday, March 7th and continuing to Sunday, March 16th, 2014, 17 documentaries, 4 feature films and 11 shorts from around the world will be screened at the New England Youth Theatre in Brattleboro, VT.
OPENING NIGHT: This year’s festival kicks-off with a super-powered gala on Friday, March 7, 2013 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm at the New England Youth Theater. The gala will begin with a reception of champagne, hors d’oeuvres, and music, followed by a screening of the fantastic film – Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines. Come dressed as your favorite superheroine/hero, make up your own or come as your alter-ego in “everyday” clothes!
Tickets for the Gala are $25 and are being sold now – to purchase;
online: go to womensfreedomcenter.net – click the donate button, put “gala ticket” in the message line and we’ll mail them out to you;
Tickets for movies will be $8.00 for general admission, $7.00 for students/seniors. A five-movie pass is available for $35. Passes may be purchased:
- At Everyone’s Books in Brattleboro and World Eye Bookshop in Greenfield
- Online through Paypal at womensfreedomcenter.net. Once on the website, put “film pass” in the message line and we’ll mail them out to you.
- By calling the Women’s Freedom Center – 257-7364
For more information, please click HERE.
The Vermont Theatre Company presents
by Tom Stoppard, directed by Jodi Clark
Vermont Theatre Company presents Tom Stoppard's award winning play, Arcadia, March, 21-23, and March 27-29. Jodi Clark is the director and the cast includes Jessica Gelter, Adrienne Major, Francis Hauert, Sophie Gorjance, Jay Gelter, Veda Crewe, Robert Wellington, Brandon Batham, Ian Hefele, Burt Tepfer, Ian Mahoney, and Aja Selbach.
Arcadia deftly and wittily explores the world of 1809 country estate life in England from the perspectives of those living at that time and their descendants, in 1995. Vivacious characters, snappy dialogue, and seamless scene changes between these
two time periods invite the audience to explore family drama, quantum physics, complex mathematics, landscape gardening, and the larger question of: What's it all about, anyway?
Arcadia was first performed at the Lyttelton Theatre, Royal National Theatre in London in 1993, and received the Olivier and Evening Standard Awards for Best Play. The first U.S. production opened in New York in March 1995. It was directed by Trevor
Nunn, starred Billy Crudup, and was Paul Giamatti's Broadway debut. That production earned the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award, and was nominated for the 1995 Tony Award for Best Play.
Brad Leithauser, writing for The New Yorker magazine in honor of the show's 20th anniversary, said it "the finest play written in my lifetime." The most recent performances of Arcadia were in 2009 in London and 2011 in New York, when it was nominated for a Tony for Best Play Revival.
General admission is $15; students, seniors, and everyone on Thursdays and Sundays is $12.
This year Vermont Theatre Company is celebrating its 30th anniversary. We are a non-profit community theater company based in Brattleboro, Vermont, dedicated to providing area audiences with high quality live performances and to actively encourage new people to join our efforts by always holding open auditions for all productions.