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Circus Minimus
A Day in the Life of Circus


Sponsored by Prentiss Smith and Co.
Directed by Kevin O’Keefe

The Circus Kids Create return to NEYT for the fifteenth year. This year’s theme is TIME as we are inspired by the Beatles song - A Day in the Life. See a circus where circus itself is a character. Watch the screaming adorable baby turn into a precocious toddler, curious child, rebellious teen, harried adult, understanding parent, and wise old fool. See Shakespeare's seven ages of man come to life on the stage via tumbling, juggling, clowning, partner acrobatics and more.

Performances: Saturday, July 30 at 4pm and 7pm

Tickets: All tickets $8
 
 
 

Melodrama Festival Two

Sponsored by Howard Printing

Things That Ghost-Punch In The Night
Written by Jonny Flood
Directed by Maia Gilmour and Henry Weisel


When the Grayson family moved to Creaky Hollow, they had heard rumors of some paranormal activity, but didn't think too much of it. But after one night in the old house they learned the rumors were more true than they could ever have imagined. Now it's up to Luc and Lucia, TV's "Ghost Punchers" to save the day. Everyone's about to learn, however, that some things are scarier than others. And it may not be what it seems at first. Come enjoy this spooky, goofy, slapstick ghost-story about family, fear, and reality TV!


Hard Rock vs. Disco: The Fight to Determine the Future of the Entire World
Written by Jonny Flood
Directed by Micheal Trzos and Kristina Meima

The year is 1978. The musical landscape is changing. The fate of the entire human race hangs in the balance. One group of brave rockers is all that stands between the American artistic landscape and the marauding hordes of hairspray-wielding, high-heel-wearing, sequin-sparkling disco fanatics. Will Gus, Dave, and Wendy prevail against the evil corporate plot of Glitter Glitter Glitter Inc.? Or will Britney, Brenda, and Griff carry the disco torch into the 80s? Will Kurt and Tina get to enjoy a diverse record collection in peace without being unreasonably yelled at by their adult friends? Will Reed the sound-guy ever convince anyone that KISS is a decent band? There is only one way to find out!

Performances: July 22-23
Friday, July 22 at 6pm
Saturday, July 23 at 2pm and 6pm
Tickets: All tickets $8 includes both shows
 
 
 
Three Sisters

Sponsored by The Brattleboro Retreat
Written by Anton Chekhov
Directed by Eric Bass

Chekhov’s Three Sisters is a beautifully subtle play about disappointed dreams. In a rural Russian town, three sisters dream of moving to Moscow, the glamorous big city, and having a life of culture, wealth, romance, and elegance. Events conspire to make this dream fade, and the sisters must adjust to new realities. Three Sisters is a bittersweet drama with touches of comedy.

Performances: August 12-14
Friday, August 12 at 7pm
Saturday, August 13 at 2pm and 7pm
Sunday, August 14 at 2pm

Tickets: Adult $13, Senior $12, Student $10
 
 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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