season 2017

 

REGENERERATION

thursDAY & friDAY,  July 20 & 21           8 pm

Nancy rappaport                                     $15

A daring show about one woman’s journey through breast cancer that illuminates the jagged edge between serenity and fear, strength and vulnerability. 

 
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AN EVENING OF DANCE

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from Brooklyn ...

to Burlington

tuesday & wednesday, July 25 & 26           7:30 PM

Frederick, Satterlee & Byrne                     $15

Three east coast dancer/choreographers light up the barn in an evening of dance. The program begins with music outside on the beautiful Phantom grounds. Bring a picnic and enjoy summer in Vermont. Dance starts at 8.

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DUST

tuesday & wednesday, august 8 & 9        8 pm 

isadora snapp, choreographer                 $15

Isadora Snapp returns to the barn with the premier of her new work, "Dust," an exploration of  ever-evolving notions of identity, self and unity.

 
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NEW WORKS 

friday & Saturday, August 11 & 12                  8pm

Laurel Jenkins Tentindo & company           $15

In collaboration with the Contemporary Dance and Fitness Studio in Montpelier, Phantom welcomes back Laurel Jenkins Tentindo - former Trisha Brown dancer - for an evening of eclectic & high energy dance in styles ranging from hip hop to lyrical

 

The Magic Toy Box

 

Monday, August 14 - friday, August 18    9am-12pm

kids camp

Open up a magic toy box and discover what's inside! In this long-time favorite, Phantom's Artistic Director, Tracy Martin, helps children use theater, dance, and the power of their imaginations. First come, first served! email Tracy to sign up: tracy@madriver.com

ages 4-6, $120 for the week

Scholarships and sibling discounts available

 
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The Whale

 

wednesday & Thursday,  August 16 & 17       8pm

joanne Greenberg, director                         $15

A morbidly obese gay man tries to make amends with his estranged wife and embittered teenage daughter in this staged  reading of Samuel D. Hunter's contemporary play set in rural Mormon Idaho.

 

STOP/SLOW (a Flagger's Lament)

 

saturday & sunday, august 19 & 20            8pm

Jean Taylor, CHOREOGRAPHER                      $15


It’s Maddie’s first day on the job, and she is ready for anything . . . except nothing. Careening from boredom to panic to joy, Maddie endeavors to extricate herself from the fast lane, overcome the disappointment of high expectations, and slow down… or maybe even stop

 

ZERO HOUR

tuesday & wednesday, august 22 & 23           8pm

noah witke Mele, CHOREOGRAPHER                 $15

An introspective, interdisciplinary performance drawing on traditions of audience participation, "Zero Hour" is a meditation on the role of identity and social engagement in the creation of meaningful artistic work .

 
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THE MOTH

SUnday, August 27                                             8pm      

Bobby Stoddard, HOST                                     $10

True stories by your neighbors and friends. Come to listen, come to tell. Stay tuned for this month's theme!