season 2019

 

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NEW WORKS

Dance

NEW WORKS

The perennial favorite kicks off the new season.

friDAY & saturDAY,  July 6 & 7           

8 pm                               $12

 

 
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Every Brilliant Thing - Duncan MacMillan, with Jonny Donahoe

“Every Brilliant Thing is a pearl spun from the grit of life. It offers a timeless indulgence in the pleasure of live storytelling. Our storyteller, Aly Perry, is a wonder; she has the beguiling ability to set an audience at ease and draw us into this intimate tale in a way that makes it more of an immersive experience than a show.” -- Robin Fawcett, Director An intimate, off-beat gem of a show about depression and the lengths we go for those we love. “Every Brilliant Thing is a sad, but it is also gloriously funny and exceptionally warm… it highlights the irrepressible resilience of the human spirit and the capacity to find delight in the everyday.” -- Time Out London

FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JULY 12 & 13  

 
 

dance party - Luke DJ

TUESDAY, jULY 23

8pm $5

 
 
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Rob Donaldson - double bill with Daniel Forlano, 2 solo one acts

Poggio will perform a backward tumbling roll.

Regrets? He's got a few. Rob Donaldson brings this powerful 1958 classic to contemporary life. Presented in association with Moxie Productions and the Grange Hall Cultural Center.

friday & Saturday, JULY 26 & 27

Sunday (Matinee) July 28 1pm Rob, 2pm Daniel..KIDS SHOW!!

 
 
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Sarah Rose

The Mad River Valley Performance Platform, created by Sarah Rose and some of her collaborators, is a three day celebration of movement-based performance in Warren, VT July 29-31, 2019. This series includes community classes, choreography, and performance by artists based in Vermont, New York, California, and Florida.

Monday, July 29 masterclass

Tuesday, JULY 30 (show A)

Wednesday, July 31 (Show B)

 
 
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MAGDALEN – Erin Layton

MAGDALEN is a fictional exploration of the women and children who toiled as slave laborers in the real-life Magdalene Laundries throughout mid-twentieth century Ireland, and of the complicity of church officials in hiding their tragic stories.

Friday, Saturday & sunday, August 2, 3(workshop) & 4

 
 

MAGIC TOYBOX Camp

Monday - Friday, August 5 - 9

9 -12pm  

dance with willow, marychris, & tracy

Tuesday & Thursday, August 6 & 8

 
 

Noah Witke

Wednesday & Friday, August 7 & 9

 
 
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Scrag Mountain Music

Scrag Mountain Music presents a concert that highlights the music and performance of three composers who are also active concertizers — Jessica Meyer (viola / composer), Eve Beglarian (voice / composer), and Scrag’s co-Artistic Director Evan Premo (double bass / composer). Scrag co-Artistic Director and soprano Mary Bonhag also joins the program. Admission is “Come as you are. Pay what you can.” Reservations are recommended at www.scragmountainmusic.org

Saturday, August 10

 
 

Robin Lehman – solo nite

tuesday, August 13

 
 
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Ian Flanigan

Local to upstate New York, Flanigan’s songwriting features his rich, husky voice and evocative lyrics highlighting the rural landscape of his compositions. His sound is a blend of Americana and intricate percussive finger style. Flanigan is looking forward to visiting the Phantom Theater once again!

Wednesday, August 14

 
 
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The Peter & Will Anderson Trio

“Virtuosos on clarinet and saxophone” (New York Times), identical twins and Juilliard graduates Peter and Will Anderson have performed with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, Wycliffe Gordon, Cecile McLorin Salvant, Paquito D’Rivera, Wynton Marsalis, and can be heard on the 2014 Grammy-winning soundtrack of HBO’s Boardwalk Empire with Vince Giordano’s Nighthawks.  They’ve headlined at The Blue Note, Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, New Orleans Jazz Festival, and live on Garrison Keillor’s Prairie Home Companion Radio Program.  Vanity Fair magazine listed their debut album alongside Miles Davis in “Four New Releases to Make You Love Jazz,” and the Washington Post called their music “imaginatively unfolding in ways that consistently bring a fresh perspective to classic jazz.” At the Phantom, The Andersons will be joined by Parisian virtuoso guitarist Felix Lemerle performing American Songbook gems, New Orleans jazz hits, and Brazilian Bossa Novas.

Friday, August 16

 
 

music Festival (to be confirmed)

off site at Sugarhouse Soundworks

Saturday, August 17

 
 
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"Collected Stories," - Donald Margulies

"Collected Stories," by Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Margulies, takes a searching look at a pair of writers, focusing on their friendship, ambitions, conflicts, rivalries, and betrayals. When an older, famous writer agrees to mentor her grad student, she gets more than she bargained for.

Sunday, August 18 (matinee), Wednesday & Thursday, August 21 & 22

 
 
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THE MOTH

Storytelling

Bobby STODDARD, Host

Come to listen, come to tell! Bobby Stoddard, veteran of the national Moth tour, hosts.

Tonights Theme: TBD

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

7 PM $10