Highland Center for the Arts Hosts Puccini’s Tosca

GREENSBORO – Puccini’s “Tosca” is coming to Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. Opera Vermont will present Giacomo Puccini’s “Tosca” at 7:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday, Feb. 16 and 17, at the Highland Center for the Arts. The production is fully staged with chamber orchestra and sung in the original Italian with English[Read More…]

Hewitt Wins Book Prize Competition

“Only What’s Imagined,” the third book of poetry by Geof Hewitt of Calais, won the poetry category in the ninth annual North Street Book Prize competition sponsored by Winning Writers, an online resource for poets and writers. Judge Ellen LaFleche commented, “He has so much respect for the folks in[Read More…]

Robinson Performs at Sterling College on Feb. 10

CRAFTSBURY – Sterling College will present an evening with songwriter Dana Robinson, with special guests “What Four,” on Saturday, Feb. 10, at Dunbar Hall. Based in Cabot, Robinson is an award-winning multi-instrumentalist and songwriter who combines a singing style, with wry humor and observations about community and place. For over 30[Read More…]

Fiber Arts Show Begins Feb. 3

ST. JOHNSBURY – Northeast Kingdom Artisans Guild, Backroom Gallery will feature “Whisp, a Fiber Arts Show.” Weaving, braiding, stitching, and repurposing are all features of this exhibit. Whisp opens February 3, with a reception from 2 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The artists include Neysa Russo, Nelly Detra, Katherine Coons, Amanda[Read More…]

The Counterpoint Vocal Ensemble Performs Jan. 17 at Vermont State House

MONTPELIER, – The kickoff of the 2024 Farmer’s Night Weekly Concert Series on Wednesday, January 17, at 7:30 p.m., will feature The Counterpoint Vocal Ensemble. The Montpelier-based Counterpoint returns to the State House to present “Turn the World Around,” a celebration of 666976933 a cappella  folksongs and the Great American Songbook. The evening will[Read More…]

Auditions Schedule for “Anne of Green Gables”

CABOT – The Cabot Community Theater is seeking actors for the Spring production of “Anne of Green Gables.” Children, teens and adults are needed for parts both large and small in this play, based on the book by L.M. Montgomery. There are over 30 speaking roles (including some parts for[Read More…]