TWO FOR CHRISTMAS – A Staged Reading
December 13 at 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Vermont’s award-winning professional theater returns to Judevine presenting a staged reading of favorite Vermont writer David Budbill’s wondrous and whacky “Two for Christmas.”
It’s like getting two shows in one! Act One travels back in time to 1479 England in “The Second Shepherds Play.” — Act Two then flashes forward 500 years later landing in Budbill’s mythical Judevine with Antoine, Doug, Arnie, and Tommy in “The Pulp Cutters’ Nativity.”
LNT is mounting this staged reading of Two For Christmas to shine a light on the legacy of one of its longest collaborators, the late David Budbill – who considered the company his “home” theater.
The performance runs approximately 2 hours with intermission.
Covid Safety Protocols: Masks are strongly encouraged. (LNT’s State of the Art Bio-Defense Air Purification “Synexis” System is also in service 24/7 keeping everyone as safe as possible.)
COST: $20 General/ $15 Students & Seniors / $10 Youth (under 12).
center reserved guarantee seats available for additional fee
$20 Live-Stream & On-Demand.
INFO & TICKETS: www.lostnationtheater.org
The Flood made LNT/City Hall’s elevator inoperable, requiring climbing stairs to attend in person. The play will be available digitally to make the show accessible to those unable to physically join us. We appreciate your understanding during this emergency situation.
SPONSORS: Vermont Recovery & Resilience Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation, Montpelier Strong Fund, The City of Montpelier, Vermont Mutual Insurance, National Life Group, The World, Eternity, Vermont Arts Council/NEA, The Estate of Ted Richards, The Mary Shriver Fund of the Alan Weiss Estate
ABOUT LNT: Lost Nation Theater winner “Theater of the Decade” – Broadway World (2020); “Best of New England”, Yankee Magazine, was named “One of the Best regional theaters in America” by the New York Drama League, “Outstanding Achievement Award” from the New England Theatre Conference; and has won the People’s Choice awards from both Seven Days and The Times Argus for Best Theater.