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Arts Calendar: Theater in Central Vermont

The Vermont Arts Calendar is statewide, crowdsourced, and embeddable. Listings are free and seen by thousands of people throughout and beyond Vermont. The calendar is on the Council's website, and is shared by the Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing as well as Vermont Public Radio. Find virtual and in-person events of every kind, and search by event category, region, and date.

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Date

Region

Category

Saturday, February 6, 2021
Feb
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
13
2021

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

Vermont Pride Theater at Chandler will present a benefit ZOOMed reading of David Valdes’ timely play "Raggedy And" on Saturday February 6 at 7:30 pm, followed by a live talkback. The play will also be available on demand during the following week.

In "Raggedy And", a President-Elect invites an unknown poet to read at her inauguration, throwing the poet’s family members into conflict among themselves and with the Inaugural Committee. New Play Network says of the script: “Four LGBTQ characters tango over minority labels, gender politics, and the limits of privacy.” Director Joanne Greenberg observes that there could not be a more relevant play for this presidential season, and Valdes adds that while all the characters hold opposing views, each is presented with conviction and validity.

The cast is a model of diversity, all four being LGBTQ and/or Latinx. They plus Greenberg and Valdes will participate in the talkback after the pre-recorded performance on February 6, which will be moderated by former Vermont gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist.

Come join us for a terrific play, and support a good cause: GLAD's transgender rights projects throughout the northeast.

Tickets are $12, for as many as you can fit around your viewing device, available at (802)728-9878 or www.chandler-arts.org.

2/6/21 7:30pm - 2/13/21 11:30pm

Chandler on-line, Randolph

Sunday, February 7, 2021
Feb
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
13
2021

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

Vermont Pride Theater at Chandler will present a benefit ZOOMed reading of David Valdes’ timely play "Raggedy And" on Saturday February 6 at 7:30 pm, followed by a live talkback. The play will also be available on demand during the following week.

In "Raggedy And", a President-Elect invites an unknown poet to read at her inauguration, throwing the poet’s family members into conflict among themselves and with the Inaugural Committee. New Play Network says of the script: “Four LGBTQ characters tango over minority labels, gender politics, and the limits of privacy.” Director Joanne Greenberg observes that there could not be a more relevant play for this presidential season, and Valdes adds that while all the characters hold opposing views, each is presented with conviction and validity.

The cast is a model of diversity, all four being LGBTQ and/or Latinx. They plus Greenberg and Valdes will participate in the talkback after the pre-recorded performance on February 6, which will be moderated by former Vermont gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist.

Come join us for a terrific play, and support a good cause: GLAD's transgender rights projects throughout the northeast.

Tickets are $12, for as many as you can fit around your viewing device, available at (802)728-9878 or www.chandler-arts.org.

2/6/21 7:30pm - 2/13/21 11:30pm

Chandler on-line, Randolph

Monday, February 8, 2021
Feb
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
13
2021

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

Vermont Pride Theater at Chandler will present a benefit ZOOMed reading of David Valdes’ timely play "Raggedy And" on Saturday February 6 at 7:30 pm, followed by a live talkback. The play will also be available on demand during the following week.

In "Raggedy And", a President-Elect invites an unknown poet to read at her inauguration, throwing the poet’s family members into conflict among themselves and with the Inaugural Committee. New Play Network says of the script: “Four LGBTQ characters tango over minority labels, gender politics, and the limits of privacy.” Director Joanne Greenberg observes that there could not be a more relevant play for this presidential season, and Valdes adds that while all the characters hold opposing views, each is presented with conviction and validity.

The cast is a model of diversity, all four being LGBTQ and/or Latinx. They plus Greenberg and Valdes will participate in the talkback after the pre-recorded performance on February 6, which will be moderated by former Vermont gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist.

Come join us for a terrific play, and support a good cause: GLAD's transgender rights projects throughout the northeast.

Tickets are $12, for as many as you can fit around your viewing device, available at (802)728-9878 or www.chandler-arts.org.

2/6/21 7:30pm - 2/13/21 11:30pm

Chandler on-line, Randolph

Tuesday, February 9, 2021
Feb
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
13
2021

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

Vermont Pride Theater at Chandler will present a benefit ZOOMed reading of David Valdes’ timely play "Raggedy And" on Saturday February 6 at 7:30 pm, followed by a live talkback. The play will also be available on demand during the following week.

In "Raggedy And", a President-Elect invites an unknown poet to read at her inauguration, throwing the poet’s family members into conflict among themselves and with the Inaugural Committee. New Play Network says of the script: “Four LGBTQ characters tango over minority labels, gender politics, and the limits of privacy.” Director Joanne Greenberg observes that there could not be a more relevant play for this presidential season, and Valdes adds that while all the characters hold opposing views, each is presented with conviction and validity.

The cast is a model of diversity, all four being LGBTQ and/or Latinx. They plus Greenberg and Valdes will participate in the talkback after the pre-recorded performance on February 6, which will be moderated by former Vermont gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist.

Come join us for a terrific play, and support a good cause: GLAD's transgender rights projects throughout the northeast.

Tickets are $12, for as many as you can fit around your viewing device, available at (802)728-9878 or www.chandler-arts.org.

2/6/21 7:30pm - 2/13/21 11:30pm

Chandler on-line, Randolph

Wednesday, February 10, 2021
Feb
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
13
2021

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

Vermont Pride Theater at Chandler will present a benefit ZOOMed reading of David Valdes’ timely play "Raggedy And" on Saturday February 6 at 7:30 pm, followed by a live talkback. The play will also be available on demand during the following week.

In "Raggedy And", a President-Elect invites an unknown poet to read at her inauguration, throwing the poet’s family members into conflict among themselves and with the Inaugural Committee. New Play Network says of the script: “Four LGBTQ characters tango over minority labels, gender politics, and the limits of privacy.” Director Joanne Greenberg observes that there could not be a more relevant play for this presidential season, and Valdes adds that while all the characters hold opposing views, each is presented with conviction and validity.

The cast is a model of diversity, all four being LGBTQ and/or Latinx. They plus Greenberg and Valdes will participate in the talkback after the pre-recorded performance on February 6, which will be moderated by former Vermont gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist.

Come join us for a terrific play, and support a good cause: GLAD's transgender rights projects throughout the northeast.

Tickets are $12, for as many as you can fit around your viewing device, available at (802)728-9878 or www.chandler-arts.org.

2/6/21 7:30pm - 2/13/21 11:30pm

Chandler on-line, Randolph

Thursday, February 11, 2021
Feb
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
13
2021

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

Vermont Pride Theater at Chandler will present a benefit ZOOMed reading of David Valdes’ timely play "Raggedy And" on Saturday February 6 at 7:30 pm, followed by a live talkback. The play will also be available on demand during the following week.

In "Raggedy And", a President-Elect invites an unknown poet to read at her inauguration, throwing the poet’s family members into conflict among themselves and with the Inaugural Committee. New Play Network says of the script: “Four LGBTQ characters tango over minority labels, gender politics, and the limits of privacy.” Director Joanne Greenberg observes that there could not be a more relevant play for this presidential season, and Valdes adds that while all the characters hold opposing views, each is presented with conviction and validity.

The cast is a model of diversity, all four being LGBTQ and/or Latinx. They plus Greenberg and Valdes will participate in the talkback after the pre-recorded performance on February 6, which will be moderated by former Vermont gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist.

Come join us for a terrific play, and support a good cause: GLAD's transgender rights projects throughout the northeast.

Tickets are $12, for as many as you can fit around your viewing device, available at (802)728-9878 or www.chandler-arts.org.

2/6/21 7:30pm - 2/13/21 11:30pm

Chandler on-line, Randolph

Friday, February 12, 2021
Feb
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
13
2021

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

Vermont Pride Theater at Chandler will present a benefit ZOOMed reading of David Valdes’ timely play "Raggedy And" on Saturday February 6 at 7:30 pm, followed by a live talkback. The play will also be available on demand during the following week.

In "Raggedy And", a President-Elect invites an unknown poet to read at her inauguration, throwing the poet’s family members into conflict among themselves and with the Inaugural Committee. New Play Network says of the script: “Four LGBTQ characters tango over minority labels, gender politics, and the limits of privacy.” Director Joanne Greenberg observes that there could not be a more relevant play for this presidential season, and Valdes adds that while all the characters hold opposing views, each is presented with conviction and validity.

The cast is a model of diversity, all four being LGBTQ and/or Latinx. They plus Greenberg and Valdes will participate in the talkback after the pre-recorded performance on February 6, which will be moderated by former Vermont gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist.

Come join us for a terrific play, and support a good cause: GLAD's transgender rights projects throughout the northeast.

Tickets are $12, for as many as you can fit around your viewing device, available at (802)728-9878 or www.chandler-arts.org.

2/6/21 7:30pm - 2/13/21 11:30pm

Chandler on-line, Randolph

Saturday, February 13, 2021
Feb
6
2021
– THRU –
Feb
13
2021

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

"Raggedy And", by David Valdes, Vermont Pride Theater's benefit for GLAD

Vermont Pride Theater at Chandler will present a benefit ZOOMed reading of David Valdes’ timely play "Raggedy And" on Saturday February 6 at 7:30 pm, followed by a live talkback. The play will also be available on demand during the following week.

In "Raggedy And", a President-Elect invites an unknown poet to read at her inauguration, throwing the poet’s family members into conflict among themselves and with the Inaugural Committee. New Play Network says of the script: “Four LGBTQ characters tango over minority labels, gender politics, and the limits of privacy.” Director Joanne Greenberg observes that there could not be a more relevant play for this presidential season, and Valdes adds that while all the characters hold opposing views, each is presented with conviction and validity.

The cast is a model of diversity, all four being LGBTQ and/or Latinx. They plus Greenberg and Valdes will participate in the talkback after the pre-recorded performance on February 6, which will be moderated by former Vermont gubernatorial candidate Christine Hallquist.

Come join us for a terrific play, and support a good cause: GLAD's transgender rights projects throughout the northeast.

Tickets are $12, for as many as you can fit around your viewing device, available at (802)728-9878 or www.chandler-arts.org.

2/6/21 7:30pm - 2/13/21 11:30pm

Chandler on-line, Randolph