March 14, 2014
March 15, 2014
Join two Vermont comedians for a great night of laughter! Josie Leavitt got her start in New York City, she played at Stand-Up NY, Caroline’s, the Comic Strip and many other clubs. In 2007, she created the wildly popular showcase “Stand-Up, Sit Down and Laugh,” the longest running series in Flynn Theatre history. Sue Schmidt performs comedy throughout the country, including Vermont, New Hampshire, Florida and Anchorage, Alaska. She is one of the newest members of the Vermont Comedy Divas.
March 22, 2014
For the fourth year in a row, Stowe's TRIP Dance Company will return to our stage perform at its annual fundraiser. TRIP, which stands for Technique, Rehearse, Implement and Perform, is in its 12th year as a competitive dance company associated with the Stowe Dance Academy and comprised of 44 dancers ages 6-18 from the towns of Stowe, Waterbury, Waterbury Center, Morrisville, Johnson, Elmore, Hyde Park, Waitsfield, and Eden.
March 29, 2014
Star of iconic films Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, and Pretty in Pink, Golden Globe winner Molly Ringwald has recently starred on Broadway in How I Learned To Drive, the revival of Cabaret, Tony-nominated Enchanted April, and the West End production of When Harry Met Sally. Her recent book, When it Happens to You, is a national bestseller. Recording her first jazz album at age six, Ringwald recently released “Except Sometimes,” an album of standards from the Great American Songbook. In Stowe, she will share her stories and sing with her jazz quartet.
April 10, 2014
A one-woman tour-de-force, actress and clown Susanna Hamnett relates the great and tragic story of King Lear from the personal perspective of the king’s fool, Norris. Braving the most savage storm in English literature with breathtaking hilarity and heartache, she honors the Bard’s beautiful language while simultaneously upending expectations of what a Shakespearean play “should” be. Profound, accessible, and fun, the show’s exuberant storytelling, music, and projected film take young audiences firmly into the heart of the masterpiece, rendering it as poignant as always—but also mischievous, tender and achingly funny!
April 12, 2014
Says You! is coming back to Stowe! This radio game show is hosted by Richard Sher and features regular group of panelists divided into teams to compete in word games, brain teasers, trivia, and parlor games. The Boston-based program airs on many public radio stations and is recorded before live audiences throughout the United States. This April Says You! will tape from the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center!
April 26, 2014
The Girl in the Other Room is an original play written and directed by Sarah Jo Willey. Where do you go when you dream? What if you had a chance to make peace with your regrets? Follow Alora on a journey of self-discovery as she's given a unique opportunity to reconcile her relationship with her Mom--a determined single mother who gave up everything for her daughter before losing her battle with Alzheimer's Disease.