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Ireland, Rated PG-13, 111 Minutes Director: John CrowleyCast: Saoirse Ronan, Hugh Gormley, Brid BrennanShowtimes:Friday - 5:30 & 7:30Saturday - 5:30 & 7:30Sunday - 1:30, 5:30 & 7:30 Monday - 5:30 & 7:30Tuesday - 7:30 Wednesday - 1:30 & 7:30Thursday - 7:30Tickets: $9 adults, $7 seniors, $6 members/studentsMatinees and Bargain Nights (Monday & Tuesday): $7 adults, $5 seniors, $4 members/studentsNominated for 3 Academy AwardsBrooklyn tells the profoundly moving story of Eilis Lacey, a young Irish immigrant navigating her way through 1950sBrooklyn. Lured by the promise of America, Eilis departs Ireland and the comfort of her mother’s home for the shoresof New York City. The initial shackles of homesickness quickly diminish as a fresh romance sweeps Eilis into theintoxicating charm of love. But soon, her new vivacity is disrupted by her past, and Eilis must choose between twocountries and the lives that exist within.
Brooklyn

Ireland, Rated PG-13, 111 Minutes

Director: John Crowley

Cast: Saoirse Ronan, Hugh Gormley, Brid Brennan

Showtimes:
Friday - 5:30 & 7:30
Saturday - 5:30 & 7:30
Sunday - 1:30, 5:30 & 7:30
Monday - 5:30 & 7:30
Tuesday - 7:30
Wednesday - 1:30 & 7:30
Thursday - 7:30

Tickets: $9 adults, $7 seniors, $6 members/students
Matinees and Bargain Nights (Monday & Tuesday): $7 adults, $5 seniors, $4 members/students

Nominated for 3 Academy Awards

Brooklyn tells the profoundly moving story of Eilis Lacey, a young Irish immigrant navigating her way through 1950sBrooklyn. Lured by the promise of America, Eilis departs Ireland and the comfort of her mother’s home for the shoresof New York City. The initial shackles of homesickness quickly diminish as a fresh romance sweeps Eilis into theintoxicating charm of love. But soon, her new vivacity is disrupted by her past, and Eilis must choose between twocountries and the lives that exist within.

2/14/2016 To 2/25/2016
International, Not Rated, 90 Minutes Directors: VariousCast: VariousShowtimes:Friday - 5:30 & 7:30Saturday - 5:30 & 7:30Sunday - 1:30, 5:30 & 7:30 Monday - 5:30 & 7:30Tuesday - 5:30 Wednesday - 1:30 & 5:30Thursday - 5:30Tickets: $9 adults, $7 seniors, $6 members/studentsMatinees and Bargain Nights (Monday & Tuesday): $7 adults, $5 seniors, $4 members/studentsThis year, Catamount is once again screening every short film nominated for this year’s Academy Awards. Live Actionshorts will be shown on Friday and Saturday, February 12 and 13, Animated Shorts will be shown on Sunday, Mondayand Tuesday, February 14, 15, and 16, and Documentary Shorts will be shown on Wednesday and Thursday, February 17 and 18. This may be your only opportunity to see these very special short films.
2016 Oscar Nominated Short Films

International, Not Rated, 90 Minutes

Directors: Various

Cast: Various

Showtimes:
Friday - 5:30 & 7:30
Saturday - 5:30 & 7:30
Sunday - 1:30, 5:30 & 7:30
Monday - 5:30 & 7:30
Tuesday - 5:30
Wednesday - 1:30 & 5:30
Thursday - 5:30

Tickets: $9 adults, $7 seniors, $6 members/students
Matinees and Bargain Nights (Monday & Tuesday): $7 adults, $5 seniors, $4 members/students

This year, Catamount is once again screening every short film nominated for this year’s Academy Awards. Live Actionshorts will be shown on Friday and Saturday, February 12 and 13, Animated Shorts will be shown on Sunday, Mondayand Tuesday, February 14, 15, and 16, and Documentary Shorts will be shown on Wednesday and Thursday, February 17 and 18. This may be your only opportunity to see these very special short films.

2/14/2016 To 2/18/2016
Sizzling Latin Rhythms to Warm a Winter NightTuesday, February 16, 7:30 pmLocation:Whittemore TheaterMarlboro CollegeMarlboro, VTTickets: $15 adults, $12 seniors, students are admitted free"A fresh view of classic Latin rhythms." – Jazz Times"The most exciting Latin musician to hit the scene in years." – Grammy winning producer Kabir SeghalRoom to dance!When Dartmouth College bandleader Don Glasgo was looking for an appropriate guest artist for his Barbary Coast Big Band, he came across online video for the Gregorio Uribe Big Band.  Though Uribe's Afro-Cuban funk ensemble was smaller than Glasgo's band, Glasgo found the Columbian band leader's music "unique, energetic, and inspiring" – and he couldn't stop thinking about him.  After looking far and wide, Glasgo settled on Gregorio Uribe and, now that he's worked with the Latin American musician during Uribe's recent residency at Dartmouth, he calls his choice "one of the best decisions ever.""From the perspective of music, energy, joy, and emotion," Glasgo said, "Gregorio Uribe is perhaps the guest artist who stands out most during my time at Dartmouth.  Uribe is a vocalist, accordionist, composer/ arranger and bandleader–and one of the most charismatic performers I've ever seen."Marlboro College and Kingdom County Productions will present a Latin Big Band Concert featuring Gregorio Uribe and the Barbary Coast Big Band – with 23 musicians onstage. Showtime is 7:30pm, Tuesday, February 16th at the Whittemore Theater at Marlboro College. The Whittemore Theater provides the ability for audience members to sit in the intimate theater-in-the-round setting – or to dance in the ample space behind the seating area.  So, come ready to dance, if you're so inclined.Gregorio Uribe is a leading performer of Cumbia, a dance-oriented music genre popular throughout Latin America. Cumbia originated in Colombia's Caribbean coastal region from the musical and cultural fusion of native Colombians, Africans, and the Spanish during colonial times in the old country of Pocabuy, which is located in Colombia's Momposina Depression and in the ancient palenques of the Congo nation. Cumbia began as a courtship dance practiced among the African population, which was later mixed with Amerindian steps and European and African instruments and musical characteristics. Cumbia is very popular in the Andean region and the Southern Cone, and is, for example, more popular than the salsa in many parts of these regions.Gregorio Uribe was born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia. During his teenage years he played drums, accordion and guitar in different bands. At age 17 he backpacked through eight countries in South America, performing in streets, buses and on beaches in big cities and small towns. Later Gregorio studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he "fell in love with big band jazz arranging," was awarded the Steve Gadd Zildjian Scholarship Award and graduated summa cum laude in 2007. He moved to New York City in 2008 and started the Gregorio Uribe Big Band. In 2012 Gregorio was named by the government of Colombia one of the "100 Most Successful Colombians Abroad," joining Gabriel García Márquez, Shakira, Sofia Vergara and others.
Barbary Coast Big Band With Special Guest Gregorio Uribe

Sizzling Latin Rhythms to Warm a Winter Night

Tuesday, February 16, 7:30 pm

Location:
Whittemore Theater
Marlboro College
Marlboro, VT

Tickets: $15 adults, $12 seniors, students are admitted free

"A fresh view of classic Latin rhythms." – Jazz Times

"The most exciting Latin musician to hit the scene in years." – Grammy winning producer Kabir Seghal

Room to dance!

When Dartmouth College bandleader Don Glasgo was looking for an appropriate guest artist for his Barbary Coast Big Band, he came across online video for the Gregorio Uribe Big Band. Though Uribe's Afro-Cuban funk ensemble was smaller than Glasgo's band, Glasgo found the Columbian band leader's music "unique, energetic, and inspiring" – and he couldn't stop thinking about him. After looking far and wide, Glasgo settled on Gregorio Uribe and, now that he's worked with the Latin American musician during Uribe's recent residency at Dartmouth, he calls his choice "one of the best decisions ever."

"From the perspective of music, energy, joy, and emotion," Glasgo said, "Gregorio Uribe is perhaps the guest artist who stands out most during my time at Dartmouth. Uribe is a vocalist, accordionist, composer/ arranger and bandleader–and one of the most charismatic performers I've ever seen."

Marlboro College and Kingdom County Productions will present a Latin Big Band Concert featuring Gregorio Uribe and the Barbary Coast Big Band – with 23 musicians onstage. Showtime is 7:30pm, Tuesday, February 16th at the Whittemore Theater at Marlboro College. The Whittemore Theater provides the ability for audience members to sit in the intimate theater-in-the-round setting – or to dance in the ample space behind the seating area. So, come ready to dance, if you're so inclined.

Gregorio Uribe is a leading performer of Cumbia, a dance-oriented music genre popular throughout Latin America. Cumbia originated in Colombia's Caribbean coastal region from the musical and cultural fusion of native Colombians, Africans, and the Spanish during colonial times in the old country of Pocabuy, which is located in Colombia's Momposina Depression and in the ancient palenques of the Congo nation. Cumbia began as a courtship dance practiced among the African population, which was later mixed with Amerindian steps and European and African instruments and musical characteristics. Cumbia is very popular in the Andean region and the Southern Cone, and is, for example, more popular than the salsa in many parts of these regions.

Gregorio Uribe was born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia. During his teenage years he played drums, accordion and guitar in different bands. At age 17 he backpacked through eight countries in South America, performing in streets, buses and on beaches in big cities and small towns. Later Gregorio studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he "fell in love with big band jazz arranging," was awarded the Steve Gadd Zildjian Scholarship Award and graduated summa cum laude in 2007. He moved to New York City in 2008 and started the Gregorio Uribe Big Band. In 2012 Gregorio was named by the government of Colombia one of the "100 Most Successful Colombians Abroad," joining Gabriel García Márquez, Shakira, Sofia Vergara and others.

2/16/2016 7:30 PM
France, Rated R, 107 MinutesDirector: Antoine Bardou-JacquetCast: Rupert Grint, Ron Perlman, Robert SheehanShowtimes:Friday - 5:30 & 7:30Saturday - 5:30 & 7:30Sunday - 1:30, 5:30 & 7:30 Monday - 5:30 & 7:30Tuesday - 5:30 Wednesday - 1:30 & 5:30Thursday - 5:30Tickets: $9 adults, $7 seniors, $6 members/studentsMatinees and Bargain Nights (Monday & Tuesday): $7 adults, $5 seniors, $4 members/studentsWhat if Apollo 11 never actually made it? What if, in reality, Stanley Kubrick secretly shot the famous images ofthe moon landing in a studio, working for the US administration? This is the premise of a totally plausible conspiracytheory that takes us to swinging sixties London, where a stubborn CIA agent will never find Kubrick, but instead isforced to team up with a lousy manager of a seedy rock band to develop the biggest con of all time. In English.
Moonwalkers

France, Rated R, 107 Minutes

Director: Antoine Bardou-Jacquet

Cast: Rupert Grint, Ron Perlman, Robert Sheehan

Showtimes:
Friday - 5:30 & 7:30
Saturday - 5:30 & 7:30
Sunday - 1:30, 5:30 & 7:30
Monday - 5:30 & 7:30
Tuesday - 5:30
Wednesday - 1:30 & 5:30
Thursday - 5:30

Tickets: $9 adults, $7 seniors, $6 members/students
Matinees and Bargain Nights (Monday & Tuesday): $7 adults, $5 seniors, $4 members/students

What if Apollo 11 never actually made it? What if, in reality, Stanley Kubrick secretly shot the famous images ofthe moon landing in a studio, working for the US administration? This is the premise of a totally plausible conspiracytheory that takes us to swinging sixties London, where a stubborn CIA agent will never find Kubrick, but instead isforced to team up with a lousy manager of a seedy rock band to develop the biggest con of all time. In English.

2/19/2016 To 2/25/2016
Monday, February 22, 1:00 pmLocation: Catamount Outback ArtspaceClass fee: $10 per day (10% discount when registering for all 5 February Fun Studio classes)Catamount Arts is committed to offering quality arts programming to all children, regardless of ability to pay, and scholarships are available. For more information on classes, scholarship availability, or payment plans, call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108. Advance registration required by Feb. 19; a limited number of drop-in spaces will be available each dayAfter paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863Instructor: Charlie HoodWork in paint, pastels, crayons, charcoal and other media to create wonderful life drawings. You'll be surprised by the ways these different materials interact with each other.
February Fun Studio - Mixed Media Life Drawing (ages 7-12)

Monday, February 22, 1:00 pm

Location: Catamount Outback Artspace

Class fee: $10 per day (10% discount when registering for all 5 February Fun Studio classes)
Catamount Arts is committed to offering quality arts programming to all children, regardless of ability to pay, and scholarships are available. For more information on classes, scholarship availability, or payment plans, call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108.
Advance registration required by Feb. 19; a limited number of drop-in spaces will be available each day

After paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863

Instructor: Charlie Hood

Work in paint, pastels, crayons, charcoal and other media to create wonderful life drawings. You'll be surprised by the ways these different materials interact with each other.

2/22/2016 1:00 PM
Tuesday, February 23, 1:00 pmLocation: Catamount Outback ArtspaceClass fee: $10 per day (10% discount when registering for all 5 February Fun Studio classes)Catamount Arts is committed to offering quality arts programming to all children, regardless of ability to pay, and scholarships are available. For more information on classes, scholarship availability, or payment plans, call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108. Advance registration required by Feb. 19; a limited number of drop-in spaces will be available each dayAfter paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863Instructor: Charlie HoodSome historians claim that marionette puppets predate actors in theater. String-operated wooden figures were used in Egypt as early as 2000 BC. Wire-controlled articulated puppets made of clay and ivory have been found in Egyptian tombs. We will make marionettes from paper, recycled materials and embellishments. Give your puppet a personality, and watch it come to life before your eyes!
February Fun Studio - Puppet Making (ages 10-13)

Tuesday, February 23, 1:00 pm

Location: Catamount Outback Artspace

Class fee: $10 per day (10% discount when registering for all 5 February Fun Studio classes)
Catamount Arts is committed to offering quality arts programming to all children, regardless of ability to pay, and scholarships are available. For more information on classes, scholarship availability, or payment plans, call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108.
Advance registration required by Feb. 19; a limited number of drop-in spaces will be available each day

After paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863

Instructor: Charlie Hood

Some historians claim that marionette puppets predate actors in theater. String-operated wooden figures were used in Egypt as early as 2000 BC. Wire-controlled articulated puppets made of clay and ivory have been found in Egyptian tombs. We will make marionettes from paper, recycled materials and embellishments. Give your puppet a personality, and watch it come to life before your eyes!

2/23/2016 1:00 PM
Wednesday, February 24, 1:00 pmLocation: Catamount Outback ArtspaceClass fee: $10 per day (10% discount when registering for all 5 February Fun Studio classes)Catamount Arts is committed to offering quality arts programming to all children, regardless of ability to pay, and scholarships are available. For more information on classes, scholarship availability, or payment plans, call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108. Advance registration required by Feb. 19; a limited number of drop-in spaces will be available each dayAfter paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863Instructor: Charlie HoodBack in the 1920s and 1930s, artists began to draw zany super-powered folk that were featured in serialized booklets. Simple plotlines usually ended in the hero making the world a better place. We will explore the process of cartoon illustration developed by early cartoonists such as Jack Kirby and Steve Ditco. Learn how to create such images, and imagine what it was like to create them in a world that previously had no super-heroes. By using your super-power of empathy, you may discover that these artists were very brave.
February Fun Studio - Draw a Superhero or Superheroine (ages 7-12)

Wednesday, February 24, 1:00 pm

Location: Catamount Outback Artspace

Class fee: $10 per day (10% discount when registering for all 5 February Fun Studio classes)
Catamount Arts is committed to offering quality arts programming to all children, regardless of ability to pay, and scholarships are available. For more information on classes, scholarship availability, or payment plans, call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108.
Advance registration required by Feb. 19; a limited number of drop-in spaces will be available each day

After paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863

Instructor: Charlie Hood

Back in the 1920s and 1930s, artists began to draw zany super-powered folk that were featured in serialized booklets. Simple plotlines usually ended in the hero making the world a better place. We will explore the process of cartoon illustration developed by early cartoonists such as Jack Kirby and Steve Ditco. Learn how to create such images, and imagine what it was like to create them in a world that previously had no super-heroes. By using your super-power of empathy, you may discover that these artists were very brave.

2/24/2016 1:00 PM
Thursday, February 25, 1:00 pmLocation: Catamount Outback ArtspaceClass fee: $10 per day (10% discount when registering for all 5 February Fun Studio classes)Catamount Arts is committed to offering quality arts programming to all children, regardless of ability to pay, and scholarships are available. For more information on classes, scholarship availability, or payment plans, call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108. Advance registration required by Feb. 19; a limited number of drop-in spaces will be available each dayAfter paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863Instructor: Charlie HoodDesign and build a castle or fortress using wood. We'll get out our glue and put on our thinking caps. Do you think your castle could be replicated on a massive scale? Modern architects use similar models to test the stability of their designs. You can construct a fantastic castle, a scary castle, a goofy castle or something else!
February Fun Studio - Build a Castle (ages 6-12)

Thursday, February 25, 1:00 pm

Location: Catamount Outback Artspace

Class fee: $10 per day (10% discount when registering for all 5 February Fun Studio classes)
Catamount Arts is committed to offering quality arts programming to all children, regardless of ability to pay, and scholarships are available. For more information on classes, scholarship availability, or payment plans, call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108.
Advance registration required by Feb. 19; a limited number of drop-in spaces will be available each day
After paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863

Instructor: Charlie Hood

Design and build a castle or fortress using wood. We'll get out our glue and put on our thinking caps. Do you think your castle could be replicated on a massive scale? Modern architects use similar models to test the stability of their designs. You can construct a fantastic castle, a scary castle, a goofy castle or something else!

2/25/2016 1:00 PM
Thursday, February 25, 7:00pmEncore-Thursday, March 3, 7:00pmLocation: Catamount Arts CenterTickets: Adults - $25, Members - $23, Students - $16Shakespeare’s glorious comedy of love and change comes to the National Theatre for the first time in over 30 years, with Rosalie Craig (London Road, Macbeth at MIF) as Rosalind.With her father the Duke banished and in exile, Rosalind and her cousin Celia leave their lives in the court behind them and journey into the Forest of Arden.There, released from convention, Rosalind experiences the liberating rush of transformation. Disguising herself as a boy, she embraces a different way of living and falls spectacularly in love.This is an on-screen event.
As You Like It - NT Live

Thursday, February 25, 7:00pm
Encore-Thursday, March 3, 7:00pm

Location: Catamount Arts Center

Tickets: Adults - $25, Members - $23, Students - $16

Shakespeare’s glorious comedy of love and change comes to the National Theatre for the first time in over 30 years, with Rosalie Craig (London Road, Macbeth at MIF) as Rosalind.

With her father the Duke banished and in exile, Rosalind and her cousin Celia leave their lives in the court behind them and journey into the Forest of Arden.

There, released from convention, Rosalind experiences the liberating rush of transformation. Disguising herself as a boy, she embraces a different way of living and falls spectacularly in love.

This is an on-screen event.

2/25/2016 To 3/3/2016
Friday, February 26, 1:00 pmLocation: Catamount Outback ArtspaceClass fee: $10 per day (10% discount when registering for all 5 February Fun Studio classes)Catamount Arts is committed to offering quality arts programming to all children, regardless of ability to pay, and scholarships are available. For more information on classes, scholarship availability, or payment plans, call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108. Advance registration required by Feb. 19; a limited number of drop-in spaces will be available each dayAfter paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863Instructor: Charlie HoodA patchwork quilt has a top layer of fabric pieces sewn together to form a design. They were originally made to use up scraps of fabric. We will follow the tradition of re-using scrap fabric, sewing pieces together to make something new. We will each create a patch that could be used in a quilt, a pillow cover, or a wall hanging.
February Fun Studio - Quilt Patches (ages 8-12)

Friday, February 26, 1:00 pm

Location: Catamount Outback Artspace

Class fee: $10 per day (10% discount when registering for all 5 February Fun Studio classes)
Catamount Arts is committed to offering quality arts programming to all children, regardless of ability to pay, and scholarships are available. For more information on classes, scholarship availability, or payment plans, call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108.
Advance registration required by Feb. 19; a limited number of drop-in spaces will be available each day

After paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863

Instructor: Charlie Hood

A patchwork quilt has a top layer of fabric pieces sewn together to form a design. They were originally made to use up scraps of fabric. We will follow the tradition of re-using scrap fabric, sewing pieces together to make something new. We will each create a patch that could be used in a quilt, a pillow cover, or a wall hanging.

2/26/2016 1:00 PM
UK, Not Rated, 100 Minutes Director: Pierre DeschampsCast: Rene Redzepi, Other Non-ActorsShowtimes:Friday - 5:30 & 7:30Saturday - No screenings today due to special programmingSunday - 1:30, 5:30 & 7:30 Monday - 5:30 & 7:30Tuesday - 5:30 Wednesday - 1:30 & 5:30Thursday - 5:30Tickets: $9 adults, $7 seniors, $6 members/studentsMatinees and Bargain Nights (Monday & Tuesday): $7 adults, $5 seniors, $4 members/studentsNOMA My Perfect Storm is a creative journey into the unique mind of René Redzepi. How did Redzepi manage to revolutionize the entire world of gastronomy, inventing the alphabet and vocabulary that would infuse newfound pedigree to Nordic cuisine and establish a new edible world while radically changing the image of the modern chef? 2013 stands as the worst year in René Redzepi’s career. We follow him as he fights his way back to the top, reinventing NOMA and reclaiming the title of best restaurnant for the fourth time. There will be no screening on Saturday, February 27 due to special programming.
NOMA My Perfect Storm

UK, Not Rated, 100 Minutes

Director: Pierre Deschamps

Cast: Rene Redzepi, Other Non-Actors

Showtimes:
Friday - 5:30 & 7:30
Saturday - No screenings today due to special programming
Sunday - 1:30, 5:30 & 7:30
Monday - 5:30 & 7:30
Tuesday - 5:30
Wednesday - 1:30 & 5:30
Thursday - 5:30

Tickets: $9 adults, $7 seniors, $6 members/students
Matinees and Bargain Nights (Monday & Tuesday): $7 adults, $5 seniors, $4 members/students

NOMA My Perfect Storm is a creative journey into the unique mind of René Redzepi. How did Redzepi manage to revolutionize the entire world of gastronomy, inventing the alphabet and vocabulary that would infuse newfound pedigree to Nordic cuisine and establish a new edible world while radically changing the image of the modern chef? 2013 stands as the worst year in René Redzepi’s career. We follow him as he fights his way back to the top, reinventing NOMA and reclaiming the title of best restaurnant for the fourth time.

There will be no screening on Saturday, February 27 due to special programming.

2/26/2016 To 3/3/2016
UK, Rated R, 95 Minutes Director: Andrew HaighCast: Charlotte Rampling, Tom Courtenay, Geraldine JamesShowtimes:Friday - 5:30 & 7:30Saturday - 5:30 & 7:30Sunday - 1:30, 5:30 & 7:30 Monday - 5:30 & 7:30Tuesday - 7:30 Wednesday - 1:30 & 7:30Thursday - 7:30Tickets: $9 adults, $7 seniors, $6 members/studentsMatinees and Bargain Nights (Monday & Tuesday): $7 adults, $5 seniors, $4 members/studentsNominated for Academy Award Best ActressThere is just one week until Kate Mercer’s forty-fifth wedding anniversary and the planning for the party is going well. But then a letter arrives for her husband. The body of his first love has been discovered, frozen and preserved in the icy glaciers of the Swiss Alps. By the time the party is upon them, five days later, there may not be a marriage left to celebrate.
45 Years

UK, Rated R, 95 Minutes

Director: Andrew Haigh

Cast: Charlotte Rampling, Tom Courtenay, Geraldine James

Showtimes:
Friday - 5:30 & 7:30
Saturday - 5:30 & 7:30
Sunday - 1:30, 5:30 & 7:30
Monday - 5:30 & 7:30
Tuesday - 7:30
Wednesday - 1:30 & 7:30
Thursday - 7:30

Tickets: $9 adults, $7 seniors, $6 members/students
Matinees and Bargain Nights (Monday & Tuesday): $7 adults, $5 seniors, $4 members/students

Nominated for Academy Award Best Actress

There is just one week until Kate Mercer’s forty-fifth wedding anniversary and the planning for the party is going well. But then a letter arrives for her husband. The body of his first love has been discovered, frozen and preserved in the icy glaciers of the Swiss Alps. By the time the party is upon them, five days later, there may not be a marriage left to celebrate.

2/26/2016 To 3/3/2016
From New England’s Largest Comedy Club NetworkFriday, February 26, 7:00 pmLocation:St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts155 Emery StreetBerlin, New HampshireTickets: $15.00 adults/$10.00 under 18 The headliner for the evening is Tom Hayes.  Tom fell into the Boston comedy scene along with such names as Stephen Wright, Lenny Clarke, Bobcat Goldthwait, and Denis Leary. Later came such names as Dane Cook and Louis CK. Along the way, he rose to the Boston standard and headlined at prestigious Boston Clubs as well as clubs in the greater New England area. He has opened for such national acts as Jeff Dunham, Phyllis Diller, The Smothers Brothers, The Four Tops and The Four Seasons. Tom’s comedic style is a hilarious self-deprecating style mixed with improvisational and interactive audience participation.  He has also doubled as a corporate impostor, taking such surrogate roles as a visiting Harvard Professor, a Medical Doctor and a Corporate CEO. Opening the show is Rob Steen.  At an age when most teenagers are contemplating a part-time job, Rob Steen was starting a company. A Boston street performer at age 12, Steen created North Shore Comedy in 1986, when he was 15. With juggling and improv skills under his belt, he decided to give stand-up comedy a shot.  “I began sneaking into comedy clubs in Boston to do my act”, said Steen.  “I was not the best comic back then, but as I got to know the other acts, I began to book small clubs all over my hometown and beyond.” At just 21, Rob was booking more than 20 shows a week and performing as well. He was the youngest agent in New England with the largest client base.  Steen performs more than 350 shows a year personally and has been a regular guest on the Late Show with David Letterman.  His roster of more than 300 comedians from Boston, Los Angeles and New York are seen regularly throughout the country and on television.
Tom Hayes and Rob Steen, Comedians

From New England’s Largest Comedy Club Network

Friday, February 26, 7:00 pm

Location:
St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts
155 Emery Street
Berlin, New Hampshire

Tickets: $15.00 adults/$10.00 under 18

The headliner for the evening is Tom Hayes. Tom fell into the Boston comedy scene along with such names as Stephen Wright, Lenny Clarke, Bobcat Goldthwait, and Denis Leary. Later came such names as Dane Cook and Louis CK. Along the way, he rose to the Boston standard and headlined at prestigious Boston Clubs as well as clubs in the greater New England area. He has opened for such national acts as Jeff Dunham, Phyllis Diller, The Smothers Brothers, The Four Tops and The Four Seasons.

Tom’s comedic style is a hilarious self-deprecating style mixed with improvisational and interactive audience participation. He has also doubled as a corporate impostor, taking such surrogate roles as a visiting Harvard Professor, a Medical Doctor and a Corporate CEO.

Opening the show is Rob Steen. At an age when most teenagers are contemplating a part-time job, Rob Steen was starting a company. A Boston street performer at age 12, Steen created North Shore Comedy in 1986, when he was 15. With juggling and improv skills under his belt, he decided to give stand-up comedy a shot. “I began sneaking into comedy clubs in Boston to do my act”, said Steen. “I was not the best comic back then, but as I got to know the other acts, I began to book small clubs all over my hometown and beyond.”

At just 21, Rob was booking more than 20 shows a week and performing as well. He was the youngest agent in New England with the largest client base. Steen performs more than 350 shows a year personally and has been a regular guest on the Late Show with David Letterman. His roster of more than 300 comedians from Boston, Los Angeles and New York are seen regularly throughout the country and on television.

2/26/2016 7:00 PM
Friday, February 26 at 7.30 pmSaturday, February 27, 2:00 pm (1:30 pm reception with desserts provided by Sunflower's Cafe)Location:Friday - Heberton Hall76 Winter St.Keene, NHSaturday - Jaffrey Woman's Club (Park Theater)33 Main StreetJaffrey, NHTickets: $15 general admissionMany fabulous operas are based on Shakespeare's plays. Several arias and duets from these operas carry beautiful, powerful and moving messages. We will present many of these, from Falstaff, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night's Dream. The program is organized by our Artistic Director, Ben Robinson. Extraordinarily strong soloists include Marsha Ackerman, Kathy Lindhart, Alexandra Loutsion, Andy Papas and Ben Robinson.
Shakespeare goes to the Opera

Friday, February 26 at 7.30 pm
Saturday, February 27, 2:00 pm (1:30 pm reception with desserts provided by Sunflower's Cafe)

Location:
Friday - Heberton Hall
76 Winter St.
Keene, NH

Saturday - Jaffrey Woman's Club (Park Theater)
33 Main Street
Jaffrey, NH

Tickets: $15 general admission

Many fabulous operas are based on Shakespeare's plays. Several arias and duets from these operas carry beautiful, powerful and moving messages. We will present many of these, from Falstaff, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night's Dream.

The program is organized by our Artistic Director, Ben Robinson. Extraordinarily strong soloists include Marsha Ackerman, Kathy Lindhart, Alexandra Loutsion, Andy Papas and Ben Robinson.

2/26/2016 To 2/27/2016
Wednesday, March 2, 7:00 pmLocation:St Johnsbury Academy’s Fuller HallMain St.St. Johnsbury, VTTickets: $54, $44, $29, $15 (Gold Circle $64) Save 20% when you buy before February 2nd. Discount is automatically reflected when you choose your seats. Or, purchase a KCP Presents Season Pass for premium seating to every show all season long, at 37% off regular ticket prices! Here is the link: http://www.catamountarts.org/shows/kcp-presents-2015-2016-season-pass/ Seniors and Catamount Arts members save $3.00 when ordering in person with id at the box office. Students 18 years old and under accompanied by paying adult get in for FREE, thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. All check out totals will reflect additional 10% box office fee plus state taxes. With gut-wrenching lyrics and undeniable feeling, blues rocker Beth Hart is known for holding back nothing. From acclaim in 1999 for her first single “LA Song: Out of This Town” to her off-Broadway performance of Janis Joplin tunes, to her show-stopping Kennedy Center Honors Buddy Guy tribute of “I’d Rather Go Blind” with guitarist Jeff Beck, Hart powers through song stories with a combination of emotive vibrato and manic intensity, revealing everything and leaving us breathless.“… as good a live show as you will ever see … You can’t afford to miss this one.” – Kirstine Walton, National Blues Review “… as much Aretha Franklin as she ever was Janis Joplin, with some Billie Holiday thrown in to create a darker roux.” – Nick De Riso, Something Else Reviews “Beth Hart is at the top of her game… It doesn’t get much better than this.” – Pete Feenstra, Get Ready to Rock
Beth Hart

Wednesday, March 2, 7:00 pm

Location:
St Johnsbury Academy’s Fuller Hall
Main St.
St. Johnsbury, VT

Tickets: $54, $44, $29, $15 (Gold Circle $64)

Save 20% when you buy before February 2nd. Discount is automatically reflected when you choose your seats.

Or, purchase a KCP Presents Season Pass for premium seating to every show all season long, at 37% off regular ticket prices! Here is the link: http://www.catamountarts.org/shows/kcp-presents-2015-2016-season-pass/

Seniors and Catamount Arts members save $3.00 when ordering in person with id at the box office.

Students 18 years old and under accompanied by paying adult get in for FREE, thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

All check out totals will reflect additional 10% box office fee plus state taxes.

With gut-wrenching lyrics and undeniable feeling, blues rocker Beth Hart is known for holding back nothing. From acclaim in 1999 for her first single “LA Song: Out of This Town” to her off-Broadway performance of Janis Joplin tunes, to her show-stopping Kennedy Center Honors Buddy Guy tribute of “I’d Rather Go Blind” with guitarist Jeff Beck, Hart powers through song stories with a combination of emotive vibrato and manic intensity, revealing everything and leaving us breathless.

“… as good a live show as you will ever see … You can’t afford to miss this one.” – Kirstine Walton, National Blues Review

“… as much Aretha Franklin as she ever was Janis Joplin, with some Billie Holiday thrown in to create a darker roux.” – Nick De Riso, Something Else Reviews

“Beth Hart is at the top of her game… It doesn’t get much better than this.” – Pete Feenstra, Get Ready to Rock

3/2/2016 7:00 PM
Friday, March 4, 8:00 pmLocation: Bellows Falls Opera House7 SquareBellows Falls, VTTickets: $52.75, $42.75, $37.75Appearing on stage with a stool, a microphone, and a can of diet Pepsi, Paula Poundstone is famous for her razor-sharp wit and spontaneity.Paula’s off-kilter sensibility and impeccable timing made her a perfect fit for NPR’s “oddly informative,” weekly news quiz program, “wait wait…don’t tell me,” which she joined as a regular panelist seven years ago. A regular on the comedy circuit, Poundstone began her career in boston in 1979, and has appeared on HBO, “Saturday Night Live,” “The Tonight Show” and more. As an activist, Paula works closely with the Association of Library Trustees advocates friends & foundations and animal rights group Alley Cat Allies.
Paula Poundstone

Friday, March 4, 8:00 pm

Location:
Bellows Falls Opera House
7 Square
Bellows Falls, VT

Tickets: $52.75, $42.75, $37.75

Appearing on stage with a stool, a microphone, and a can of diet Pepsi, Paula Poundstone is famous for her razor-sharp wit and spontaneity.

Paula’s off-kilter sensibility and impeccable timing made her a perfect fit for NPR’s “oddly informative,” weekly news quiz program, “wait wait…don’t tell me,” which she joined as a regular panelist seven years ago. A regular on the comedy circuit, Poundstone began her career in boston in 1979, and has appeared on HBO, “Saturday Night Live,” “The Tonight Show” and more. As an activist, Paula works closely with the Association of Library Trustees advocates friends & foundations and animal rights group Alley Cat Allies.

3/4/2016 8:00 PM
Saturday, March 5, 12:55pmEncore- Saturday, March 12, 12:55pmLocation:Catamount Arts Center115 Eastern Ave.St. Johnsbury, VTTickets: $25 adults, $23 member, $16 studentsThe Met stage ignites when soprano Kristine Opolais and tenor Jonas Kaufmann join forces in Puccini’s obsessive love story. Opolais sings the title role of the country girl who transforms herself into a Parisian temptress, while Kaufmann is the dashing student who desperately woos her. Director Richard Eyre places the action in occupied France in a film noir setting. “Desperate passion” is the phrase Puccini himself used to describe the opera that confirmed his position as the preeminent Italian opera composer of his day. Met Principal Conductor Fabio Luisi leads the stirring score.
Manon Lescaut (Puccini)

Saturday, March 5, 12:55pm
Encore- Saturday, March 12, 12:55pm

Location:
Catamount Arts Center
115 Eastern Ave.
St. Johnsbury, VT

Tickets: $25 adults, $23 member, $16 students

The Met stage ignites when soprano Kristine Opolais and tenor Jonas Kaufmann join forces in Puccini’s obsessive love story. Opolais sings the title role of the country girl who transforms herself into a Parisian temptress, while Kaufmann is the dashing student who desperately woos her. Director Richard Eyre places the action in occupied France in a film noir setting. “Desperate passion” is the phrase Puccini himself used to describe the opera that confirmed his position as the preeminent Italian opera composer of his day. Met Principal Conductor Fabio Luisi leads the stirring score.

3/5/2016 To 3/12/2016
Violin, Cello, Piano Sunday, March 6, 3:00 p.m. Location:South Congregational ChurchSt. Johnsbury, VTTickets: Adults - $18Senior - $16Student - $6Special* - $6*For those who find the regular price beyond their budget. We believe classical music should be available to everyone. Just request the special rate. No questions asked.Season Passes are available by calling the box office at 802-748-2600."Spot-on ensemble playing and a beautifully blended sound." — San Francisco Classical VoiceWith their mission to "give voice to the authentic, essential spirit of a composition, acting as a conduit between composer and audience," the Delphi will enchant us with their program of French composers Saint-Saëns, Fauré, and Ravel. Que c'est agreable!*   Camille Saint-Saëns — Piano Trio No. 2, Op. 92*   Gabriel Fauré — Piano Trio, Op. 120*   Maurice Ravel — Piano Trio in A minorVisit their website.
Delphi Piano Trio

Violin, Cello, Piano

Sunday, March 6, 3:00 p.m.

Location:
South Congregational Church
St. Johnsbury, VT

Tickets: Adults - $18
Senior - $16
Student - $6
Special* - $6
*For those who find the regular price beyond their budget. We believe classical music should be available to everyone. Just request the special rate. No questions asked.

Season Passes are available by calling the box office at 802-748-2600.

"Spot-on ensemble playing and a beautifully blended sound." — San Francisco Classical Voice

With their mission to "give voice to the authentic, essential spirit of a composition, acting as a conduit between composer and audience," the Delphi will enchant us with their program of French composers Saint-Saëns, Fauré, and Ravel. Que c'est agreable!

*   Camille Saint-Saëns — Piano Trio No. 2, Op. 92
*   Gabriel Fauré — Piano Trio, Op. 120
*   Maurice Ravel — Piano Trio in A minor

Visit their website.

3/6/2016 3:00 PM
Tuesday, March 8, 7:00 pmLocation:St Johnsbury Academy’s Fuller HallSt. Johnsbury, VTTickets: $54, $44, $29, $15 (Gold Circle $64) Save 20% when you buy before February 8th. Discount is automatically reflected when you choose your seats. Or, purchase a KCP Presents Season Pass for premium seating to every show all season long, at 37% off regular ticket prices! Here is the link: http://www.catamountarts.org/shows/kcp-presents-2015-2016-season-pass/Seniors and Catamount Arts members save $3.00 when ordering in person with id at the box office. Students 18 years old and under accompanied by paying adult get in for FREE, thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.All check out totals will reflect additional 10% box office fee plus state taxes. In a highly anticipated national tour, Grammy Award-winner Patty Griffin joins forces with Sara Watkins and Anaïs Mitchell in a celebration of traditional American songwriting and performance. More than just a three-act show, this special “singers-in-the-round” style show features all three artists on stage together, sharing songs and accompanying each other for the entire evening. With a career spanning over two decades, Griffin is the recipient of a Grammy Award for “Best Traditional Gospel Album,” a Grammy nomination for “Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album,” and The American Music Association’s 2007 “Artist of the Year” and “Album of the Year” awards. In addition to standing out in a crowded field as an incredible vocalist, Griffin is also an accomplished songwriter, having written songs for everyone from the Dixie Chicks to Bette Midler, as well as most of the material on her own impressive catalogue of recordings. “[Patty] Griffin digs deep into introspective lyrics…to display her distinctive vocals and original songs with stripped down arrangements that use space and the silence between notes to create shimmering music you won’t soon forget.” - American Songwriter Singer and multi-instrumentalist Sara Watkins, first praised for her work as a founding member of Grammy Award-winning Nickel Creek, has since established an extraordinary solo career including highly acclaimed studio albums and collaborations with artists such as John Mayer and The Decemberists and has made a name for herself on radio with frequent appearances on A Prairie Home Companion. “[Sara Watkins] created a sound that’s gritty and determined to avoid clichés… [Watkins is] a consummate performer, adding both depth and rigour to a blend of bluegrass and fine contemporary songwriting.” -BBC Music Vermont native Anaïs Mitchell has been compared to Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen and Gillian Welch for her musical style, sound and performance. Winner of the Kerrville Festival’s “New Folk Award” and nominee for the Folk Alliance’s “Best Contemporary Artist Award,” Mitchell is widely recognized as a unique and impressive young voice in the resurging American folk movement. Her most recent album was largely praised by critics as “genre-defining” and her “second consecutive masterpiece.” Daily Telegraph describes, “Currently a well-kept secret, [Anaïs] Mitchell is writing material that stands comparison with the great singer-songwriters of the past few decades.”Video Patty Griffin “Up to the Mountain”: https://youtu.be/WA6Q5-Ap3o8Video Sarah Watkins from The Violin Shop Concert Series: https://youtu.be/XEbtX36UWEEVideo Anais Mitchell “Now You Know”: https://youtu.be/39Wd_s7o4po
Patty Griffin, Sara Watkins, and Anais Mitchell

Tuesday, March 8, 7:00 pm

Location:
St Johnsbury Academy’s Fuller Hall
St. Johnsbury, VT

Tickets: $54, $44, $29, $15 (Gold Circle $64)

Save 20% when you buy before February 8th. Discount is automatically reflected when you choose your seats.

Or, purchase a KCP Presents Season Pass for premium seating to every show all season long, at 37% off regular ticket prices! Here is the link: http://www.catamountarts.org/shows/kcp-presents-2015-2016-season-pass/

Seniors and Catamount Arts members save $3.00 when ordering in person with id at the box office.

Students 18 years old and under accompanied by paying adult get in for FREE, thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

All check out totals will reflect additional 10% box office fee plus state taxes.

In a highly anticipated national tour, Grammy Award-winner Patty Griffin joins forces with Sara Watkins and Anaïs Mitchell in a celebration of traditional American songwriting and performance. More than just a three-act show, this special “singers-in-the-round” style show features all three artists on stage together, sharing songs and accompanying each other for the entire evening.

With a career spanning over two decades, Griffin is the recipient of a Grammy Award for “Best Traditional Gospel Album,” a Grammy nomination for “Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album,” and The American Music Association’s 2007 “Artist of the Year” and “Album of the Year” awards. In addition to standing out in a crowded field as an incredible vocalist, Griffin is also an accomplished songwriter, having written songs for everyone from the Dixie Chicks to Bette Midler, as well as most of the material on her own impressive catalogue of recordings. “[Patty] Griffin digs deep into introspective lyrics…to display her distinctive vocals and original songs with stripped down arrangements that use space and the silence between notes to create shimmering music you won’t soon forget.” - American Songwriter

Singer and multi-instrumentalist Sara Watkins, first praised for her work as a founding member of Grammy Award-winning Nickel Creek, has since established an extraordinary solo career including highly acclaimed studio albums and collaborations with artists such as John Mayer and The Decemberists and has made a name for herself on radio with frequent appearances on A Prairie Home Companion. “[Sara Watkins] created a sound that’s gritty and determined to avoid clichés… [Watkins is] a consummate performer, adding both depth and rigour to a blend of bluegrass and fine contemporary songwriting.” -BBC Music

Vermont native Anaïs Mitchell has been compared to Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen and Gillian Welch for her musical style, sound and performance. Winner of the Kerrville Festival’s “New Folk Award” and nominee for the Folk Alliance’s “Best Contemporary Artist Award,” Mitchell is widely recognized as a unique and impressive young voice in the resurging American folk movement. Her most recent album was largely praised by critics as “genre-defining” and her “second consecutive masterpiece.” Daily Telegraph describes, “Currently a well-kept secret, [Anaïs] Mitchell is writing material that stands comparison with the great singer-songwriters of the past few decades.”

Video Patty Griffin “Up to the Mountain”: https://youtu.be/WA6Q5-Ap3o8

Video Sarah Watkins from The Violin Shop Concert Series: https://youtu.be/XEbtX36UWEE

Video Anais Mitchell “Now You Know”: https://youtu.be/39Wd_s7o4po

3/8/2016 7:00 PM
Thursdays, March 10-April 14, 9:30-11:30amLocation: Catamount Outback Art SpaceClass fee: $70 for 6 weeks (10% discount for siblings when paying in person at the box office). Catamount Arts is committed to offering quality arts programming to all children, regardless of ability to pay, and scholarships are available. For more information on classes, scholarship availability, or payment plans, call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108. Registration deadline: March 7After paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863Instructor: Marci BosticStudents will learn about several eras and movements in art history by creating a variety of art projects. Examples include prehistoric art (cave paintings), Renaissance (frescoes), Impressionism (acrylic paintings), Cubism (sculptures), Op Art (cubes), and contemporary art (installation art). Marci Bostic is the elementary art teacher at Newark Street School and has worked for schools in the Northeast Kingdom for 17 years. She is an experienced educator who offers a wide range of opportunities for children to explore a variety of art media. Her passion for art and enthusiasm to teach inspire students to love art and have fun while learning.
The Evolution of Art (Homeschool Class Ages 8-15)

Thursdays, March 10-April 14, 9:30-11:30am

Location: Catamount Outback Art Space

Class fee: $70 for 6 weeks (10% discount for siblings when paying in person at the box office).
Catamount Arts is committed to offering quality arts programming to all children, regardless of ability to pay, and scholarships are available. For more information on classes, scholarship availability, or payment plans, call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108.

Registration deadline: March 7

After paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863

Instructor: Marci Bostic

Students will learn about several eras and movements in art history by creating a variety of art projects. Examples include prehistoric art (cave paintings), Renaissance (frescoes), Impressionism (acrylic paintings), Cubism (sculptures), Op Art (cubes), and contemporary art (installation art).

Marci Bostic is the elementary art teacher at Newark Street School and has worked for schools in the Northeast Kingdom for 17 years. She is an experienced educator who offers a wide range of opportunities for children to explore a variety of art media. Her passion for art and enthusiasm to teach inspire students to love art and have fun while learning.

3/10/2016 9:30 AM
A film & live presentation illustrating the history of the Maine lumbermen & river driversSaturday, March 12, 7:00 pmLocation:St. Kieran Community Center for the ArtsBerlin, NHTickets:  $10.00 adults / $5.00 under age 18Lumbermen began living in logging camps in the Maine woods in the early 1800s. They were the pioneers who created a successful self-contained working community in the woods, and on who’s backs the state’s economy and history were largely established.They were the innovators who established the method to cut and deliver hundreds of millions of board feet of lumber through thick forests and down crooked waterways, to the mills- using only horses, oxen, and manpower. They were unique in their character, ethics, morals, strength, and skills, and they symbolize Maine’s gritty and resilient reputation. These are some of the most notable figures in Maine's history; yet their stories, personalities and significance are often overlooked by educators and historians.Up to the turn of the century, it was not a board of directors or a bureaucratic system that made the logging camp and industry successful, it was the skills, integrity, and personality of individuals. In The Blood illustrates and celebrates these individuals, their character and history. The audience is taken into his rugged environment- into the camp, onto the haul roads, landings and yards, rivers and lakes. In The Blood creates a vivid world and brings the lumberman’s 19th century reality to life.The film/exhibit employ stories and descriptions told by the men themselves, thus offering an accurate, detailed, and seemingly personal experience- as though you are sitting in a camp listening to the men. You will forget, at least fleetingly, you are watching on a screen and not sitting in a camp, driving down a river, or rolling on the yard. The illustration that In The Blood provides, sheds a new light on the character, history, and importance of these legendary Maine men. The experience is a striking virtual journey into the 19th century Maine woods.Sponsored by Bryant Funeral Homes
In the Blood

A film & live presentation illustrating the history of the Maine lumbermen & river drivers

Saturday, March 12, 7:00 pm

Location:
St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts
Berlin, NH

Tickets: $10.00 adults / $5.00 under age 18

Lumbermen began living in logging camps in the Maine woods in the early 1800s. They were the pioneers who created a successful self-contained working community in the woods, and on who’s backs the state’s economy and history were largely established.

They were the innovators who established the method to cut and deliver hundreds of millions of board feet of lumber through thick forests and down crooked waterways, to the mills- using only horses, oxen, and manpower. They were unique in their character, ethics, morals, strength, and skills, and they symbolize Maine’s gritty and resilient reputation. These are some of the most notable figures in Maine's history; yet their stories, personalities and significance are often overlooked by educators and historians.

Up to the turn of the century, it was not a board of directors or a bureaucratic system that made the logging camp and industry successful, it was the skills, integrity, and personality of individuals. In The Blood illustrates and celebrates these individuals, their character and history. The audience is taken into his rugged environment- into the camp, onto the haul roads, landings and yards, rivers and lakes. In The Blood creates a vivid world and brings the lumberman’s 19th century reality to life.

The film/exhibit employ stories and descriptions told by the men themselves, thus offering an accurate, detailed, and seemingly personal experience- as though you are sitting in a camp listening to the men. You will forget, at least fleetingly, you are watching on a screen and not sitting in a camp, driving down a river, or rolling on the yard. The illustration that In The Blood provides, sheds a new light on the character, history, and importance of these legendary Maine men. The experience is a striking virtual journey into the 19th century Maine woods.

Sponsored by Bryant Funeral Homes

3/12/2016 7:00 PM
Sunday, March 13, 12:55pmEncore - Tuesday, March 22, 7:00pm Location: Catamount Arts CenterTickets: Adults - $18, Members - $15, Students - $6Estimated Runtime: 2 hours and 50 minutes (170 min)Music: Aram KachaturianChoreography: Yuri GrigorovichCast: Mikhail Lobukhin, Vlad Lantratov, Svetlana Zakharova, Anna NikulinaIn ancient Rome, Spartacus, a Thracian king, is turned captive by Crassus with his wife Phrygia. Forced to fight as a gladiator and kill one of his friends, Spartacus plots an unprecedented upheaval.  Grigorovich's Spartacus was created at the Bolshoi in 1968 and has since remained the Russian company’s signature ballet. This most spectacular production is an epic tour de force,  giving full expression to the virility and strengh for which the Bolshoi’s male dancers are renowned. Principal dancer Mikhail Lobukhin is stunning in the role of the legendary gladiator, along with Svetlana Zakharova as Aegina and Vladislav Lantratov as Crassus. (SPARTACUS was recorded live on October 20, 2013) This is an on-screen event.
Spartacus - Bolshoi Ballet

Sunday, March 13, 12:55pm
Encore - Tuesday, March 22, 7:00pm

Location: Catamount Arts Center

Tickets: Adults - $18, Members - $15, Students - $6

Estimated Runtime: 2 hours and 50 minutes (170 min)

Music: Aram Kachaturian

Choreography: Yuri Grigorovich

Cast: Mikhail Lobukhin, Vlad Lantratov, Svetlana Zakharova, Anna Nikulina

In ancient Rome, Spartacus, a Thracian king, is turned captive by Crassus with his wife Phrygia. Forced to fight as a gladiator and kill one of his friends, Spartacus plots an unprecedented upheaval. Grigorovich's Spartacus was created at the Bolshoi in 1968 and has since remained the Russian company’s signature ballet. This most spectacular production is an epic tour de force, giving full expression to the virility and strengh for which the Bolshoi’s male dancers are renowned. Principal dancer Mikhail Lobukhin is stunning in the role of the legendary gladiator, along with Svetlana Zakharova as Aegina and Vladislav Lantratov as Crassus.

(SPARTACUS was recorded live on October 20, 2013)

This is an on-screen event.

3/13/2016 To 3/22/2016
Instructor: Cornelia HasenfussTuesdays, March 15 - April 26, 3:30-5:00pmLocation: Catamount Outback ArtspaceClass fee: $70 for 6 weeks (10% discount for siblings if paid in person at the box office). For information on scholarship availability, please call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108.After paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863This 6 week course is an opportunity for the young photographer to explore the idea of working on a photography project. We will review the basics of photography such as camera controls, framing and decisive moment, and apply these principals to the idea of a project. The students will work through the process of working on a specific project and by the end will hopefully complete a small portfolio of cohesive work. We will use class time to critique and edit work from the week, look at other portfolios, as well as explore some specific themes through some guided shoots in and around St. Johnsbury. Cornelia Hasenfuss of Peacham has been making images for more than 25 years. She trained at the Maine Photographic Workshops. Most recently, she taught at the Cardigan School in Canaan, NH and ran a high school AP program in Sandy, UT. Her experience includes teaching portfolio prep and reviews, large format photography, studio lighting, medium format camera use, basic camera use and all forms of darkroom skills from basic black and white silver printing to film development and alternative and historical printing processes. Her personal art focuses on landscape images, as well as collage techniques including sewing, papermaking, hand coating images and historical processes of photography.
Photo Projects (Ages 8-14)

Instructor: Cornelia Hasenfuss

Tuesdays, March 15 - April 26, 3:30-5:00pm

Location: Catamount Outback Artspace

Class fee: $70 for 6 weeks (10% discount for siblings if paid in person at the box office).
For information on scholarship availability, please call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108.
After paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863

This 6 week course is an opportunity for the young photographer to explore the idea of working on a photography project. We will review the basics of photography such as camera controls, framing and decisive moment, and apply these principals to the idea of a project. The students will work through the process of working on a specific project and by the end will hopefully complete a small portfolio of cohesive work. We will use class time to critique and edit work from the week, look at other portfolios, as well as explore some specific themes through some guided shoots in and around St. Johnsbury.

Cornelia Hasenfuss of Peacham has been making images for more than 25 years. She trained at the Maine Photographic Workshops. Most recently, she taught at the Cardigan School in Canaan, NH and ran a high school AP program in Sandy, UT. Her experience includes teaching portfolio prep and reviews, large format photography, studio lighting, medium format camera use, basic camera use and all forms of darkroom skills from basic black and white silver printing to film development and alternative and historical printing processes. Her personal art focuses on landscape images, as well as collage techniques including sewing, papermaking, hand coating images and historical processes of photography.

3/15/2016 3:30 PM
Hosted by the Town & Country Inn and ResortThursday, March 17, 6:00 pmLocation:Town & Country Inn and Resort20 US-2Gorham, NHTickets: $30.00 each  and  $200 for a table of 8  St. Kieran’s Community Center for the Arts is getting ready to host the annual St. Patrick’s Day feasting fundraiser at the Town and Country Inn & Resort on Thursday, March 17th. The evening will highlight a number of local businesses that have generously donated items and certificates for our raffle and silent auction.  Another highlight of the evening is the live auction  Each year, this dinner helps to raise vital operations funds in support of the art center’s mission to bring a broad range of quality performances to the Great North Woods and surrounding communities.  It’s a fun, food-filled evening that provides an excuse to get together for a great cause!
St. Patrick's Day Dinner & Auction Fundraiser

Hosted by the Town & Country Inn and Resort

Thursday, March 17, 6:00 pm

Location:
Town & Country Inn and Resort
20 US-2
Gorham, NH

Tickets: $30.00 each and $200 for a table of 8

St. Kieran’s Community Center for the Arts is getting ready to host the annual St. Patrick’s Day feasting fundraiser at the Town and Country Inn & Resort on Thursday, March 17th.

The evening will highlight a number of local businesses that have generously donated items and certificates for our raffle and silent auction. Another highlight of the evening is the live auction Each year, this dinner helps to raise vital operations funds in support of the art center’s mission to bring a broad range of quality performances to the Great North Woods and surrounding communities. It’s a fun, food-filled evening that provides an excuse to get together for a great cause!

3/17/2016 6:00 PM
Friday, March 18, 7:30 pmLocation:St Johnsbury Academy’s Fuller HallSt. Johnsbury, VTTickets: $29, $19, $15 Save 20% when you buy before February 18th. Discount is automatically reflected when you choose your seats. Or, purchase a KCP Presents Season Pass for premium seating to every show all season long, at 37% off regular ticket prices! Here is the link: http://www.catamountarts.org/shows/kcp-presents-2015-2016-season-pass/Seniors and Catamount Arts members save $3.00 when ordering in person with id at the box office. Students 18 years old and under accompanied by paying adult get in for FREE, thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.All check out totals will reflect additional 10% box office fee plus state taxes. The legendary sleuth, Sherlock Holmes, takes the stage in this witty, fast paced production by the acclaimed Aquila Theatre. The clever Holmes skillfully maneuvers the twisted web of London's most intriguing cases with his split second deductions revealing intimate and useful details of a person's life. Sherlock Holmes is a master of disguise and a brilliant actor, as well as a composer and musician- is there anything he can't do?Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's vivid characters jump from the page weaving a tale of mystery, suspense and intrigue. In addition to Holmes, many of Doyle's other well-known creations are on hand; the trusted sidekick Dr. Watson; Jabez Wilson; and Irene Adler, the woman who got away and the only woman to have won Sherlock's respect. Doyle, in addition to being an author, was also a physician. He infused Holmes with terrific skills in forensic science and logical reasoning. One hundred and twenty five years after his debut, Sherlock Holmes remains the definitive and most famous detective in world literature. The Aquila Theatre brings its energetic physical style to this new adaptation for the theater. With actors drawn from the top British and American stages, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is a thrilling and memorable ride.More information at AquilaTheatre.com
Aquila Theatre in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

Friday, March 18, 7:30 pm

Location:
St Johnsbury Academy’s Fuller Hall
St. Johnsbury, VT

Tickets: $29, $19, $15

Save 20% when you buy before February 18th. Discount is automatically reflected when you choose your seats.

Or, purchase a KCP Presents Season Pass for premium seating to every show all season long, at 37% off regular ticket prices! Here is the link: http://www.catamountarts.org/shows/kcp-presents-2015-2016-season-pass/

Seniors and Catamount Arts members save $3.00 when ordering in person with id at the box office.

Students 18 years old and under accompanied by paying adult get in for FREE, thanks to a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

All check out totals will reflect additional 10% box office fee plus state taxes.

The legendary sleuth, Sherlock Holmes, takes the stage in this witty, fast paced production by the acclaimed Aquila Theatre. The clever Holmes skillfully maneuvers the twisted web of London's most intriguing cases with his split second deductions revealing intimate and useful details of a person's life. Sherlock Holmes is a master of disguise and a brilliant actor, as well as a composer and musician- is there anything he can't do?

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's vivid characters jump from the page weaving a tale of mystery, suspense and intrigue. In addition to Holmes, many of Doyle's other well-known creations are on hand; the trusted sidekick Dr. Watson; Jabez Wilson; and Irene Adler, the woman who got away and the only woman to have won Sherlock's respect. Doyle, in addition to being an author, was also a physician. He infused Holmes with terrific skills in forensic science and logical reasoning. One hundred and twenty five years after his debut, Sherlock Holmes remains the definitive and most famous detective in world literature. The Aquila Theatre brings its energetic physical style to this new adaptation for the theater. With actors drawn from the top British and American stages, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is a thrilling and memorable ride.

More information at AquilaTheatre.com

3/18/2016 7:30 PM
Sunday, March 20, 2:00 pmLocation:St. Kieran Community Center for the ArtsBerlin, NHTickets:  $12.00 adults /$8.00 under age 18George Lyons has been singing since Day One, when the Doctor slapped his behind, he hit an "E"!George performs as a solo artist and his motto is, "Have Song, Will Travel".A Frank Sinatra fan from a very early age, George saw Sinatra perform at many concerts across the country including  New York City's famed Carnegie Hall, The Old Boston (Ma) Garden, and The Providence Civic Center, RI.These remarkable Sinatra concerts had a profound effect on George and instilled in him a passion for entertaining which no doubt has influenced his artistic flair and love of singing and performing.Sponsored by Bryant Funeral Homes
Frank Sinatra Impersonator, George Lyons

Sunday, March 20, 2:00 pm

Location:
St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts
Berlin, NH

Tickets: $12.00 adults /$8.00 under age 18

George Lyons has been singing since Day One, when the Doctor slapped his behind, he hit an "E"!

George performs as a solo artist and his motto is, "Have Song, Will Travel".

A Frank Sinatra fan from a very early age, George saw Sinatra perform at many concerts across the country including New York City's famed Carnegie Hall, The Old Boston (Ma) Garden, and The Providence Civic Center, RI.

These remarkable Sinatra concerts had a profound effect on George and instilled in him a passion for entertaining which no doubt has influenced his artistic flair and love of singing and performing.

Sponsored by Bryant Funeral Homes

3/20/2016 2:00 PM
Instructor: Cornelia HasenfussThursdays, March 24 - April 14, 6:30-8:30pmLocation: Catamount Outback ArtspaceClass fee: $70 for 4 weeks (10% discount for Catamount Arts members)This 4 week course is an opportunity for the photographer to explore the idea of working on a single photography project. We will review the basics of photography such as camera controls, framing and decisive moment, and apply these principals to the idea of a project. The class will work through the process of working on a specific project and by the end will hopefully complete a small portfolio of cohesive work. We will use class time to critique and edit work from the week, look at other portfolios, as well as explore some specific themes through some guided shoots in and around St Johnsbury. Cornelia Hasenfuss of Peacham has been making images for more than 25 years. She trained at the Maine Photographic Workshops. Most recently, she taught at the Cardigan School in Canaan, NH and ran a high school AP program in Sandy, UT. Her experience includes teaching portfolio prep and reviews, large format photography, studio lighting, medium format camera use, basic camera use and all forms of darkroom skills from basic black and white silver printing to film development and alternative and historical printing processes. Her personal art focuses on landscape images, as well as collage techniques including sewing, papermaking, hand coating images and historical processes of photography.
Photo Project Class

Instructor: Cornelia Hasenfuss

Thursdays, March 24 - April 14, 6:30-8:30pm

Location: Catamount Outback Artspace

Class fee: $70 for 4 weeks (10% discount for Catamount Arts members)

This 4 week course is an opportunity for the photographer to explore the idea of working on a single photography project. We will review the basics of photography such as camera controls, framing and decisive moment, and apply these principals to the idea of a project. The class will work through the process of working on a specific project and by the end will hopefully complete a small portfolio of cohesive work. We will use class time to critique and edit work from the week, look at other portfolios, as well as explore some specific themes through some guided shoots in and around St Johnsbury.

Cornelia Hasenfuss of Peacham has been making images for more than 25 years. She trained at the Maine Photographic Workshops. Most recently, she taught at the Cardigan School in Canaan, NH and ran a high school AP program in Sandy, UT. Her experience includes teaching portfolio prep and reviews, large format photography, studio lighting, medium format camera use, basic camera use and all forms of darkroom skills from basic black and white silver printing to film development and alternative and historical printing processes. Her personal art focuses on landscape images, as well as collage techniques including sewing, papermaking, hand coating images and historical processes of photography.

3/24/2016 6:30 PM
Saturday, March 26 . 7:30 pmCafe open for dinner & drinks at 6:30 pmLocation:Court Street Arts at Alumni HallHaverhill, NHTickets: $20 all seatsSession Americana is an absolute must-see, must-hear. Says David Greenberger of NPR: "I'd give them 100 miles. That is to say, if they're playing anywhere within 100 miles of your home, you drive there and are grandly rewarded for your effort."Session Americana is a rock band in a tea cup, or possibly a folk band in a whiskey bottle. This collective of talented musicians craft a musical experience unlike any other. On stage is a collapsible bar table wired with microphones, a vintage suitcase recast as a kick drum, an old Estey field organ, a pre-war parlor guitar, a mandocello and all of its smaller siblings, a harmonica case fire damaged when Jack's bar went up in flames and graffitied by Depeche Mode roadies, and an assortment of other instruments that get passed around in this freewheeling modern hootenanny. The anything-could-happen feel of a Session show depends on craft that's not accidental or easily won; they bring a kind of ease and genuineness to this timeless music, sometimes presenting the latest batch of original songs, sometimes reaching back into depths of the American "song bag".
Session Americana

Saturday, March 26 . 7:30 pm
Cafe open for dinner & drinks at 6:30 pm

Location:
Court Street Arts at Alumni Hall
Haverhill, NH

Tickets: $20 all seats

Session Americana is an absolute must-see, must-hear. Says David Greenberger of NPR: "I'd give them 100 miles. That is to say, if they're playing anywhere within 100 miles of your home, you drive there and are grandly rewarded for your effort."

Session Americana is a rock band in a tea cup, or possibly a folk band in a whiskey bottle. This collective of talented musicians craft a musical experience unlike any other. On stage is a collapsible bar table wired with microphones, a vintage suitcase recast as a kick drum, an old Estey field organ, a pre-war parlor guitar, a mandocello and all of its smaller siblings, a harmonica case fire damaged when Jack's bar went up in flames and graffitied by Depeche Mode roadies, and an assortment of other instruments that get passed around in this freewheeling modern hootenanny. The anything-could-happen feel of a Session show depends on craft that's not accidental or easily won; they bring a kind of ease and genuineness to this timeless music, sometimes presenting the latest batch of original songs, sometimes reaching back into depths of the American "song bag".

3/26/2016 7:30 PM
Saturday, April 2, 12:55pmEncore- Saturday, April 9, 12:55pmLocation:Catamount Arts Center115 Eastern Ave.St. Johnsbury, VTTickets: $25 adults, $23 member, $16 studentsAnthony Minghella's breathtaking production has thrilled audiences ever since its premiere in 2006. Kristine Opolais reprises her acclaimed portrayal of the title role, opposite Roberto Alagna as Pinkerton, the naval officer who breaks Butterfly's heart. Hei-Kyung Hong and Massimo Giordano star in a second set of performances. Karel Mark Chichon conducts.
Madame Butterfly (Puccini)

Saturday, April 2, 12:55pm
Encore- Saturday, April 9, 12:55pm

Location:
Catamount Arts Center
115 Eastern Ave.
St. Johnsbury, VT

Tickets: $25 adults, $23 member, $16 students

Anthony Minghella's breathtaking production has thrilled audiences ever since its premiere in 2006. Kristine Opolais reprises her acclaimed portrayal of the title role, opposite Roberto Alagna as Pinkerton, the naval officer who breaks Butterfly's heart. Hei-Kyung Hong and Massimo Giordano star in a second set of performances. Karel Mark Chichon conducts.

4/2/2016 To 4/9/2016
Saturday, April 2, 7:30 pmLocation:Lyndon Institute AuditoriumLyndon, VTTickets: $54, $44, $29, $15 (Gold Circle $64) Save 20% when you buy before March 2nd. Discount is automatically reflected when you choose your seats. Or, purchase a KCP Presents Season Pass for premium seating to every show all season long, at 37% off regular ticket prices! Here is the link: http://www.catamountarts.org/shows/kcp-presents-2015-2016-season-pass/ Seniors and Catamount Arts members save $3.00 when ordering in person with id at the box office. All check out totals will reflect additional 10% box office fee plus state taxes. Jessica Lang Dance enriches and inspires global audiences by immersing them in the beauty of movement and music. Since the inception of Lang’s modern dance company, the troupe has enjoyed rapid success performing at the nation’s most prestigious venues including at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Next Wave Festival, Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, New York’s City Center, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Lang, whose prolific choreographic career began in 1999, has “a gift for conveying emotion with exquisite simplicity” (Sarah Kaufman, The Washington Post)“Between brilliant and imaginative.” – Margaret Putnam, Theater Jones
Jessica Lang Dance

Saturday, April 2, 7:30 pm

Location:
Lyndon Institute Auditorium
Lyndon, VT

Tickets: $54, $44, $29, $15 (Gold Circle $64)

Save 20% when you buy before March 2nd. Discount is automatically reflected when you choose your seats.

Or, purchase a KCP Presents Season Pass for premium seating to every show all season long, at 37% off regular ticket prices! Here is the link: http://www.catamountarts.org/shows/kcp-presents-2015-2016-season-pass/

Seniors and Catamount Arts members save $3.00 when ordering in person with id at the box office.

All check out totals will reflect additional 10% box office fee plus state taxes.

Jessica Lang Dance enriches and inspires global audiences by immersing them in the beauty of movement and music. Since the inception of Lang’s modern dance company, the troupe has enjoyed rapid success performing at the nation’s most prestigious venues including at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Next Wave Festival, Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, New York’s City Center, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Lang, whose prolific choreographic career began in 1999, has “a gift for conveying emotion with exquisite simplicity” (Sarah Kaufman, The Washington Post)

“Between brilliant and imaginative.” – Margaret Putnam, Theater Jones

4/2/2016 7:30 PM
The NEK’s Own Rockin’ Role ModelsWednesday, April 6, 10:30 A.M. and 1:00 P.M.Location: Fuller HallSt. Johnsbury Academy1000 Main St.St. Johnsbury, VTTickets: $4.00Buy tickets for all 4 school-time shows for $10. Just add tickets for each show to your basket and the discount will automatically be applied.The Kingdom All-Stars is an incredibly talented group of local elementary and middle-school students from Barnet, Lyndon Town School, The Burke School and other area schools. They of-fer the perfect opportunity for your own musically inclined students to see these real-life role models perform live. The Kingdom All Stars are an All Star group of eleven middle and high school student musicians from across Caledonia County and have been featured this year on WCAX Channel 3 Television's "The :30" program, Vermont Public Radio's "All The Traditions, The Caledonia County Fair grandstand and at the Dis-cover Jazz Festival in Burlington.This concert has become one of the most popular of the year. Be sure to reserve your seats early so that your students won’t be left out of this rockin’, rollin’ extravaganza!
Kingdom All-Stars

The NEK’s Own Rockin’ Role Models

Wednesday, April 6, 10:30 A.M. and 1:00 P.M.

Location:
Fuller Hall
St. Johnsbury Academy
1000 Main St.
St. Johnsbury, VT

Tickets: $4.00
Buy tickets for all 4 school-time shows for $10. Just add tickets for each show to your basket and the discount will automatically be applied.

The Kingdom All-Stars is an incredibly talented group of local elementary and middle-school students from Barnet, Lyndon Town School, The Burke School and other area schools. They of-fer the perfect opportunity for your own musically inclined students to see these real-life role models perform live.

The Kingdom All Stars are an All Star group of eleven middle and high school student musicians from across Caledonia County and have been featured this year on WCAX Channel 3 Television's "The :30" program, Vermont Public Radio's "All The Traditions, The Caledonia County Fair grandstand and at the Dis-cover Jazz Festival in Burlington.

This concert has become one of the most popular of the year. Be sure to reserve your seats early so that your students won’t be left out of this rockin’, rollin’ extravaganza!

4/6/2016
Wednesdays, January 20-March 30 (no rehearsal on Feb. 24), 4:00-5:30 pmLocation: Catamount Outback ArtspaceRegistration fee: $30 for the winter session. PLEASE NOTE: Because the Chorus fills so quickly, we are unable to reserve spots until registration fees have been paid. Thank you for your understanding. For information on scholarship availability, please call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108. Registration deadline: January 18After paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863Instructor:  Mark RussellThe Catamount World Chorus gives children an opportunity to sing music from a variety of world music traditions. The Chorus is building a repertoire that includes songs from Greece, South Africa, the Balkans, Germany, the UK and the US. Students will learn music by ear, sing songs in foreign languages, and experience the joy and confidence that only singing in a chorus can give.  The Chorus will perform at the end of the session. Students are asked to bring a water bottle.Northeast Kingdom native Mark Russell graduated from the Music Business and Industry program at Lyndon State College and has been the host of Open Mic St. Jay, a substance-free entertainment venue for teens, for the past three years. He spent several years singing with the world music ensemble Village Harmony, and worked as a teaching assistant with the Newark Balkan Chorus. He teaches math and music for LEARN in Lyndonville, serves on the staff of RevelsKids, and has led several music and theater activities for Catamount Arts in partnership with Kamp Iwannahavfun.
Catamount World Chorus

Wednesdays, January 20-March 30 (no rehearsal on Feb. 24), 4:00-5:30 pm

Location: Catamount Outback Artspace

Registration fee: $30 for the winter session.
PLEASE NOTE: Because the Chorus fills so quickly, we are unable to reserve spots until registration fees have been paid. Thank you for your understanding. For information on scholarship availability, please call Anne Campbell at 802-748-2600 x108.

Registration deadline: January 18

After paying the registration fee, please register here: http://form.jotform.co/form/51456152856863

Instructor: Mark Russell

The Catamount World Chorus gives children an opportunity to sing music from a variety of world music traditions. The Chorus is building a repertoire that includes songs from Greece, South Africa, the Balkans, Germany, the UK and the US. Students will learn music by ear, sing songs in foreign languages, and experience the joy and confidence that only singing in a chorus can give. The Chorus will perform at the end of the session. Students are asked to bring a water bottle.

Northeast Kingdom native Mark Russell graduated from the Music Business and Industry program at Lyndon State College and has been the host of Open Mic St. Jay, a substance-free entertainment venue for teens, for the past three years. He spent several years singing with the world music ensemble Village Harmony, and worked as a teaching assistant with the Newark Balkan Chorus. He teaches math and music for LEARN in Lyndonville, serves on the staff of RevelsKids, and has led several music and theater activities for Catamount Arts in partnership with Kamp Iwannahavfun.

4/6/2016 4:00 PM
Evelyn Glennie, marimba and percussionFestival Orchestra, Paul Gambill, conductorSaturday, April 9, 7:00 pmLocation:St. Johnsbury School257 Western Ave.St. Johnsbury, VTTickets: $25 Adult, $15 studentSpecial - $40 VIP Includes reserved seating plus admission to the Very Open Rehearsal. The Very Open Rehearsal will take place on Fri, April 8, at the Barre Opera House from 7:00-8:00pm. Ticket holders will be seated on stage, closely situated around the orchestra. Everyone will be invited to interrupt the rehearsal and ask questions about the music, and of Evelyn Glennie and the orchestra musicians. This special event is a rare opportunity to see how a master artist unpacks a work with an orchestra in rehearsal, and to be inside that creative process. The work featured on the Very Open Rehearsal will be performed on the concert, providing a start-to-finish perspective for participants. The Very Open Rehearsal will be facilitated by teaching artist Evan Premo, who is also a member of the Festival Orchestra. The heart of sound is elusive and often mysterious. How is it that two people listening to the same thing can hear completely different messages? That question is the driving force behind Evelyn Glennie’s April 9th performance at the St. Johnsbury School Auditorium. Evelyn Glennie is the world’s premiere percussionist, but that is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to describing her accomplishments and impact. Although she has received over 80 international awards as a soloist and composer, including three GRAMMYs, Evelyn’s most powerful work has been through her quest to help teach the world to listen. Evelyn has been exploring the many ways we can listen since loosing her hearing at the age of 12. "My career and my life have been about listening in the deepest possible sense. Losing my hearing meant learning how to listen differently, to discover features of sound I hadn’t realized existed. Losing my hearing made me a better listener."This concert is part of a growing collaboration between Catamount Arts and the Community Engagement Lab (CEL), based in Montpelier. It features Evelyn accompanied by the CEL Festival Orchestra on works for percussion and marimba, as well as masterworks by Tchaikovsky, Dvořák and Pärt. You, our audience, will be invited to participate with Evelyn and the orchestra in an exploration of how you listen. This hands-on—ears-on!—experience also features voices from our community sharing the stage to refresh the familiar, and make the new suddenly personal and intimate. I hope you will join us for what is sure to be a one-of-a-kind concert event.
Evelyn Glennie - The Heart of Sound

Evelyn Glennie, marimba and percussion
Festival Orchestra, Paul Gambill, conductor

Saturday, April 9, 7:00 pm

Location:
St. Johnsbury School
257 Western Ave.
St. Johnsbury, VT

Tickets: $25 Adult, $15 student
Special - $40 VIP Includes reserved seating plus admission to the Very Open Rehearsal. The Very Open Rehearsal will take place on Fri, April 8, at the Barre Opera House from 7:00-8:00pm. Ticket holders will be seated on stage, closely situated around the orchestra. Everyone will be invited to interrupt the rehearsal and ask questions about the music, and of Evelyn Glennie and the orchestra musicians. This special event is a rare opportunity to see how a master artist unpacks a work with an orchestra in rehearsal, and to be inside that creative process. The work featured on the Very Open Rehearsal will be performed on the concert, providing a start-to-finish perspective for participants. The Very Open Rehearsal will be facilitated by teaching artist Evan Premo, who is also a member of the Festival Orchestra.

The heart of sound is elusive and often mysterious.

How is it that two people listening to the same thing can hear completely different messages? That question is the driving force behind Evelyn Glennie’s April 9th performance at the St. Johnsbury School Auditorium.

Evelyn Glennie is the world’s premiere percussionist, but that is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to describing her accomplishments and impact. Although she has received over 80 international awards as a soloist and composer, including three GRAMMYs, Evelyn’s most powerful work has been through her quest to help teach the world to listen.

Evelyn has been exploring the many ways we can listen since loosing her hearing at the age of 12.

"My career and my life have been about listening in the deepest possible sense. Losing my hearing meant learning how to listen differently, to discover features of sound I hadn’t realized existed. Losing my hearing made me a better listener."

This concert is part of a growing collaboration between Catamount Arts and the Community Engagement Lab (CEL), based in Montpelier. It features Evelyn accompanied by the CEL Festival Orchestra on works for percussion and marimba, as well as masterworks by Tchaikovsky, Dvořák and Pärt.

You, our audience, will be invited to participate with Evelyn and the orchestra in an exploration of how you listen. This hands-on—ears-on!—experience also features voices from our community sharing the stage to refresh the familiar, and make the new suddenly personal and intimate. I hope you will join us for what is sure to be a one-of-a-kind concert event.

4/9/2016 7:00 PM
"A splendid time IS guaranteed for all ..”Saturday, April 9, 7:00 pmLocation:St. Kieran Community Center for the ArtsBerlin, NHTickets: $15 (adults) and $10 (children under 18)Beatles For Sale is an award-winning, New England-based Beatles tribute band that is committed to recreating the sounds of the Beatles live in concert.  They have been entertaining audiences since 2007 with a repertoire that consists of over 150 SONGS from the Beatle catalog.  The band’s members, Joe Budroe, Bass / Vocals, Steve Caisse, Lead Guitar / Vocals, Mike Christian, Drums / Vocals, Dennis Cummins, Rhythm Guitar / Keyboards / Vocals and Dan Kirouac, Keyboards / Acoustic Guitar / Harmonica / Percussion / Vocals, was drawn together by their love of Beatles music and the desire to keep the music alive.  They are enthusiastic about bringing it to a whole new generation of Beatles fans.  Expect to hear some of your favorites, but don't expect to see Beatle wigs or Sgt. Pepper suits. They feel that the most important thing about the show is the music. What you will see is a fun and energetic performance complete with original instrumentation and vocal harmonies that are as accurate as possible to the original Beatles recordings. There are no "sampling" or "midi tricks" - everything you hear is performed completely live.
Beatles for Sale

"A splendid time IS guaranteed for all ..”

Saturday, April 9, 7:00 pm

Location:
St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts
Berlin, NH

Tickets: $15 (adults) and $10 (children under 18)

Beatles For Sale is an award-winning, New England-based Beatles tribute band that is committed to recreating the sounds of the Beatles live in concert. They have been entertaining audiences since 2007 with a repertoire that consists of over 150 SONGS from the Beatle catalog. The band’s members, Joe Budroe, Bass / Vocals, Steve Caisse, Lead Guitar / Vocals, Mike Christian, Drums / Vocals, Dennis Cummins, Rhythm Guitar / Keyboards / Vocals and Dan Kirouac, Keyboards / Acoustic Guitar / Harmonica / Percussion / Vocals, was drawn together by their love of Beatles music and the desire to keep the music alive. They are enthusiastic about bringing it to a whole new generation of Beatles fans. Expect to hear some of your favorites, but don't expect to see Beatle wigs or Sgt. Pepper suits. They feel that the most important thing about the show is the music. What you will see is a fun and energetic performance complete with original instrumentation and vocal harmonies that are as accurate as possible to the original Beatles recordings. There are no "sampling" or "midi tricks" - everything you hear is performed completely live.

4/9/2016 7:00 PM
To Benefit Youth Services of Windham CountySaturday, April 9, 7:30pmLocation:The Latchis Theater50 Main StBrattleboro, VTTickets: $60 (front to row I), $40 (row J to rear) , $25 (balcony)Nationally renowned storytellers from The Moth, This American Life, Nick Comedy and Comedy Central tell hilarious and moving tales to raise money for Youth Services of Windham County. Featured storytellers include Bethany Van Delft, Ian Chillag, Tom Bodett and more. Hosted by VH1’s Michelle Buteau.Not suitable for children.  Supporters: Foard Panel, Farnum Insulators and The Richards Group*If you require wheelchair seating, please contact the Catamountix box office at 802-748-2600
Storytellers on a Mission

To Benefit Youth Services of Windham County

Saturday, April 9, 7:30pm

Location:
The Latchis Theater
50 Main St
Brattleboro, VT

Tickets: $60 (front to row I), $40 (row J to rear) , $25 (balcony)

Nationally renowned storytellers from The Moth, This American Life, Nick Comedy and Comedy Central tell hilarious and moving tales to raise money for Youth Services of Windham County. Featured storytellers include Bethany Van Delft, Ian Chillag, Tom Bodett and more. Hosted by VH1’s Michelle Buteau.

Not suitable for children.

Supporters: Foard Panel, Farnum Insulators and The Richards Group

*If you require wheelchair seating, please contact the Catamountix box office at 802-748-2600

4/9/2016 7:30 PM
Saturday, April 9 7:30 pm & Sunday, April 10 3:00 pmLocation:Court Street Arts at Alumni HallHaverhill, NHTickets: $22 all seatsOver the past three years master fiddler Patrick Ross has hosted eleven live studio productions referred to as Mountain Money in The Stone Room at The Bradford Mill. The series featured different twists on fiddle and banjo. Now is your chance to hear all of those artists in one night of Bluegrass, Irish, Folk, Jazz and experimental banjo sounds.
Mountain Money All Stars Fiddle & Banjo Indoor Festival

Saturday, April 9 7:30 pm & Sunday, April 10 3:00 pm

Location:
Court Street Arts at Alumni Hall
Haverhill, NH

Tickets: $22 all seats

Over the past three years master fiddler Patrick Ross has hosted eleven live studio productions referred to as Mountain Money in The Stone Room at The Bradford Mill. The series featured different twists on fiddle and banjo. Now is your chance to hear all of those artists in one night of Bluegrass, Irish, Folk, Jazz and experimental banjo sounds.

4/9/2016 To 4/10/2016
Flute, Oboe, Violin, Cello, Harpsichord Saturday, April 9, 7:30 p.m. Location: South Congregational ChurchSt. Johnsbury, VTTickets: Adults - $18Senior - $16Student - $6Special* - $6*For those who find the regular price beyond their budget. We believe classical music should be available to everyone. Just request the special rate. No questions asked.Season Passes are available by calling the box office at 802-748-2600."So perfect, so absolute! The highest level of music-making." — Alte Musik Aktuell (Germany)This renowned baroque ensemble, featuring period instruments, presents a varied program that mixes innovative transcriptions with well-loved music masterpieces. Baroque performance doesn't get any better.*   TBAVisit their website.
The Aulos Ensemble

Flute, Oboe, Violin, Cello, Harpsichord

Saturday, April 9, 7:30 p.m.

Location: South Congregational Church
St. Johnsbury, VT

Tickets: Adults - $18
Senior - $16
Student - $6
Special* - $6
*For those who find the regular price beyond their budget. We believe classical music should be available to everyone. Just request the special rate. No questions asked.

Season Passes are available by calling the box office at 802-748-2600.

"So perfect, so absolute! The highest level of music-making." — Alte Musik Aktuell (Germany)

This renowned baroque ensemble, featuring period instruments, presents a varied program that mixes innovative transcriptions with well-loved music masterpieces. Baroque performance doesn't get any better.

*   TBA

Visit their website.

4/9/2016 7:30 PM
Sunday, April 10, 12:55pmEncore - Tuesday, April 19, 7:00pm Location: Catamount Arts CenterTickets: Adults - $18, Members - $15, Students - $6Estimated Runtime: 3 hours and 10 minutes (190 minutes)Music: Leon MinkusChoreography: Alexei Fadeyechev (after Marius Petipa and Alexander Gorsky)Cervantes’ eccentric hero Don Quixote leaves on journey full of adventures with his loyal squire Sancho Panza in search of his perfect woman. On the way he meets Kitri, the dazzling daughter of an innkeeper who he thinks might be his ideal love.  The Bolshoi's panache and excellence are combined in Fadeyechev’s critically acclaimed staging of this exalting performance with Leon Minkus’ famous score. Featuring brand new sets and costumes to accompany this colorful and technically challenging production, DON QUIXOTE is quintessential Bolshoi, abounding with life and not to be missed!This is an on-screen event.
Don Quixote - Bolshoi Ballet

Sunday, April 10, 12:55pm
Encore - Tuesday, April 19, 7:00pm

Location: Catamount Arts Center

Tickets: Adults - $18, Members - $15, Students - $6

Estimated Runtime: 3 hours and 10 minutes (190 minutes)

Music: Leon Minkus

Choreography: Alexei Fadeyechev (after Marius Petipa and Alexander Gorsky)

Cervantes’ eccentric hero Don Quixote leaves on journey full of adventures with his loyal squire Sancho Panza in search of his perfect woman. On the way he meets Kitri, the dazzling daughter of an innkeeper who he thinks might be his ideal love. The Bolshoi's panache and excellence are combined in Fadeyechev’s critically acclaimed staging of this exalting performance with Leon Minkus’ famous score. Featuring brand new sets and costumes to accompany this colorful and technically challenging production, DON QUIXOTE is quintessential Bolshoi, abounding with life and not to be missed!

This is an on-screen event.

4/10/2016 To 4/19/2016
Book & Lyrics by Howard AshmanMusic by Alan MenkenApril 15, 16, 22, & 23 at 7:30pmOne Sunday Matinee performance on April 24 at 2:00pmLocation: Littleton Opera House2 Union StLittlton, NHTickets: $14 if purchased in advance or $16 at the doorGroup Rate: $12 each for groups of 10 or more.  Tickets must be purchased all at once.  Patrons may also contact Upstage Players about group sales and school rates at andrewlidestri@gmail.comA deviously delicious Broadway and Hollywood sci-fi smash musical, Little Shop of Horrors has devoured the hearts of theatre goers for over 30 years. Howard Ashman and Alan Menken (Disney's The Little Mermaid, Beauty & The Beast, and Aladdin) are the creative geniuses behind what has become one of the most popular shows in the world.Upstage Players version of Little Shop promises to delight and features the new orchestrations, which were revamped for the 2003 broadway revival, as well as an incredible set of Audrey II puppets.  You may have seen Little Shop before, but we’re guessing ... not quite like this.  Come for the show you know and love and be amazed.  This is a not-to-be-missed treat!Directed by Upstage Artistic Director Andrew Lidestri, Little Shop will be performed by the Upstage Players April 15, 16, 22, & 23 at 7:30pm, with one Sunday Matinee performance on April 24 at 2:00pm. All performances will be at the Littleton Opera House.  The Upstage Players is proud to present a production involving community members from all across the North Country to produce a spectacular show in Littleton at the Opera House.
Little Shop of Horrors

Book & Lyrics by Howard AshmanMusic by Alan Menken

April 15, 16, 22, & 23 at 7:30pm
One Sunday Matinee performance on April 24 at 2:00pm

Location:
Littleton Opera House
2 Union St
Littlton, NH

Tickets: $14 if purchased in advance or $16 at the door
Group Rate: $12 each for groups of 10 or more. Tickets must be purchased all at once.
Patrons may also contact Upstage Players about group sales and school rates at andrewlidestri@gmail.com

A deviously delicious Broadway and Hollywood sci-fi smash musical, Little Shop of Horrors has devoured the hearts of theatre goers for over 30 years. Howard Ashman and Alan Menken (Disney's The Little Mermaid, Beauty & The Beast, and Aladdin) are the creative geniuses behind what has become one of the most popular shows in the world.

Upstage Players version of Little Shop promises to delight and features the new orchestrations, which were revamped for the 2003 broadway revival, as well as an incredible set of Audrey II puppets. You may have seen Little Shop before, but we’re guessing ... not quite like this. Come for the show you know and love and be amazed. This is a not-to-be-missed treat!

Directed by Upstage Artistic Director Andrew Lidestri, Little Shop will be performed by the Upstage Players April 15, 16, 22, & 23 at 7:30pm, with one Sunday Matinee performance on April 24 at 2:00pm. All performances will be at the Littleton Opera House. The Upstage Players is proud to present a production involving community members from all across the North Country to produce a spectacular show in Littleton at the Opera House.

4/15/2016 To 4/24/2016
Saturday, April 16, 12:55pmEncore- Saturday, April 23, 12:55pmLocation:Catamount Arts Center115 Eastern Ave.St. Johnsbury, VTTickets: $25 adults, $23 member, $16 studentsSoprano Sondra Radvanovsky takes on the extraordinary challenge of singing all three of Donizetti’s Tudor queens in the course of a single season, a rare feat made famous by Beverly Sills—and not attempted on a New York stage since. In this climactic opera of the trilogy, she plays Queen Elizabeth I, forced to sign the death warrant of the nobleman she loves, Roberto Devereux. Tenor Matthew Polenzani is Devereux, and mezzo-soprano Elīna Garanča and baritone Mariusz Kwiecien complete the principal quartet in the bel canto masterpiece, conducted by Donizetti specialist Maurizio Benini. As with the earlier Anna Bolena and Maria Stuarda, the production is by Sir David McVicar, who with this staging completes an enormously ambitious directorial accomplishment.
Roberto Devereux (Donizetti)

Saturday, April 16, 12:55pm
Encore- Saturday, April 23, 12:55pm

Location:
Catamount Arts Center
115 Eastern Ave.
St. Johnsbury, VT

Tickets: $25 adults, $23 member, $16 students

Soprano Sondra Radvanovsky takes on the extraordinary challenge of singing all three of Donizetti’s Tudor queens in the course of a single season, a rare feat made famous by Beverly Sills—and not attempted on a New York stage since. In this climactic opera of the trilogy, she plays Queen Elizabeth I, forced to sign the death warrant of the nobleman she loves, Roberto Devereux. Tenor Matthew Polenzani is Devereux, and mezzo-soprano Elīna Garanča and baritone Mariusz Kwiecien complete the principal quartet in the bel canto masterpiece, conducted by Donizetti specialist Maurizio Benini. As with the earlier Anna Bolena and Maria Stuarda, the production is by Sir David McVicar, who with this staging completes an enormously ambitious directorial accomplishment.

4/16/2016 To 4/23/2016
Saturday, April 16Dinner: 5:30 pm - 7:30 pmDance: 7:30 pm - 10:30 pmLocation: Cabaret RoomCatamount Arts Center115 Eastern Ave.St. Johnsbury, VTTickets: $25 Dinner and Dance, $10 Dance onlyIt will be time to welcome in Spring when Derrick Samuels warms your stomach and your spirits with another Genuine Jamaican Dinner and Dance Night.  Start the evening with a dinner of authentic island cuisine prepared personally by Derrick and his Genuine Jamaican catering.  When you have eaten your fill, dance the night away with an evening of genuine Jamaican dance music from DJ Brad.  Tickets are limited so buy yours today to ensure a seat at one of the most enjoyable events of the Spring.
Genuine Jamaican Dinner and Dance Night

Saturday, April 16
Dinner: 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Dance: 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Location:
Cabaret Room
Catamount Arts Center
115 Eastern Ave.
St. Johnsbury, VT

Tickets: $25 Dinner and Dance, $10 Dance only

It will be time to welcome in Spring when Derrick Samuels warms your stomach and your spirits with another Genuine Jamaican Dinner and Dance Night. Start the evening with a dinner of authentic island cuisine prepared personally by Derrick and his Genuine Jamaican catering. When you have eaten your fill, dance the night away with an evening of genuine Jamaican dance music from DJ Brad. Tickets are limited so buy yours today to ensure a seat at one of the most enjoyable events of the Spring.

4/16/2016 5:30 PM
Friday, April 29, 2016, at 7:30 pmLocation: Catamount Arts CenterTickets: $15 all seatsThe internationally-acclaimed folk duo will make a rare appearance in the Northeast Kingdom when they headline the Catamount Cabaret at 7:30 pm Friday, April 29. The concert is a co-presentation of the Kingdom Mountain Dulcimers and Catamount Arts. The duo will also conduct a dulcimer workshop the following day. For more information about the workshop, please contact Vicki (moorefamily589@gmail.com) or Julie (sturmvt@gmail.com) at Kingdom Mountain Dulcimers. Award-winning, internationally acclaimed duo, Aubrey Atwater and Elwood Donnelly present delightful programs of traditional American and Celtic folk songs and percussive dance. Elwood and Aubrey blend gorgeous harmonies and play an astonishing array of instruments including guitar, Appalachian mountain dulcimer, mandolin, tin whistle, harmonica, banjo, limberjacks, and other surprises including a thrilling interpretation of freestyle Appalachian clog dancing. Their performance is appealing to all ages, and with humor, audience participation, and a relaxed stage presence, Aubrey and Elwood explain song origins to give more relevance to the material. Married since 1989, Aubrey and Elwood perform widely in the United States and abroad and their twelve recordings receive international airplay. "To those who...deny the human spirit, I give you these chroniclers of its joys and sorrows, light and dark, hope and despair and say that they have but liberated what is in us all. Their dancing notes say, 'Here it is! Humanity's real self. Look! Isn't it wondrous?" -- From a poem written about Aubrey and Elwood, "The Folk Singers" by Philip R. Pearson, Jr. in his book Poetry is to be Consumed, Vantage Press, New York "I almost fainted when you sang and danced and played the banjo at the same time! My mouth was droped (sic) open the entire time." -- 4th graders, Chaplin Elementary School, Chaplin, CT
Atwater – Donnelly

Friday, April 29, 2016, at 7:30 pm

Location: Catamount Arts Center

Tickets: $15 all seats

The internationally-acclaimed folk duo will make a rare appearance in the Northeast Kingdom when they headline the Catamount Cabaret at 7:30 pm Friday, April 29. The concert is a co-presentation of the Kingdom Mountain Dulcimers and Catamount Arts. The duo will also conduct a dulcimer workshop the following day. For more information about the workshop, please contact Vicki (moorefamily589@gmail.com) or Julie (sturmvt@gmail.com) at Kingdom Mountain Dulcimers.

Award-winning, internationally acclaimed duo, Aubrey Atwater and Elwood Donnelly present delightful programs of traditional American and Celtic folk songs and percussive dance. Elwood and Aubrey blend gorgeous harmonies and play an astonishing array of instruments including guitar, Appalachian mountain dulcimer, mandolin, tin whistle, harmonica, banjo, limberjacks, and other surprises including a thrilling interpretation of freestyle Appalachian clog dancing. Their performance is appealing to all ages, and with humor, audience participation, and a relaxed stage presence, Aubrey and Elwood explain song origins to give more relevance to the material. Married since 1989, Aubrey and Elwood perform widely in the United States and abroad and their twelve recordings receive international airplay.

"To those who...deny the human spirit, I give you these chroniclers of its joys and sorrows, light and dark, hope and despair and say that they have but liberated what is in us all. Their dancing notes say, 'Here it is! Humanity's real self. Look! Isn't it wondrous?" -- From a poem written about Aubrey and Elwood, "The Folk Singers" by Philip R. Pearson, Jr. in his book Poetry is to be Consumed, Vantage Press, New York

"I almost fainted when you sang and danced and played the banjo at the same time! My mouth was droped (sic) open the entire time." -- 4th graders, Chaplin Elementary School, Chaplin, CT

4/29/2016 7:30 PM
Saturday, April 30, 12:55pmEncore- Saturday, May 7, 12:55pmLocation:Catamount Arts Center115 Eastern Ave.St. Johnsbury, VTTickets: $25 adults, $23 member, $16 studentsThe genius director Patrice Chéreau (From the House of the Dead) didn’t live to see his great Elektra production, previously presented in Aix and Milan, make it to the stage of the Met. But his overpowering vision lives on with soprano Nina Stemme—unmatched today in the heroic female roles of Strauss and Wagner—who portrays Elektra’s primal quest for vengeance for the murder of her father, Agamemnon. Legendary mezzo-soprano Waltraud Meier is chilling as Elektra’s fearsome mother, Klytämnestra. Soprano Adrianne Pieczonka and bass-baritone Eric Owens are Elektra’s troubled siblings. Chéreau’s musical collaborator Esa-Pekka Salonen conducts Strauss’s mighty take on Greek myth.
Elektra (R. Strauss)

Saturday, April 30, 12:55pm
Encore- Saturday, May 7, 12:55pm

Location:
Catamount Arts Center
115 Eastern Ave.
St. Johnsbury, VT

Tickets: $25 adults, $23 member, $16 students

The genius director Patrice Chéreau (From the House of the Dead) didn’t live to see his great Elektra production, previously presented in Aix and Milan, make it to the stage of the Met. But his overpowering vision lives on with soprano Nina Stemme—unmatched today in the heroic female roles of Strauss and Wagner—who portrays Elektra’s primal quest for vengeance for the murder of her father, Agamemnon. Legendary mezzo-soprano Waltraud Meier is chilling as Elektra’s fearsome mother, Klytämnestra. Soprano Adrianne Pieczonka and bass-baritone Eric Owens are Elektra’s troubled siblings. Chéreau’s musical collaborator Esa-Pekka Salonen conducts Strauss’s mighty take on Greek myth.

4/30/2016 To 5/7/2016
An Evening of LaughsSaturday, April 30, 7:30 pmCafe Open for Dinner & Drinks Starting at 6:30 pmLocation:Court Street Arts at Alumni HallHaverhill, NHTickets: $20 all seats Juston McKinney grew up on the border of Maine and New Hampshire. After earning an associates degree from the very prestigious Southern Maine Community College, he was hired as a York County sheriff’s deputy patrolling the same border in which he grew up. But in 1997 Juston turned in his gun and badge and left the dangerous streets of rural Maine and moved to New York. While living in NYC he worked his way into the weekend line-up at Comic Strip Live, Stand-up New York, Dangerfield’s, Gotham, and Caroline’s on Broadway. McKinney has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Conan O’Brien and has two Comedy Central specials and was chosen to be part of the Blue Collar Comedy Next Generation Tour. In 2000 the New York Times called him “destined for stardom”.
Juston McKinney

An Evening of Laughs

Saturday, April 30, 7:30 pm
Cafe Open for Dinner & Drinks Starting at 6:30 pm

Location:
Court Street Arts at Alumni Hall
Haverhill, NH

Tickets: $20 all seats

Juston McKinney grew up on the border of Maine and New Hampshire. After earning an associates degree from the very prestigious Southern Maine Community College, he was hired as a York County sheriff’s deputy patrolling the same border in which he grew up. But in 1997 Juston turned in his gun and badge and left the dangerous streets of rural Maine and moved to New York. While living in NYC he worked his way into the weekend line-up at Comic Strip Live, Stand-up New York, Dangerfield’s, Gotham, and Caroline’s on Broadway. McKinney has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Conan O’Brien and has two Comedy Central specials and was chosen to be part of the Blue Collar Comedy Next Generation Tour. In 2000 the New York Times called him “destined for stardom”.

4/30/2016 7:30 PM
Sunday, May 15, 7:00 pm(doors open at 6:30 pm)Location:Chandler Music Hall71-73 Main St.Randolph, VTTickets: $60, $50, $40, $30($60 tickets include a post-show meet-and-greet with Ms. Collins)Don't miss the legendary Judy Collins in this rare northern Vermont appearance at the intimate and acoustically inspiring Chandler Music Hall. Judy has inspired audiences with sublime vocals vulnerable songwriting, personal life triumphs and a firm commitment to social activism. In the ‘60s, she evoked both idealism and steely determination of a generation united against social and environmental injustices. Five decades later, her luminescent presence shines brightly as new generations bask in the glow of her iconic 50-album body of work. The award-winning singer-songwriter is esteemed for her imaginative interpretations of traditional and contemporary folk standards and her own poetically poignant original compositions. Her stunning rendition of Joni Mitchell's Both Sides Now from her landmark 1967 album, Wildflowers, has been entered into the GRAMMY® Hall of Fame. Judy’s dreamy and sweetly intimate version of Send in the Clownswon "Song of the Year” at the 1975 GRAMMY® Awards. In late 2015 Judy released her first studio album in four years, Strangers Again. She invited a cast of icons and young talents to sing with her on this fresh collection, from Willie Nelson, Jackson Browne and Jeff Bridges to Glen Hansard, Ari Hest and Bhi Bhiman. Judy delicately soars over a revitalized Send in the Clowns and breathes new life into Hallelujah. She puts her indelible touch on songs by Leonard Bernstein, Randy Newman, James Taylor and more.
An Evening with Judy Collins

Sunday, May 15, 7:00 pm
(doors open at 6:30 pm)

Location:
Chandler Music Hall
71-73 Main St.
Randolph, VT

Tickets: $60, $50, $40, $30
($60 tickets include a post-show meet-and-greet with Ms. Collins)

Don't miss the legendary Judy Collins in this rare northern Vermont appearance at the intimate and acoustically inspiring Chandler Music Hall.

Judy has inspired audiences with sublime vocals vulnerable songwriting, personal life triumphs and a firm commitment to social activism. In the ‘60s, she evoked both idealism and steely determination of a generation united against social and environmental injustices. Five decades later, her luminescent presence shines brightly as new generations bask in the glow of her iconic 50-album body of work.

The award-winning singer-songwriter is esteemed for her imaginative interpretations of traditional and contemporary folk standards and her own poetically poignant original compositions. Her stunning rendition of Joni Mitchell's Both Sides Now from her landmark 1967 album, Wildflowers, has been entered into the GRAMMY® Hall of Fame. Judy’s dreamy and sweetly intimate version of Send in the Clownswon "Song of the Year” at the 1975 GRAMMY® Awards.

In late 2015 Judy released her first studio album in four years, Strangers Again. She invited a cast of icons and young talents to sing with her on this fresh collection, from Willie Nelson, Jackson Browne and Jeff Bridges to Glen Hansard, Ari Hest and Bhi Bhiman. Judy delicately soars over a revitalized Send in the Clowns and breathes new life into Hallelujah. She puts her indelible touch on songs by Leonard Bernstein, Randy Newman, James Taylor and more.

5/15/2016 7:00 PM
Ray Walker Benefit ConcertThursday, May 26, 7:00 pmLocation:Fuller HallSt. Johnsbury Academy1000 Main St.St. Johnsbury, VTTickets: $30, $20Broadway veteran Ray Walker, a native of St. Johnsbury and alumnus of the Academy class of  ’81, will bring his one­man show to Fuller Hall at 7:00 pm Thursday, May 26.  Walker, whose  Broadway credits include Les Miserables, Jesus Christ Superstar, Grease and Falsettos, as well  as the National Touring Company of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, will  present an intimate evening of his favorite Broadway ballads and other popular hits.  Currently  the Conservatory Artistic Director at the North Carolina Theatre in Raleigh, North Carolina,  Walker will be making a rare appearance before his home town audience in a performance  presented by the St. Johnsbury Academy Alumni Association and Catamount Arts.
Broadway and Back

Ray Walker Benefit Concert

Thursday, May 26, 7:00 pm

Location:
Fuller Hall
St. Johnsbury Academy
1000 Main St.
St. Johnsbury, VT

Tickets: $30, $20

Broadway veteran Ray Walker, a native of St. Johnsbury and alumnus of the Academy class of ’81, will bring his one­man show to Fuller Hall at 7:00 pm Thursday, May 26. Walker, whose Broadway credits include Les Miserables, Jesus Christ Superstar, Grease and Falsettos, as well as the National Touring Company of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, will present an intimate evening of his favorite Broadway ballads and other popular hits. Currently the Conservatory Artistic Director at the North Carolina Theatre in Raleigh, North Carolina, Walker will be making a rare appearance before his home town audience in a performance presented by the St. Johnsbury Academy Alumni Association and Catamount Arts.

5/26/2016 7:00 PM
Drawing - June 17, 2016Tickets: $50 each or 3 for $100 (Discount will be applied automatically once three tickets are in your basket.)Before March 15th, put 4 raffle tickets in your basket and pay only $100!Only 2000 tickets will be sold!Celebrate arts in the community with Catamount Arts. The sole winner will be able to choose one of three awesome prizes. (There will only be one winner and only one of the three prizes will be awarded.)1. Yanmar SA221 21hp Diesel 4wd Subcompact Tractor with 48" Loader (MSRP $14,602)2. $10,000 Cash!3. 2016 XL1200 Custom Harley Davidson (MSRP $11,684)Winner is responsible for all associated fees which include, but may not be limited to, all Federal, State & local tax liability; license, title, registration and/or similar fees associated with receiving this prize. Must be 18 years or older to win. Winner must claim prize within ten (10) days of drawing.Proceeds to benefit Catamount Film and Arts.
Catamount Summer Solstice Raffle

Drawing - June 17, 2016

Tickets: $50 each or 3 for $100 (Discount will be applied automatically once three tickets are in your basket.)
Before March 15th, put 4 raffle tickets in your basket and pay only $100!
Only 2000 tickets will be sold!

Celebrate arts in the community with Catamount Arts. The sole winner will be able to choose one of three awesome prizes. (There will only be one winner and only one of the three prizes will be awarded.)

1. Yanmar SA221 21hp Diesel 4wd Subcompact Tractor with 48" Loader (MSRP $14,602)

2. $10,000 Cash!

3. 2016 XL1200 Custom Harley Davidson (MSRP $11,684)

Winner is responsible for all associated fees which include, but may not be limited to, all Federal, State & local tax liability; license, title, registration and/or similar fees associated with receiving this prize. Must be 18 years or older to win. Winner must claim prize within ten (10) days of drawing.

Proceeds to benefit Catamount Film and Arts.

6/17/2016 1:00 PM
Monday, July 11 through Wednesday, July 13Location: Harvey's LakeInstructor: the Legendary Steve DolginFeaturing Don Wallace and Lucas RobillardTickets: $99(Scholarship information available. Contact astetson@catamountarts.org)Beginner through AdvancedAges 4 - 17, Parents welcome!Class size is limited to 15 students per session.Monday, July 11th *slightly longer class times on Monday for orientationClass I: 8:30am - 10:45amClass II: 11:15am - 1:30pmClass III: 2:00pm - 4:15pmTuesday, July 12thWednesday, July 13thClass I: 8:30am - 10:30amClass II: 11:15am - 1:00pmClass III: 1:30pm - 4:15pmExpect surprises and a special guest.All proceeds to benefit Catamount Arts
Harvey's Lake 3 Day Waterskiing Camp
Monday, July 11 through Wednesday, July 13

Location: Harvey's Lake

Instructor: the Legendary Steve Dolgin
Featuring Don Wallace and Lucas Robillard

Tickets: $99
(Scholarship information available. Contact astetson@catamountarts.org)

Beginner through Advanced
Ages 4 - 17, Parents welcome!

Class size is limited to 15 students per session.

Monday, July 11th *slightly longer class times on Monday for orientation
Class I: 8:30am - 10:45am
Class II: 11:15am - 1:30pm
Class III: 2:00pm - 4:15pm

Tuesday, July 12th
Wednesday, July 13th

Class I: 8:30am - 10:30am
Class II: 11:15am - 1:00pm
Class III: 1:30pm - 4:15pm

Expect surprises and a special guest.

All proceeds to benefit Catamount Arts



7/11/2016
Fall 2016 - Spring 2017 Location: Various venuesTickets: $250With a KCP Presents 2016-2017 Season Pass, you get premium seats at every show in the Series, all season long (a $400-plus value) for just $250! It's a great value and a fun way to broaden your horizons - plus purchasing a pass simplifies your life, demonstrates your commitment to the series and your faith in the quality of what we do, and provides us vital support by helping us cover upfront production costs. As a season pass purchaser, you will receive a printed ticket to confirm your order, and we'll email you a reminder before each performance. KCP Presents will automatically have premium tickets waiting for you at the Will Call desk the night of each show. And those tickets are transferable at any time, to anyone you choose! If you can't make a show, simply tell us whose name to put the tickets under. 2016-2017 shows are still under negotiation, but these are the shows under contract so far:October 2016 – Havana Cuba All-Stars @ Fuller Hall, St. Johnsbury Academy: The absolute top performers from Cuba, able to make this historic trip to tour major U.S. cities - and St. Johnsbury - in light of recently resumed U.S. relations with CubaNovember 2016 – Alvin Ailey II Dance @ Lyndon Institute' Alumni AuditoriumDecember 2016 – Vienna Boys Choir @ Fuller Hall, St. Johnsbury Academy We'll notify pass holders as we finalize more contracts. But get your passes now to be sure you get them at last season's prices!
KCP Presents 2016-2017 Season Pass

Fall 2016 - Spring 2017

Location: Various venues

Tickets: $250

With a KCP Presents 2016-2017 Season Pass, you get premium seats at every show in the Series, all season long (a $400-plus value) for just $250! It's a great value and a fun way to broaden your horizons - plus purchasing a pass simplifies your life, demonstrates your commitment to the series and your faith in the quality of what we do, and provides us vital support by helping us cover upfront production costs.

As a season pass purchaser, you will receive a printed ticket to confirm your order, and we'll email you a reminder before each performance. KCP Presents will automatically have premium tickets waiting for you at the Will Call desk the night of each show. And those tickets are transferable at any time, to anyone you choose! If you can't make a show, simply tell us whose name to put the tickets under.

2016-2017 shows are still under negotiation, but these are the shows under contract so far:
October 2016 – Havana Cuba All-Stars @ Fuller Hall, St. Johnsbury Academy: The absolute top performers from Cuba, able to make this historic trip to tour major U.S. cities - and St. Johnsbury - in light of recently resumed U.S. relations with Cuba
November 2016 – Alvin Ailey II Dance @ Lyndon Institute' Alumni Auditorium
December 2016 – Vienna Boys Choir @ Fuller Hall, St. Johnsbury Academy

We'll notify pass holders as we finalize more contracts. But get your passes now to be sure you get them at last season's prices!

10/1/2016 8:00 PM
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