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    Oldcastle's 'Black comedy' a romp

    08/31/2015 10:45 AM EDT
    BENNINGTON >> And God said, "Let there be light!" He should have added: "Except at Oldcastle Theatre Company's late summer run of Peter Shaffer's farce, 'Black Comedy'!" This play defies everything ever written in the Book of Exodus. 
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    Theatre Review: "The Glass Menagerie"
    08/31/2015 09:51 AM EDT - Weston Playhouse Theatre Company inaugurated its five-year commitment to reviving one great American drama each season with "The Glass Menagerie." Its superb production of Tennessee Williams's classic memory play reminded Thursday's preview Full Story

    'Avenue of Spies' latest treat from Alex Kershaw
    08/30/2015 02:55 PM EDT - MANCHESTER >> One of the less well-known chapters of World War II, possibly one of the most picked over periods in recent history, is what happened in France during the four years of German occupation. Full Story

    New novel released following best-seller
    08/27/2015 10:19 AM EDT - ARLINGTON >> Eric Rickstad's new literary psychological thriller "Lie In Wait" — due from HarperCollins on Sept. 1 in ebook and Feb. 2 in trade paperback — is generating buzz upon the heels of his previous novel "The Silent Girls", Full Story

    Art classes planned
    08/27/2015 10:15 AM EDT - MANCHESTER >> Tony Conner, local and award winning artist, will be instructing two six-week series of art classes this fall. Both art classes will be held at Equinox Village in Manchester Center on Mondays from 2:30 to 4 p. Full Story

    Weston Playhouse to stage 'The Glass Menagerie'
    08/25/2015 09:47 AM EDT - WESTON >> beginning Aug. 27, Weston Playhouse Theatre Company will present Tennessee Williams' timeless masterpiece, The Glass Menagerie. The final production of an exciting summer lineup, Williams' iconic work also launches Weston's 5-year Full Story

    Dorset lampoons the stage in "I Hate Hamlet"
    08/24/2015 09:46 AM EDT - DORSET >> Burton. Olivier. Branagh. Currently, the new rage is Cumberbatch. They all played William Shakespeare's quintessential tragic hero, Hamlet. But Dorset Theatre Festival doesn't want us to forget John Barrymore (1882-1942). Full Story

    Tilting at Windhills to host book signing
    08/20/2015 04:28 PM EDT - MANCHESTER >> On Friday Sept. 4, from 5 - 7:30 p.m., artist Adriano Manocchia and author Ronald G. Dodson will attend a book signing event at Tilting at Windmills Gallery located at 24 Highland Ave in Manchester Center. Full Story

    Pianist Bob Milne to return to arts center
    08/20/2015 04:28 PM EDT - MANCHESTER >> The Southern Vermont Arts Center (SVAC) will welcome back world-renowned ragtime and boogie-woogie pianist Bob Milne for an evening of music Saturday, Aug. 29, at 7:30 p.m. When Milne takes the stage at the Arkell Pavilion, it Full Story

    DTF to stage 'I Hate Hamlet'
    08/19/2015 12:26 PM EDT - DORSET >> Dorset Theatre Festival will stage I Hate Hamlet, a hilarious play by Obie Award winning playwright and pre-eminent humorist Paul Rudnick. The production will be directed by Carl Andress and will run from Aug. Full Story

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    Will Tom Hardy play James Bond?

    'Legend’ actor replaces Idris Elba as the favorite to take over for Daniel Craig, according to British bookmakers.