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Rainbow Bike Rack Unveiling - Monday, August 31, 2015.
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Growing Up LGBTQ in Rural Vermont: Vermont is known as one of the most progressive states in the country, due largely to the decades-long struggle of the LGBTQ community and its allies. In this original Vermont Pride Theater commission conceived, written, and co-directed by Maura Campbell, a multi-generational ensemble of 15 native Vermonters take the stage to tell their own personal stories of the ground-shattering events of the past thirty years. Co-directed by Charlie McMeekin.
All Together Now: One morning, the doorbell rings at the home of Paul and Adam and in walks 15-year old Fox, who tells them he is Paul’s son and wants to live with them. Arriving to share this news are Paul’s parents Jim and Dorothy, and Fox’s mother Julie. This life-changing moment touches Paul and Adam as they consider marriage, and Jim and Dorothy, who never expected to be grandparents. Written by Philip Middleton Williams.
A Late Snow: In Jane Chambers’ 1960’s play, closeted college professor Ellie finds herself snowbound in an isolated cabin with her first love, an ex-love, her current love, and a potential new love. Though written more than 50 years ago, A Late Snow remains relevant to modern audiences through its exploration of timeless themes of love, betrayal, and acceptance. Directed by Shannon Sanborn.
Tickets: adults $20, students $15. Purchase a 3-play pass, available only in advance, for a further reduction in price (for non-students)! Passes are $50, and may be used for any combination of 3 admissions to the Festival. All performances will be at the Chandler Center for the Arts in Randolph, Vermont. Tickets can be purchased on their website - https://www.chandler-arts.org/calendar/pride-theater-festival/
Check out the Pride Center of Vermont's event calendar at http://pridecentervt.org/calendar to see upcoming workshops, group classes, and more in towns and cities all over Vermont.