Summer Theater A Cultural Tradition in Vermont

07/19/12 4:30PM By Neal Charnoff
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Summer is great time to escape outdoors.  But it's also traditionally the time when theaters large and small throw open their doors to welcome audiences hungry for a good show. 

People may find themselves enjoying some Shakespeare in a traditional auditorium. 

But the rural nature of Vermont has also led to some more imaginative settings to take in a show, like the Skinner Barn in Waitsfield, and the Unadilla Theater in the woods of Calais. 

As we reach the mid-point of the summer theater season, we check in  with Alex Aldrich of the Vermont Council on the Arts.


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