Standing in This Place: Growing Up LGBTQ in 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 and written by Maura Campbell, a multi-generational ensemble of 15 Vermonters takes the stage to tell their own personal stories of the ground-shattering events of the past 30 years. They are Stacia Bullock (Rutland), Carolyn Campbell (Bethel), Grae Frechette (Northfield), Keith Goslant (Montpelier), Tim Grenon (Websterville), Mark Hackett (Brookfield), Josh Huffman (Randolph), Nancy Manney and Gail Shorey (formerly of Brandon), Rae Merrill (Brookfield), Madison Messier (Burlington), Middlebury Pratt (Williston), Chris Roberts (Barre), Howard Russell (Hinesburg), and Kim Ward (Montpelier). State Representative Bill Lippert makes a cameo appearance. Directed by Charlie McMeekin.
Adults, $20.Students (up to age 18), $15.
3-admission flex pass, good for three tickets for any performance: adults $50, students $35.