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Vermont Stage Company News, June 16, 2015


posted at 4:29 pm Tue Jun 16th, 2015 by (WherezIt_Staff)

 
                                       
The 4th Annual Bake Off opens tonight! We have 18 cast members this year, which is the most we've ever had (last year was 15). Please be sure to check out all their bios to get a full list of the wonderful artists that have decided to participate in the crazy.

Here's a bit about three of the nine men appearing in the show.




Bruce Campbell is a writer and producer and has worked with Vermont Stage on several shows over the years including Photograph 51, Oliver Twist, Winter Tales and the Bake-Off version of Eurydice.











You may remember Bob Nuner from the world premiere of THE QUARRY last season. He's also appeared in a half a dozen other show with Vermont Stage over the years.








Adam Cunningham was most recently in THE BAKE OFF of Eurydice as a stone in the second section of the play. Prior to that, you may remember him playing Sal in our production of TRUE WEST back in 2006.








See you at the theatre... this week only!
 
Cristina Alicea
Producing Artistic Director

PS. We have $20,000 left to raise before the end of our fiscal year on June 30th. If you haven't donated yet this season, please help us close the gap by donating.

playwright Lauren Gunderson

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Vermont Stage Blog
John Nagle on directing the 3rd section of The Bake Off 

 "Do you find that breaking the play down into sections makes it easier or harder to direct than the entire show? 
'I think it's tougher in that there is less of an overall journey for me to help the audience through.  I have the end of the play, and endings are always hard.  Especially when you have no control over the beginning and middle of a play!  You need to wrap things up, make a statement for the whole play, but not get too sentimental with it in this case.  We keep it simple, slightly stylized.  To me the end is about coming together.  It symbolizes the family and tradition of this society.  And also celebrates the actors who as an ensemble have worked hard to make this happen."  read more

Thanks to the sponsors of THE BAKE OFF
Show them some love on behalf of Vermont Stage



 
Vermont Arts Council
     
 
 

Our Mission
To create theatre that makes our community a better place.
We do this by:
  • Producing plays that show us what we have in common is more powerful than what separates us 
  • Providing a supportive professional environment in which theatre artists are inspired to perform their best work
  • Enhancing the cultural and commercial vitality of our community
  • Encouraging the development of Vermont audiences and their love of theatre 
 
 

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