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April 2020

**CANCELLED** Shakespeare at War/Shakespeare at Peace

April 4, 2020
7:30 pm

Norwich University's Pegasus Players will perform selected scenes from Shakespeare on the theme of war, peace, veterans, and trauma. Each performance will be followed by discussions with veterans, scholars, artists, and community members. Performance is free and open to the public. Read More »

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**POSTPONED** 2020 Weston Playhouse Teachers Workshop

April 7, 2020
9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Designed for teachers of English, history, humanities, and drama at the high school and college level, this day-long workshop will prepare educators for the fall School Matinee production of An Iliad, written by Lisa Peterson and Denis O'Hare, based on Homer's Iliad translated by Robert Fagles. Read More »

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**DIGITAL ONLY** PoemCity 2020: Virtual Voicing Art Poetry Reading

April 18, 2020
2:00 pm

The Poartry Project presents a virtual reading inspired by the themes of connection and interdependent independence in this unprecedented, extraordinary time. This Zoom gathering is for all writers, readers, and appreciative listeners—local in the Vermont region or geographically dispersed. Read More »

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May 2020

**CANCELLED** Remixing the Humanities: How the Arts Can Help Embed Habit of Equity in the Classroom and Curriculum

May 15, 2020
5:00 pm

The current generation of young people is the most diverse in U.S. history—yet are we designing equitable learning contexts and experiences reflective of these demographics? Aysha Upchurch will offer strategies that shake up the old, shift power, and reshape classrooms as places where rigor, equity, and joy can co-exist. This event is FREE, open seating. Open to educators, administrators, and teaching artists. Read More »

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**CANCELLED** Sutras for a Suffering World: The Poetry of David Budbill Set to Music

May 15, 2020
7:30 pm

The words of celebrated Vermont poet David Budbill take center stage in this program featuring works by Evan Premo, Erik Nielsen, and avant-garde jazz artist William Parker. Read More »

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**POSTPONED** Sutras for a Suffering World: The Poetry of David Budbill Set to Music

May 16, 2020
7:30 pm

The words of celebrated Vermont poet David Budbill take center stage in this program featuring works by Evan Premo, Erik Nielsen, and avant-garde jazz artist William Parker. Read More »

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**POSTPONED** Sutras for a Suffering World: The Poetry of David Budbill Set to Music

May 17, 2020
4:00 pm

The words of celebrated Vermont poet David Budbill take center stage in this program featuring works by Evan Premo, Erik Nielsen, and avant-garde jazz artist William Parker. Read More »

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July 2020

Alexander Twilight Mini-Series: Natural History

July 17, 2020
11:00 am
Alexander Twilight

Join us in learning about African American Alexander Twilight's contributions to the state of Vermont. Staff have put together curriculum and tote bags with hands-on activities to highlight Twilight's influence and accomplishments as man educator. The event is to pick up take-home materials only. No physical program will be held onsite. Read More »

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Alexander Twilight Mini-Series: Natural History

July 24, 2020
11:00 am
Alexander Twilight

Join us in learning about African American Alexander Twilight's contributions to the state of Vermont. Staff have put together curriculum and tote bags with hands-on activities to highlight Twilight's influence and accomplishments as man educator. The event is to pick up take-home materials only. No physical program will be held onsite. Read More »

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Alexander Twilight Mini-Series: Natural History

July 31, 2020
11:00 am
Alexander Twilight

Join us in learning about African American Alexander Twilight's contributions to the state of Vermont. Staff have put together curriculum and tote bags with hands-on activities to highlight Twilight's influence and accomplishments as man educator. The event is to pick up take-home materials only. No physical program will be held onsite. Read More »

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