Vermont Middlebury Community Players: 2014 Fall Shows

There is something special about watching theatre come alive onstage—feeling your heart skip a beat, a smile come on your face, laughter, tears, and more. The holiday season is a great time to sneak in some great performances—perhaps during a night on the town or simply to get you into the holiday spirit.

The Middlebury Community Players was founded in 1959 and has been presenting two to four plays every year for the community of Middlebury, VT. Musicals, comedies, and dramas are put on by truly talented actors, directors, technicians, and production personnel from Addison County and beyond. Two long-time favorites are making their rounds to our community this year and both are must-sees if you enjoy theatre.

November 6-9 & 13-16, 2014

This energetic show has an original script by Kathleen Walls and Kevin Commins based on the Charles Dickens novel. It is a moving show with memorable songs—some original pieces and of course the standard Tchaikovsky moments that make this an amazing production.

The Story of the Nutcracker
Dec 5-7, 2014

This all-time family favorite is one the entire family will enjoy—a delightful story alongside Tchaikovsky’s famous music will bring you into a different world for the evening and get you into the holiday spirit.

For ticket prices, show times and more information visit the event website or call (802) 382-9222. These will be great opportunities for guests of Swift House Inn to take part in. If you will be in Middlebury, VT during this these times or have another fall getaway planned, our charming bed and breakfast is the perfect home away from home. Get refreshed and relax or ask owners Dan and Michele Brown where to go for great shopping, dining, and outdoor fun if you are up for some adventure! You can see our rooms, seasonal specials, and check availability online or feel free to contact us anytime at (866) 388-9925 for reservation information.

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