Vermont Vaudeville returns to the Hardwick Town House on October 17th and 18th. Now in their 6th year, the Northeast Kingdom troupe will once again pack the house with their unique combination of comedy, circus, and music.
“What Goes Up,” the latest side-splitting, jaw-dropping entertainment extravaganza, is a gravitational experiment in pure hilarity, featuring all new material from founding company members Rose Friedman, Brent and Maya McCoy, and Justin Lander, as well as the Vermont Vaudeville house band – Geoff Goodhue and Otto Muller.
Guest performers for this fall show include: Magic Brian, a New York City-based comic magician whose career has spanned international venues, as well as the Coney Island Sideshow and The Late Show with David Letterman; and The Fourth Wall, a Boston-based hybrid arts ensemble made up of three classically trained musicians who are also dancers and physical comedians, not to mention winners of the 2014 Savvy Musician in Action award.
For the first time, you can grab dinner at the Town House before the show. Meghan’s Wood-Fired Grill will be serving locally-sourced tacos on the Town House lawn starting two hours before each performance. And, of course, popcorn, cider, and baked goods by Red Sky Trading will be available in the lobby.
Performances are Friday, October 17th and Saturday October 18th at 8 p.m., as well as a reduced price matinee on Saturday at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12 adults/$6 kids in advance and $15/$8 at the door. The matinee performance is $10 for adults and $5 for kids. Tickets are available at Galaxy Bookstore in downtown Hardwick and online at www.vermontvaudeville.com.
The crowds come out for Vaudeville, so get your tickets early!