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The Valley Players, an all-volunteer community theater group, have been promoting cultural activities in the Mad River Valley for over forty years, including production of plays and musicals, education in theatrical arts, and concerts and comedy shows. We value your participation in supporting our productions and events, and are committed to serving residents and visitors alike with new shows and re-imagined classics.

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The Valley Players will present a classic of the American theater this fall. This hauntingly poetic play tells of a single mother and her two adult children struggling to get by in Depression-era St. Louis. Amanda Wingfield (Kitty Coyne, Waterbury), raised in Southern gentility and abandoned by her husband, now tries desperately to provide for her disabled daughter Laura (Lindsay Repka, Middlebury) and adventure-seeking son Tom (Matthew Grant Winston, Montpelier). The cast also includes Michael Smith (Cambridge, VT) as Jim, a high school acquaintance of Laura’s.

Shows: Sept. 29 - Oct. 15

Fridays and Saturdays at 7 pm - tickets $18

Sundays at 2 pm - $14

Theater in Your Home

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on the Valley Players YouTube Channel!

The Valley Players kept creating throughout the pandemic to bring you a series of theatrical presentations that you can enjoy from the safety and comfort of your laptop. Titles include classic plays and new work, plus interviews, variety shows, and storytelling events. Shows are free to watch, although donations are gratefully accepted. Our average ticket price for a live performance is $16.

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