Audition notice for 'On the Verge'

Vermont Theatre Company announces auditions for its next production, "On the Verge, by Eric Overmeyer," on Sunday Dec. 20, at 5 p.m. in the BUHS auditorium on Fairground Rd., Enter through the first set of doors on the front of building as you approach it from Canal Street, Route 5.

Colin Grube is the director. Performance dates are Feb. 26 through 28 and March 3 through 6.

The director is looking for actors with big imaginations willing to work hard and have a lot of fun with a piece about Time Traveling Victorian women. There are parts for Fanny (female 60s+), Mary (female 40s+), Alex (female 20s+) and one male, able to do a variety of accents and characters, to play numerous parts.

Actors will be asked to read from sides prepared by the director, do a monologue (provided) and maybe some light movement.

For more information about the production, please email Colin Grube at

VTC is a non-profit community theater company based in Brattleboro, Vermont. We are dedicated to providing area audiences with high quality live performances and actively encouraging new people to join our efforts by always holding open auditions for all productions.

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Village Harmony Alumni Ensemble concert in January This unique world music vocal ensemble includes 14 college-aged and young adult Village Harmony veterans, many of whom have sung and traveled with Village Harmony for many years. The program features songs and dances from South Africa, American shape-note songs, quartet gospel and contemporary compositions, traditional songs from Corsica and the Balkans, Spanish renaissance works by Guerrero, and contemporary pieces by Estonian composer Urmas Sisask.

Village Harmony is an umbrella organization based in Vermont dedicated to the study and performance of ethnic singing traditions from around the world. Each summer they sponsor ten ensembles like this one, both in New England and in numerous foreign countries, involving both teen and adult singers. Each group develops its own unique sound with a different international team of leaders, but all share common traits: a powerful, natural, unrestrained, vocal sound; a remarkable variety of vocal styles and timbres, as appropriate to the many varieties of ethnic and traditional music; and the visible, vibrant community among the singers and audience as they share in a joyous celebration of music.

Village Harmony's many recordings and songbooks will be available for sale at the concert.

Concert date is Wednesday, Jan. 6, 7 p.m. in Brattleboro at Center Congregational Church, 103 Main St. Suggested admission at the door is $10, $5 for students and seniors. For more information call 802-426-3210.