’Cabin Fever’ still rages Friday and Saturday at River Garden


BRATTLEBORO -- Snack Theater’s "Cabin Fever," a darkly funny play about people at the end of their winter rope, continues on Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m., at the Robert H. Gibson River Garden.

"Cabin Fever" stars Bill Hickok, Beth Kiendl and William Stearns in Joan Schenkar’s "comedy of menace," written as part of a trilogy of dark one-act comedies.

"Cabin Fever" is not recommended for children or uptight adults but is just fine for the rest of us. Proceeds benefit the Strolling of the Heifers, specifically its new home in the River Garden.

Admission is on a sliding scale from $12.50 to $60. Contributions at the upper end include a year’s membership in Strolling of the Heifers, which includes discounted admission to future events. The evening includes desert treats, cider and seltzer.

"Cabin Fever" takes place entirely on a New England front porch, which, for this production was designed by Clay Coyle.

For reservations to "Cabin Fever," call 802-246-092. If you get the machine, leave your name, number, date of production and number of seats on the message.


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