Upcoming Audio Described Performances

24 May 2019

THE VERMONT COUNCIL OF THE BLIND
15 YANDOW DRIVE
SOUTH BURLINGTON, VT 05403

The Vermont Council of the Blind is pleased to announce the scheduled
summer performances to be audio described.

Wednesday July 10 evening performance at St. Michael’s Playhouse, THE
39 STEPS is a fast paced whodunit for anyone who loves the magic of theater. A
treat of nonstop laughs packed with over 150 zany characters played by a talented
cast of four. Curtain is at 8:00 PM and we are asked to be there by 7:30.
Wednesday July 24 evening performance at St. Michael’s Playhouse, I
LOVE YOU, YOU’RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE is a comic celebration of the
bewildering mystery of life known as L-0-V-E. An insightful and hilarious
musical. Curtain is at 8:00 PM and we are asked to be there by 7:30.
Cost is $15.00 for each ticket. Please send a check or money order payable to
VCB at the above address by June 15.

Wednesday August 7 the 2:00 PM matinee of “Oklahoma” at The Weston
Playhouse, Rt. 100, Weston, VT. OKLAHOMA is set on a beautiful morning in
1906 in Oklahoma Territory when a group of intrepid pioneers are setting out to
forge a new community and young women and men are setting out to chart their
futures. A Rogers & Hammerstein musical with unforgettable songs. We will meet
at Java Baba in Ludlow at 11:00 AM for lunch. We need to be at the theater by
1:30. Cost for lunch and the show is $20.00 for each ticket. Please send a check or
money order payable to VCB by July 1.

As always, drivers of the visually impaired and blind are the guests of the
Vermont Council. When requesting tickets, please let me know if your driver
needs a ticket.

Any questions, call 802-862-8558 or email carolannrichman@gmail.com.

Contact Us

Fred Jones, Division Director
HC 2 South, 280 State Drive
Waterbury, VT 05671-2050
Toll Free in Vermont: 1-800-356-1526
Voice: (802) 289-0334
Fax: (802) 885-6471
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