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Year: 200418 200321

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Crying Wolfgang? State of the Arts May 05, 2004

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  • Crying Wolfgang?

    State of the Arts
    Astute readers of the new Vermont Mozart Festival brochure may note a few gaps -- not in the programming, but in the corporate-sponsorship department. Four…
  • Signs of the Times

    Theater Review: The Miracle Worker
    When I mentioned to a friend that I was going to see a production of The Miracle Worker -- William Gibson's well-known play about the…
  • Big City Bright Light

    State of the Arts
    "I saw the ad and thought, 'Burlington, Vermont -- wow," says Evelyn Hankins. She apparently wasn't the only one. According to Fleming Museum Director Janie…
  • White River Rising

    How a critical mass of creative types is conducting a railroad-town renaissance
    In more ways than one, White River Junction sits at a crossroads. Two highways intersect there -- Interstates 89 and 91 -- and two rivers,…
  • Family Ties

    Theater Review: Fences
    Arthur Miller's 1947 play All My Sons is painfully relevant in 2004: A mother dreams of her son dying in battle. A war profiteer rationalizes…
  • Cuts Both Ways

    State of the Arts
    Good news for local culture vultures: The Shelburne Museum, which reopens May 1, has cut ticket prices in half for Vermont residents. Not-so-good news for…
  • Talking Cure

    Vermont teens open up for the voices project
    Scene 1: A fluorescent-lit meeting room in the Blue Cross Blue Shield headquarters in Berlin. Five smart, confident high school students from around the state…
  • Shades of Gray

    State of the Arts
    The apparent suicide of monologist Spalding Gray was a wrenching loss. According to Alison Granucci, a friend of Gray and a former Burlingtonian, the loss…

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