Culture & the Arts

Vermont Children's Theater

Vermont Children's Theater Lyndonville Vermont

The Vermont Children's Theater provides the children in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont with a practical introduction to theatre, developing theatrical technique, self-confidence and personal responsibility regardless of their ability to pay. Each summer, local children perform three musicals, starting with the youngest group in early July, and culminating with the high school actors in a Broadway musical in late July. Advanced tickets are available through Catamount Arts (www.catamountarts.org).
The theater is located in a converted barn on Darling Hill, with a gorgeous view of Willoughby Gap. To reach the theater from downtown Lyndonville, go north on US Route 5, turn right on VT Route 114, and then left on Darling Hill Road. The theater is on the left, about 2 miles from VT Route 114, just past the Wildflower Inn.

Vermont Children’s Theater
2283 Darling Hill Road
PO Box 701
Lyndonville, VT 05851
802-626-5358
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www.VermontChildrensTheater.com

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