NEK: Magical Momix + Boston Brass + WOODSTOCK: Truffle Hunters Special Event!

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3pm, Saturday, November 20
Billings Farm & Museum, Woodstock
Truffle Hunters screening and special event with producer Geralyn Dreyfous whose films have won Academy Awards and Emmys.
7pm, Saturday, December 4
Peacham Congregational Church
Holiday cheer with the Boston Brass
7pm, Sunday, December 5
Lyndon Institute
40th anniversary celebration of Momix dance.
ALSO – Upcoming screening dates for Jack London’s Martin Eden by Jay Craven – Winner of BEST FILM and BEST DIRECTOR awards at the 2021 Boston Film Festival. Dates include:
Sunday, Nov. 21 – Next Stage Arts, Putney
Friday, Dec. 10 – Sebastiani Theater, Sonoma, CA.
Thursday, Jan. 6 – VTIFF – Burlington
3pm, Saturday, November 20
Film Screening to Benefit Woodstock Film Series
w/ special guest, producer Geralyn Dreyfous
Billings Farm and Museum. Woodstock
Geralyn Dreyfous has produced 155 films, including some of the most popular and successful documentaries of the last twenty years – among them Born Into Brothels, Allen v. Farrow, The Hunting Ground, and Won’t You Be My Neighbor?
Reception with fresh truffles + truffle-inspired offerings
$100 donation to benefit Woodstock Film Series
Comments about The Truffle Hunters
“It’s a film, in the end, about mortality, culture and economics from a “less is more” philosophy that seems to document nothing while eventually capturing everything.” – Times of London
“A film that lies at the intersection of documentary, Italian neorealism and Renaissance painting, a wholly singular visual experience that is inextricably tied to the film’s storytelling.” – Los Angeles Times
“Without spoiling the delicate mood with narration or straight-to-camera interviews, Dweck and Kershaw bring us into the company of a band of idiosyncratic adherents to an ancient way of life.” – NY Times
THE TRUFFLE HUNTERS | Official Trailer (2020)
7pm, Saturday, December 4
Peacham Congregational Church
Presented with PAMFEST
General admission $40
Students $20
Trumpets, French horns, trombones perform holiday classics, from Carol of the Bells, White Christmas and Three Dances from The Nutcracker Suite to Astor Piazzolla’s Verana Porteno and Duke Ellington’s Caravan.
Boston Brass - Simple Gifts ( Official Music Video ) 4K
7pm, Sunday, December 5
40th Anniversary Show
Lyndon Institute Auditorium
Reserved seats $52, $42, $32, $15.
Free tickets for students 18 and under
Transporting audiences into a fantasy world through its magical imagery.
“MOMIX creates a tension between illusion and reality, apprehension and excitement.”
– New York Times
MOMIX 40th Anniversary - Promo 2020
Upcoming screening dates for Jack London’s Martin Eden by Jay Craven -Winner of BEST FILM and BEST DIRECTOR awards at the 2021 Boston Film Festival. Dates include:
Sunday, Nov. 21 – Next Stage Arts, Putney
Friday, Dec. 10 – Sebastiani Theater, Sonoma, CA.
Thursday, Jan. 6 – VTIFF – Burlington
Based on Jack London’s autobiographical novel and set in 1909, Martin Eden tells the story of a poor, rough-hewn, and unschooled sailor (Martin Eden), who unexpectedly meets Ruth Morse, a magnetic young woman of means and education. Their unconventional attraction upends both lives and propels timely themes of impossible love, the confines of class, aspiration to the American Dream, and the quest for a comfortable place in an inconstant world.
ALSO COMING FROM KCP PRESENTS!!
                              
7pm, Friday and Saturday, January 28-29
Friday – Dibden Theater, NVU – Johnson
Saturday – Fuller Hall, St. Johnsbury Academy
Reserved seats $52, $42, $32, $15.
Free tickets for students 18 and under
Emmy-winning comedian – one of Comedy Central’s “Greatest Stand-Ups of All Time.”
“Poundstone improvises like a jazz musician, swinging in unexpected directions without a net.” – Boston Globe
 Sunday, February 13 through Thursday, February 17
Obie-winning Elevator Repair Service theater company
Online – w/ live conversation, 7pm, Thurs. Feb. 17
Tickets are free – but you must have a ticket
Documentary theater recreates this historic 1965 debate between activist/writer Baldwin and conservative icon Buckley
“More than 55 years later, this event has lost none of its relevance.”—The Atlantic
7pm, Tuesday, February 15
Lyndon Institute Auditorium
Reserved seats $52, $42, $32, $15.
Free tickets for students 18 and under
80-piece orchestra performing Rossini, Tchaikovsky and Beethoven.
“An exceptionally beautiful sound.”  — Gazeta Wyborcza
Monday, February 21
Fuller Hall, St. Johnsbury Academy
Reserved seats $56, $46, $36, $15.
Free tickets for students 18 and under
Aretha Franklin’s legendary music performed by four-time Grammy-winner and Franklin protege Karen Clark Sheard.
“A soprano of great range in pitch and tone.” – Ben Ratliff, New York Times
7pm, Wednesday, March 2
Fuller Hall, St. Johnsbury Academy
Reserved seats $52, $42, $32, $15.
Free tickets for students 18 and under
Unforgettable world-class Cape Breton
fiddling and step dancing.
“Flying notes, fast-paced jigs, reels and polkas, paint can percussion and Gaelic lyrics…”- Music Road
Wednesday, March 9
Northern Vermont University, Johnson
Reserved seats $52, $42, $32, $15.
Free tickets for students 18 and under
Atop a precarious pagoda of chairs,
trick-cycling, precision tumbling, juggling, somersaulting, and gymnastics –
and much more.
“They push the envelope of human possibility, combining agility and grace in remarkable feats of pure artistry.” – Clive Davis, New York Post.
Thursday, March 17
Fuller Hall, St. Johnsbury Academy
Reserved seats $52, $42, $32, $15.
Free tickets for students 18 and under
A Creole Zydeco – New Orleans
Brass Band showdown!
“They make it all count.” – Offbeat Magazine
7pm, Wednesday, April 13
Lyndon Institute Auditorium
Reserved seats $52, $42, $32, $15.
Free tickets for students 18 and under
Six world-class jazz players perform
fabulous and funny music for classic cartoons from Betty Boop, Elmer Fudd, Bugs Bunny to Popeye the Sailor and more.
“Who needs another Broadway show when you can hire a jazz combo playing music from Bugs Bunny cartoons?” – The Wall Street Journal
7pm, Saturday, April 23
Highland Center for the Arts, Greensboro
Reserved seats $32
Free tickets for students 18 and under
One of the world’s most accomplished and
innovative early music vocal ensembles.
“Perfectly exquisite.” – St. Louis Post-Dispatch
KCP Presents is made possible through generous support from local sponsors, including our lead sponsor, The Passumpsic Bank –
and from The National Endowment for the Arts, The New England Foundation for the Arts and the Vermont Arts Council. Media sponsors include Vermont Broadcast Associates, Vermont Public Radio and Point-FM

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