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I’m watching the weather go crazy outside my house in Winooski, Vermont right now — driving rain, high winds, the power flickering on and off. They sky went dark grey, now it’s strangely yellow, and the cat’s freaked out. A...
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by NCPR News
Mar 03, 2003 — Groups around the state will perform an ancient Greek play tomorrow to protest a possible war with Iraq. The Lysistrata Project spans 56 countries. Productions in New York state will happen everywhere from a community college auditorium in Plattsburgh, an art gallery in Ithaca, a mall bookstore in Syracuse, and even a cafe in Saratoga Springs. Actors in a Buffalo production include Republicans, liberals, conservatives and peace-loving patriots. Todd Moe talks with NCPR resident theatre critic Connie Meng about project and the play. Go to full article
by Brian Mann
Feb 04, 2003 — Pakistanis are continuing to flee the U.S., crossing the border north of Plattsburgh. Frightened by a new policy that requires Pakistani men to register with the U.S. government, the families are seeking asylum in Canada. Overwhelmed by hundreds of refugees, the Canadian government has begun sending people back. As Brian Mann reports, dozens of Pakistani men have been detained on immigration charges, leaving their wives and children in limbo. Go to full article
Jan 31, 2003 — Vermont Stage in Burlington has opened their second production of the season--Harold Pinter's Betrayal. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng was at the opening night and has this review. Betrayal runs at Vermont stage through February 9. Go to full article
Jan 07, 2003 — Last month the city of Burlington, Vermont joined two dozen cities across the country to pass resolutions against parts of the USA Patriot Act, saying it violates civil liberties. David Sommerstein reports. Go to full article
Oct 18, 2002 — The quirky comedy Sylvia has opened Vermont Stage's season at the FlynnSpace in Burlington. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng was at the opening night and has this review. Sylvia runs through October 27, 2002. Go to full article
Mar 08, 2002 — A terrific production of the American classic Our Town has opened at Vermont Stage. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng was at the opening and has this review. Go to full article
Mar 05, 2002 — Today people in Vermont will vote on local issues ranging from taxes to growth ordinances. Many will stick around their polling place for the annual town meeting. The town meeting is a Vermont tradition, mandated in the state constitution. Some call it democracy at its best. Others say the influx of newcomers and the fact that the meetings are held when many people are working make it an ailing institution. David Sommerstein was in Vermont last weekend. He asked Vermonters from Colchester, Winooski, South Hero, Hinesburg, and Burlington if they plan to go to town meeting and what issues they'd like discussed there. Go to full article
Jan 25, 2002 — Waiting for Godot is being given a solid production at Vermont Stage in Burlington. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng was at the opening and has this review. Go to full article