Theaters & Cinema

Theatrical offerings in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom are as varied and unique as the region itself from the high flying twists, turns, & amazing acrobatics of the Annual Circus Smirkus Big Top Tour to the politically opinionated shenanigans at the Bread & Puppet Theater.

At Catamount Arts Center, you can catch an indie film in one of their 2 newly renovated theaters, enjoy The Met: Live in HD with performances including ‘Carmen’ and ‘Romeo & Juliet’, or enjoy one of the many musical performances they sponsor. Check their website often as new events are added throughout the year.

The Haskell Opera House hosts concerts and shows throughout the summer including Kingdom Dixie and the Vermont Symphony Orchestra.  QNEK Productions is the resident theater company of the Haskell and shows this summer include "Ruthless, the Musical' and 'The Fantasticks'.  Thespians as young as 7 years old take to the stage in an old barn converted into a 200 seat theater that hosts the Vermont Childrens’ Theater.  



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  Bread and Puppet Theater & Museum Glover
One of the largest collections of some of the biggest puppets in the world - open daily from 10 am - 6 pm until November 1st, and after that, by appointment. Free admission. Donations welcome.
753 Heights Road
Glover, VT 05839

802-525-3031
breadpup@together.net





  Circus Smirkus Greensboro
Circus Smirkus provides a forum for youth and adults to collaborate on life enhancing adventures in the Circus Arts.
1 Circus Rd.
Greensboro, VT 05841

802-533-7443
info@smirkus.org





  Catamount Arts Center St. Johnsbury
Catamount Arts was founded in 1975 with a mission of enhancing the cultural climate of northern Vermont and New Hampshire.
139 Eastern Ave.
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819





  QNEK Productions Newport
QNEK Productions is the Resident Theater Company of the Haskell Opera House in Derby Line.

Newport, VT 05855