The Vermont Cynic

Grief and puppets take the stage this week

Juniors Caleb Chew and Kristen Brown are leads in the UVM Department of Theatre’s production of “Hand To God,” running  Oct. 3-7 at the Royall Tyler Theatre. “Hand to God” is a dark comedy about a teenager who winds up performing in a church puppet show that soon appears to be possessed.

Addie Beach, Senior Staff Writer

October 5, 2018

Church, grief and demonic puppets open UVM Theatre’s latest season.  “Hand to God” is a dark comedy about a teenager, Jason, in a small Texas suburb who, while dealing with the aftermath of his father’s death, winds up performing in a church puppet show that soon appears to be possessed. ...

UVM theatre brings classic tale to the stage

The cast and managers of the new theater production. Clockwise from top left: Nick Turner, McKenna Black, Katelyn Paddock, Caleb Chew, Thomas Brayton, Julia Sioss, Ray Gillies, Christian DeKett, Sean German, Rachel Samuels, Dani Knight, Anna Cataldo, Carolyne Sandoval and Amanda Tramposch.

Sarah Robinson

November 7, 2017

An adaptation of Jane Austen’s acclaimed novel “Sense and Sensibility” is hitting the Royall Tyler Theater stage next week. The play, adapted by playwright Kate Hamill and directed at UVM by Natalie Battistone, tackles themes of love and devotion. Hamill transformed the famously dense novel...

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