Patrons are requested to turn off signal watches, cellular phones and beepers prior to the performance.
Arrival Please arrive early enough to be in your seat before the time noted on your ticket. As a courtesy to the artists performing and the audience, latecomers will be seatedat the discretion of management. Food, cameras, and recording devices are not permitted at any event.
Smoking Policy The Center for the Arts maintains a no smoking policy. Thank you for your cooperation.
Children Tickets and separate seats are required, as per Vermont State Fire laws, for every patron entering the performance space. As a courtesy to audience members and performers, please use discretion regarding a young child's ability to sit quietly and enjoy a performance.
Ticket Information Your ticket is valid until curtain time only. Latecomer seating is at the discretion of the management. If your seat is not claimed by the time listed on your ticket, we may admit customers off the standby list in your place. Please plan accordingly for an on-time arrival.
All ticket sales are final. All performances and programs are subject to change.
The Education Studies Program is grounded in and grows out of the strength and excellence of the Middlebury College liberal arts curriculum. The College's aim has been to educate students in the liberal arts tradition who can bring their learning to bear on practical and significant real-world problems and concerns. In gaining a well-balanced liberal arts education, the Middlebury student majors in a recognized field of inquiry and undertakes a minor in education studies which provides a cross-disciplinary focus on the teaching and learning process. Taken together with distribution requirements in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and mathematics, and foreign languages and cultures, the course work in the major and the education studies minor provide prospective teachers with the analytical framework and content knowledge pivotal to engaging in reflective instruction in the practicum and in their first years of teaching.