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Thursday, January 27, 2022

  • RAISINS Presents: InspirASIANal Voices 2022

    Join us in our 7th annual InspirASIANal Voices: a night of Asian diaspora storytelling! Come celebrate what it means to be part of the Asian diaspora, with storytellers from across the board.

    Anderson Freeman Resource Center

    Closed to the Public

Friday, January 28, 2022

  • "Understanding 9/11: Causes, Legacies, Lessons"

    The Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs will host the conference “Understanding 9/11: Causes, Legacies and Lessons. This conference will bring together academic, economic, legal, security, and strategic specialists to examine 9/11’s impact—domestically and abroad—to better understand its transformative effects and the lessons it offers in the areas of foreign policy, security, and domestic politics.

    Virtual Middlebury

    Open to the Public
  • Dry Land

    Dry Land is a visceral portrait of two competitive high school swimmers, Amy and Esther, who are stuck in suburban Florida. Amy is pregnant, and she needs Esther’s help. A story of female beauty and cruelty, Speigel shows us the gritty depths of what young women resort to when they feel they don’t have any other choices.

    Hepburn Zoo

    Closed to the Public
  • YouPower cycling wheel

    YouPower Spin Classes

    Free 45-minute spin classes. Please make sure to arrive 5 minutes before class. Shoes are provided.

    Closed to the Public
  • YouPower cycling wheel

    YouPower Spin Classes

    Free 45-minute spin classes. Please make sure to arrive 5 minutes before class. Shoes are provided.

    Closed to the Public
  • Shabbat Services

    Please join us for in-person Shabbat services at the Jewish Center!

    Jewish Center at the Freeman International Center

    Closed to the Public
  • Dry Land

    Dry Land is a visceral portrait of two competitive high school swimmers, Amy and Esther, who are stuck in suburban Florida. Amy is pregnant, and she needs Esther’s help. A story of female beauty and cruelty, Speigel shows us the gritty depths of what young women resort to when they feel they don’t have any other choices.

    Hepburn Zoo

    Closed to the Public
  • Image of man on poster

    Company

    Stephen Sondheim’s ground-breaking “concept” musical debuted in 1970. The famous score is by turns hilarious and heart-breaking, and after half a century what it says about modern relationships still rings true. The annual co-production of Town Hall Theater and the Middlebury College Dept. of Music is always a much-anticipated event. This year, with the recent death of the man who changed the art form forever, the show takes on a new poignancy. Directed by Douglas Anderson, with musical direction by Carol Christensen. Tickets: www.townhalltheater.org - 802-382-9222

    Town Hall Theatre

    Closed to the Public
  • Zoë Keating, Cello

    Extraordinary Vermont-based cellist and composer Zoë Keating continues our cello celebration with a contemporary lens. A one-woman orchestra, she uses a cello and a foot-controlled laptop to record layer upon layer of cello, creating intricate, haunting, and compelling music. Keating has a devoted global audience and her self-released albums have reached #1 several times on the iTunes classical chart. She has composed music for ballet, theater, film, and radio and lends her music regularly to film, tv, dance productions, and commercials.

    MAC Virtual Stage

    Streaming tickets $15/$5; 48 hour playback available
    Open to the Public

Saturday, January 29, 2022