As part of its 2022 season, Stowe Theatre Guild will be staging Thornton Wilder's classic play Our Town in July.
Stowe Theatre Guild is currently planning for its 2022 season and seeks directors interesting in bringing their vision to our stage. Both A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder and Bullets Over Broadway, which STG planned to produce in 2020 but had to postpone because of the pandemic, have director vacancies.…
Stowe Theatre Guild is glad to learn of the arrest of the person responsible for setting the March 2019 fire that destroyed many of our costumes, props, and set pieces, in addition to the seven other fires in town for which he is charged. We are grateful to the investigative teams from the Stowe Police…
Stowe Theatre Guild is thrilled to present a remote production of the emotionally powerful, intimate musical, The Last Five Years. The play, a fundraiser for STG, is produced in collaboration with GDB Theatre &Pageant Productions. The play helps address a craving for live theater as well as the financial…
The 2020 season has been postponed until next year. All season tickets for 2020 will be honored in 2021.
Our Season Gala will be held Sunday, Dec. 15 at 3:00 p.m. in the conference room at the Golden Eagle Resort (511 Mountain Road, Stowe).
UPDATE: This performance has been canceled. We leave this blog post up for you to read about "HEDY! The Life & Inventions of Hedy Lamarr" and our efforts to bring it to the Stowe stage.
Actors David Lagala and Mark Houle talk about their own military service and their roles as two Marines in 'A Few Good Men' at Stowe Theatre Guild.
Playwright Aaron Sorkin put only one female role in this play; yet it speaks volumes for the time in which it was written. Producer Judith Mathison, actor Athena Furioni and director Alex Nicosia talk about the gender dynamics of this famed military drama.
Anyone who has seen the movie or the staged musical know that the actress who plays Sophie is traditionally a blonde, caucasian woman. What about the dads? We imagine them to be portrayed by three caucasian, cis-gender men. But the question is, why?