In the Jackson Gallery


Photographs of Vermont Landscapes and Patterns in Nature

The Middlebury artist captures images whose common themes are pattern, rhythm, and the interaction of color and light in nature. His sources are landscapes—large and small—that include trees, plants, bodies of water, and geological formations.

On display through May 4.

Calendar of Events

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

A Musical Comedy Presented by the Middlebury Community Players

Learn More

Thursday-Saturday, April 25-27 and May 2-4, at 8 pm
Sunday Matinees, April 28 and May 5, at 2 pm

$15 for Thursdays, April 25 and May 2 plus fees
$23 adults/$18 students with ID for all other shows, plus fees
ASL Interpretation on April 28

Winner of two 2005 Tony Awards, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee puts audiences front and center at one of the quirkiest competitive events of the school year! Six awkward middle-school spellers try to keep their cool and win the bee while three well-intentioned adults run the show. Learn More . . .


5th Annual Middlebury Community Music Center Benefit Concert

Presented by Middlebury Community Music Center

Buy Tickets
Learn More

Saturday, May 4
1pm with reception to follow
$10 General Admission/ $20 Generous Admission plus fees

Middlebury Community Music Center celebrates its 5th Annual Benefit Concert at the Town Hall Theater Saturday, May 4th. Students and faculty will perform a variety of styles sharing lots of great music after a terrific year of learning. Learn More . . .



Maria by Callas

Presented by Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival and Opera Company of Middlebury

Buy Tickets
Learn More

Mon. May 6
7:00 pm
$25 plus fees

 Special Benefit Screening for Opera Company of Middlebury and Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival

Conceived as a highly personal look at the life of Maria Callas, first time director Tom Volf has constructed a thoroughly engrossing film that reveals much about this globally revered opera diva. Learn More . . . 

Eames: The Architect and the Painter

Great Art Wednesdays


May 8, 2019
11:00 am and 7:00 pm
$13 / $8 (includes a $1 preservation fee)

The husband-and-wife team of Charles and Ray Eames are widely regarded as America’s most important designers. Perhaps best remembered for their mid-century plywood and fiberglass furniture, the Eames Office also created a mind-bending variety of other products. But their personal lives and influence on significant events in American life–from the development of modernism, to the rise of the computer age–has been less widely understood. Learn More . . .

A Toast to the Arts

A very special fundraising event and celebration

Learn More

May 9, 2019
5:30pm – 7:30pm
Event Tickets $25

At this amazing new event, you’ll be able to meet some of the very best visual artists from our area and have an exclusive opportunity to purchase their works for the benefit of Town Hall Theater.

The gala will highlight 28 top artists and their carefully selected paintings, pastels, ceramics, wood and glass sculptures, tapestries, wearable art, basketry and photography in all price ranges. Learn More . . . 

Wildlife (MNFF Winter/ Spring Screening Series)

Wildlife, Presented by the MNFF Winter / Spring Screening Series


May 10, 2019
7:00 pm
$13 plus fees

In 1960s small town Montana, a 14 year old boy witnesses his parents’ marriage falling apart after his golf pro father loses his job and leaves to fight fires in the Canadian wilderness. Based on the 1990 Richard Ford novel of the same name, the film crafts a beautiful narrative about sense of purpose and family struggle. Learn More . . .

Met Live in HD: Dialogue Des Carmélites

Met Live in HD: Dialogue Des Carmélites


May 12, 2019
1:00 pm
$24 plus fees
$10 students
plus fees

Yannick Nézet-Séguin leads the classic John Dexter production of Poulenc’s devastating story of faith and martyrdom. Mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard sings the touching role of Blanche and soprano Karita Mattila, a legend in her own time, returns to the Met as the Prioress. Pre-performance talk at 12:15 pm will be given by Scott Morrison in the Studio downstairs.

Meet the Singers Recital and Reception

Presented by Opera Company of Middlebury



Sunday, May 19, 5:00 pm
Champlain Valley Unitarian Universalist Society
2 Duane Court (off Water Street, just south of Cross Street)

Tickets $35 (plus fees)
includes performance and appetizers. Cash Bar.

Join us for a spirited afternoon of music and fun, as members of our remarkable Cendrillon cast share their favorite arias and musical theater selections (many in English), with pianist Mary Jane Austin. Afterward, get to know the performers over drinks and hors d’oeuvres in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.


Presented by Opera Company of Middlebury



Opening Night May 31 – 7:30 pm with prosecco reception to follow
June 6 & June 8 – 7:30 pm
Sunday, June 2 – 2:00 pm matinee

Rows B & C: $55, Rows D – M: $65, Balcony: $80

Now in its 16th season of presenting full-scale productions in the intimate setting of Town Hall Theater, OCM presents Massenet’s Cendrillon (Cinderella) with a cast of professional singers directed by Douglas Anderson. The orchestra will be conducted by our Principal Guest Conductor Michael Sakir. Sung in French with English supertitles. 

Pre-performance talks one hour prior to curtain at the Memorial Baptist Church.

Young Artists Recital- Opera Company of Middlebury

Presented by Opera Company of Middlebury



Tuesday, June 4,
Reception 7:00 pm, Concert 7:30 pm

at Stonecutter Spirits, 1197 Exchange St. in  Middlebury

Tickets $15 (plus fees)
includes concert and appetizers. Cash Bar.

Join us for a special evening of food, drink and arias with talented young singers from around the country, under the direction of Dawn Pierce of Ithaca College.

Van Gogh & Japan

Great Art Wednesdays


June 12, 2019
11:00 am and 7:00 pm
$13/ $8 (includes a $1 preservation fee)

“I envy the Japanese,”  Vincent van Gogh wrote to his brother Theo. In the exhibition on which this film is based–Van Gogh & Japan at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam–one can see why. Though Van Gogh never visited Japan, it is the country that had the greatest influence on him and his art. Learn More . . .

Tony Trischka

Learn More

Friday, June 21, 2019
7:30 pm
$20-$25 + fees
Tickets on sale April 12 at noon.

An evening with the consummate banjo artist and perhaps the most influential banjo player in the roots music world. For more than 45 years, his stylings have inspired a whole generation of bluegrass musicians. Learn More… 

Klimt & Schiele: Eros and Psyche

Great Art Wednesday


Wednesday, July 10
$13/ $8 students + tax (includes fees)

Klimt & Schiele: Eros and Psyche, recounts the start of the Vienna Secession, a magical art movement formed in the late 1890’s for art, literature and music, in which new ideas are circulated, Freud discovers the drives of the psyche, and women begin to claim their independence. It was a movement that marked a new era outside the confines of academic tradition.

Learn More
Learn More  (more…)