Northern Stage

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Northern Stage is a non-profit, regional professional theater company located in White River Junction, Vermont. The company began in 1992 in northern New England. In early 1997, the Briggs Opera House became the permanent home for the company, although Northern Stage recently embarked on a campaign to build a new theater in White River Junction, which will be completed in August 2015.

Northern Stage is a professional regional theater company that operates under a LORT-D contract with Actors’ Equity Association and also maintains contractual relationships with the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society and United Scenic Artists, Local USA-829 of IATSE. The company produces a six-show main stage season each year from October through May. Northern Stage also offers educational vacation and summer camps for children ages 6–14 as well as numerous outreach programs that seek to involve the greater community.[1]

Northern Stage has won awards four times from the New England Theatre Conference for its productions of To Kill a Mockingbird (1999), All My Sons (2004), Les Misérables (2008) and Hamlet (2009). In 2003, the company hosted Pulitzer Prize-winning author Arthur Miller for a reading of his then-unpublished script, Resurrection Blues, as well as holding a staged reading of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf with international stars Patrick Stewart and Lisa Harrow.[citation needed]

Northern Stage is a constituent member theatre of the Theatre Communications Group.

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