Northern Stage

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Northern Stage
Formation1997
TypeNon-profit theater
Location
  • Barrette Center for the Arts
    74 Gates Street
    White River Junction, VT 05001
Artistic Director
Carol Dunne
Websitehttps://northernstage.org/

Northern Stage is a regional non-profit LORT(League of Resident Theatres)-D professional theater company located in White River Junction, VT with a mission to change lives, one story at a time. Northern Stage actively engages their audiences with world-class productions and extensive educational and outreach programs and serve more than 50,000 community members each year.

Founded in 1997 by Brooke Ciardelli, Northern Stage has since become the preeminent year-round theater company in the region, offering professional productions of world premieres, classics, and musicals. In 2013, the Board of Directors engaged a new leadership team to galvanize Northern Stage for its next stage of evolution. Led by Producing Artistic Director Carol Dunne and Managing Director Eric Bunge, this new team illuminated Northern Stage’s impact on its community with a firm commitment to intimate engagement. In 2018, Irene Green became the Managing Director, and Eric Bunge stepped into the new position of Special Projects Manager to help support the company in its new phase of growth and development.

With a commitment to the development of new work for the American theater, Northern Stage launched New Works Now in 2014. The program has been extraordinarily successful with world premieres continuing to our main stage, Off-Broadway, and beyond.[1]

A robust educational program focuses on professional training in a nurturing and supportive environment for students of all ages. Offerings include student acting ensembles, a summer musical theater intensive, and an expansive theater-in-the-schools residency program.[2]

Northern Stage is part of the BOLD Theater Women’s Leadership Circle, with Carol Dunne being the founder of the cohort.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History of New Works Now". Northern Stage. Retrieved 22 February 2019.
  2. ^ "Education & Artistic Outreach". Northern Stage. Retrieved 22 February 2019.
  3. ^ "BOLD Theater Women's Leadership Circle". Northern Stage. Retrieved 25 February 2019.