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While the explosion of Vermont's red, yellow and orange foliage in the fall, green mountains in the summer, blue lakes in the spring and pristine white powder in the winter are truly something to see at Stowe, nature's backdrop is only one reason to visit this world-class Vermont vacation destination. Whether you're running, strolling, shopping, rowing, climbing, skiing, golfing, or simply sitting, the area that surrounds Stowe Mountain Lodge has a cosmopolitan allure that will beckon you back to Vermont again and again.
Join the many events on the mountain or take advantage of the many fun and cultural vacation activities throughout the local Stowe, Vermont area over the next few months:
Come enjoy the Stowe Summer Arts Festival in August! This 10-day town-wide festival is comprised of more than 100 events representing the performing arts, fine arts, crafts and culinary arts. For more information Click Here.
Events for August 2014
SPPAC Presents: Private Lives
Saturday, May 31, 7:30 p.m.
Comedy by Noel Coward. Produced by Chichester Festival, filmed in London’s West End at the Gielgud Theatre.
Elyot Chase (Toby Stephens) and Amanda Prynne (Anna Chancellor) are glamorous, rich, reckless .-- and divorced. Five years later, their love for one another is unexpectedly rekindled when they take adjoining suites of a French hotel while honeymooning with their new spouses. This chance encounter instantly reignites their passion, and they fling themselves headlong into a whirlwind of love and lust once more, without a thought for partners present or turbulences past. This explosive production proves Noël Coward still has the power to thrill, provoke and delight. Described by the critics as “one of the finest productions of the play I have seen .... startlingly fresh, funny and unexpectedly moving” (The Daily Telegraph), “You don't want the night to end” (The Sunday Times), “Quite possibly the performance of a lifetime for Stephens” (The Independent) , “Amanda Prynne is a role Anna Chancellor was born to play” (The Financial Times). Running time: 117 minutes plus intermission.
Tickets: $12. Members save 10-20%.