Professional Live Theatre in an Intimate New Performance Space.

802.447.0564
331 Main Street Bennington, Vermont

Coming Soon!

Saturday March 7  • 2 & 7pm

Christa Jan Ryan presents

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GOOD GOD! WHY?

An Inspirational

Musical/Play

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Saturday March 14 • 3pm

AAUW presents a film screening:

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The Loving Story

A Moving Tale of Love and Civil Rights

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Sunday March 22 • 2pm

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“Turn the World Around”

Folksongs of Love from Many Lands

Founded by legendary choral director and arranger Robert De Cormier in 2000, and based in Montpelier, Counterpoint is praised for “clarity, skill and sophisticated musical expressiveness.” The ensemble presents concerts throughout New England and the surrounding region.

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Saturday March 28 • 7:30pm

BeetoBash

 presented by L’Ensemble

With Artistic Director and Soprano Ida Faiella; Pianist Charles Abramovic, Violinist Dale Stuckenbruck and Cellist Jesse Levy.

Program includes two trios for piano, violin and cello, and works for solo piano. A special feature of this concert will be the performance of Irish and Scottish Folk Songs arranged by Beethoven for Voice, Violin, Cello and Piano. Settings include poems of Robert Burns, Walter Scott, Thomas Campbell and others. For more information visit the L’Ensemble website at www.lensemble.org.

For tickets, click here.

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Sunday March 29 • 2 & 7pm

Bre&PupTitl

 The Internationally Acclaimed Troupe comes to Downtown Bennington
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Saturday April 11 • 7:30pm

Son&Per

 

2015 Flex Passes Now Available! 

For more information, call The Box Office at (802)-447-0564

What Else is Happening?

2015 FlexPasses Now Available! 

1 – 5 punches for $140. Good for ANY performance.

OR

2 – 5 punches for $130. Good for matinees ONLY. However, if you want to come to an evening performance, you can upgrade at the door for a nominal fee.

For more information, call The Box Office at (802)-447-0564

 

Classes:

Beginning March 23!

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Those interested in an Adult Acting Class, whether young or old, experienced or newly interested, can join Oldcastle Theatre Company’s Acting 101 taught by veteran actress, improvisational artist, director and teacher, Christine Decker.

“These classes will show how to create characters, develop tricks for memorization and use improvisation to expand the imagination in a safe and fun environment. I’m eager to work with people of all levels of theatre experience as we can all learn and teach through our own life experience. Come and play, we’ll have a great time.” - Christine Decker

ACTING 101:

Begins March 23

8 Sessions • Mondays • 7 – 9pm

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ACTING 102 (Advanced Students):

Begins March 24

8 Sessions • Tuesdays • 7 – 9pm

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Kids’ School Vacation!

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Oldcastle’s Vacation Theatre Camp is an ideal way for parents to treat their kids to a fun and unique experience during April school break. Campers will study acting and improvisation, play theatre games, and create and perform an original Folk Tale which will be presented to friends and family on Saturday, April 18. Director of the camp, Christine Decker, is a professional actor, improviser, and director and also teaches Oldcastle’s adult acting classes. She says, “This is a great opportunity to learn new games, make new friends, and bring ‘once upon a time’ to ‘happily ever after’.”

Ages 8 to 12

April 13 – 18 • 9:30 to Noon

Tuition: $140 per camper 50% Sibling Discount!!

Class size is limited • Register today!

Call 802.447.0564

 

Actors Express

Every year Oldcastle’s Actors Express tours elementary schools in Vermont, New York, and Massachusetts with an original play for children. The Bank of Bennington has been helpful in making it possible for us to keep the cost to schools very low.

 

2014 Shows

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Doubt3Doubt

4000M4000 Miles

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CAT6Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

 

The Best is Yet To Come!

 

 2015 Season starts May 1

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March 7, 2015

Christa Jan Ryan Presents: Good God! Why?

March 7, 2015 2:00 pm

2:00 pm

Christa Jan Ryan Presents: Good God! Why?

March 7, 2015 7:00 pm

7:00 pm

March 14, 2015

AAUW Presents: The Loving Story

March 14, 2015 3:00 pm

3:00 pm

March 22, 2015

Counterpoint Vocal Ensemble

March 22, 2015 2:00 pm

2:00 pm

Full Schedule

5-Punch Flex Pass:

By far our most popular ticket, this 5-punch card grants you 5 admissions. You can use one punch per show for yourself for five performances. Or, bring your friends and use one punch for you and one for each friend. Flex passes are valid all season long. Save 15-20% versus box office prices. Adult 5-Punch Flex Pass: $140.

Group Tickets:

Corporate events, bus tours and other groups of twelve or more are $25. a piece. Contact the box office to purchase blocks of tickets.

Individual Tickets:

Individual tickets can be purchased in advance by calling the box office or at the door for $37. a piece. If purchasing tickets the same day of the performance it is recommended that you arrive at least ½ hour before curtain time.

Youth:

Youth tickets are always $10. Expose your kids to the wonders of live Theatre.

Buy-One Get-One:

The BOGO performance is the first Thursday performance at 7:30PM, unless otherwise specified. Call the theatre for more information!

Special Needs..

Specific seating areas are available for patrons in wheelchairs. If you have these or other special needs, please let us know when you call to reserve your seats.

Cancellation Policy:

Oldcastle Theatre Company is pleased to extend a liberal cancellation exchange policy. If you are unable to attend a performance for which you have made reservations please give us 24 hours notice.

Photography/Recordings/Cell Phones:

The use of camera and audio or video recorders in the theatre is strictly forbidden. In addition, as a courtesy to the cast and your fellow audience members, please turn off all cell phones and other electronic devices.

Smoking:

Our theatre is a non-smoking facility.

Latecomers:

Performances begin promptly. Latecomers will be seated at the discretion of the House Manager.

Lost & Found:

Articles found at the theatre can be kept at the Box Office. Please call (802) 447-0564 to inquire about any articles you may have left behind.

Gail M. Burns: This is a most satisfying play theatrically and emotionally. This is a play about healing, which can be an agonizingly slow and uneventful process in real life, but which Herzog crafts into a suspenseful narrative with characters we really come to care about. Peterson has assembled a top-notch cast…There is no better theatre for the money available now in the region. Fans of Herzog…

 

Larry: …and first class theatre…

 

Gail: …should not miss this opportunity!

 

 

Read Full Review Here

Gail Burns and Larry Murray – Berkshire On Stage And Screen