In the hotel dining room, the breakfast buffet offers selections such as scrambled eggs, meat (sausage or bacon), and pancakes or waffles accompanied by Vermont maple syrup, plus coffee/tea/ decaf and water.
Erin Kukla – Play Production— The week begins in the Briggs Opera House – a 240-seat theater built and used for acclaimed professional theater since 1988. Erin will lead the company through physical and vocal warmups and we brainstorm what the play will be. Thru the use of structured improvisation, we create characters and some of the dialogue. We also assess who is interested in what roles--acting, creating the set and choosing costumes, stage managing.
Luncheon buffet in the hotel dining room.
This afternoon we'll walk to a newly built center for the arts where we'll be introduced to key staff members. We'll delve into and explore production elements: sets, lights, costumes, and props, including a backstage tour of production facilities. Returning to the hotel for bathing suits and sandals we will cool off with fun in the adjacent White River one block away
Dinner in hotel dining room.
"The Story of Vermont" mural ends with a celebratory square dance theme. Members of a local square and contra dance band will present a program of music from these genres.