The White River Valley Players present
The Peavine Local
A 3-episode series of audio shows
- Episode 2 launches Sunday, April 25, 2021, at 4 pm
Link to listen: https://vimeo.com/wrvp
All aboard for the second journey of the Peavine Local, an auditory “train ride” of entertainment coming to you this Sunday, April 25, any time after 4 pm ET through the Vimeo link above.
On the ride, hosted by “conductor” Don Crickard, you’ll hear about the history of the Peavine Railroad, listen to train-themed music by local performers Rob Gardner and Susie Smolen, find out about dangerous animals, overhear two local dogs secretly discuss national politics, enjoy local poet Danny Dover reading his original poem, get advice from “Miss Timmons,” and hear a waltz you might have heard at an old-time dance hall, way back when. You might even hear a joke from some of the younger traveler. The episode also features a story of travel and adventure excerpted from West with the Night by Beryl Markham.
Additional performers include Janine Reeves, Todd Eberhardt, Marlys Eddy, Jen Edmonds, MaryBeth Deller, Erica B. Robinson, and Martha Slater. The episode is produced by Jeremy Seeger, directed by Erica B. Robinson, and recorded and mixed by Jake Wildwood, with musical underscoring by Jake Wildwood and Todd Eberhardt.
Episode 3 will be available beginning on Sunday, May 2, 2021, at 4 pm ET. All episodes will continue to be available after their initial launch dates. The links to listen in will be posted on WhiteRiverValleyPlayers.org. Each episode is about 40 minutes in length.
WRVP's annual production of "The Night Before the Night Before Christmas" premieres this Wednesday, December 23, beginning at 7 pm.
This year's theme is We're Getting Through this Together - Lifting up our community and its resilience through spoken word, music, photography and video.
While the show is first available at 7:00 pm on December 23rd, the video will remain available through January.
Click below for "The Night Before the Night Before Christmas"
NOTE: You may also listen to the three previous stories in the series, "Wild Strawberries", "The Intelligent Lightbulbs" and "The King Who Wanted More". The stories will continue to be available after their premiere dates at the link above OR you can search "White River Valley Players" on Vimeo.
WRVP's "The King Who Wanted More" premieres this Sunday, December 6, beginning at 5 pm. (Can you start the show later than 5 o'clock? Yes--see the info in the note below.)
The White River Valley Players' Central Vermont Audio Theater will present the third and final tale in its fall production of family-friendly stories. "The King Who Wanted More", adapted from a story by Jeff Brumbeau, will premiere on Vimeo this Sunday, December 6, beginning at 5 pm. It tells of a king who loves beautiful things, and whose need for more and more possessions knows no bounds. When the king hears of a quiltmaker living up in the blue, misty mountains who makes the most beautiful quilts anyone has ever seen, he immediately rushes to see her. What does the quiltmaker say when the king asks for one of her magical quilts? Tune in and hear for yourself what happens!
The cast of "The King Who Wanted More" features Ethan Bowen, Narrator; Donovan Piccicuto, King; Amy Braun, Quiltmaker; MaryBeth Deller and Nick Piccicuto, Voices #1 and #2. Accompanying piano music was created and is played by Dorothy Robson, and recording engineering and editing is by Jake Wildwood. The story is a bit more than 20 minutes long and is suitable for all ages, so round up the family for this unique audio presentation.
Click below for "The King Who Wanted More"
NOTE: You may also listen to the two previous stories in the series, "Wild Strawberries" and "The Intelligent Lightbulbs." Along with "The King Who Wanted More", the stories will continue to be available after their premiere dates. The link is on our website: whiterivervalleyplayers.org OR you can search "White River Valley Players" on Vimeo
WATCH FOR INFORMATION ON OUR COMING ATTRACTION: A Video production of
THE NIGHT BEFORE THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS, 7 pm on December 23, also on Vimeo
Central Vermont Audio Theater presents
Looking for a new free entertainment opportunity?
The White River Valley Players will present the first story in their Central Vermont Audio Theater fall production on Sunday, November 22 in a free streaming from 5 - 9 p.m. via Vimeo. The short story, Wild Strawberries, was written and is read by Erica B. Robinson, and is enhanced by music created and played by Jake Wildwood. Wild Strawberries is a family-friendly story about a child's memories of life with her magical grandparents. This is the first of three stories in the audio production, each story between 10 and 20 minutes long.
Wild Strawberries will be followed by The Intelligent Lightbulbs on Sunday, November 29 and The King Who Wanted More on December 6, both streaming on Vimeo from 5 - 9 pm.
Because of Covid-19 the Players have not held any "live" performances this year, and are excited to be creating another Players' original concept in programming. They've had the expertise of Jake Wildwood as recording engineer and editor, and have been given the use of Spice Studio as a recording studio, courtesy of Ethan Bowen. The Players encourage listeners of all ages to tune in to these stories beginning on Sunday, November 22 via Vimeo, with a free streaming from 5 - 9 pm--sure to be an antidote to the current news cycle and evenings that get dark way too early.
Click link below for "Wild Strawberries"
We are a community theater group, run by volunteers.
Over the years we’ve done a huge range of shows, everything from Broadway musicals to Brecht. We’ve done full-length plays and evenings of original one-acts and produced events that focus on community building and performance such as our annual Harvest Fair (a fall fair on our town green, with a full day of live entertainment, arts and crafts, food, a flower show, children’s activities, and a lot more) which has been a tradition on the first weekend after Labor Day since 1987.
One of our goals is to share our love of theater
We invite you to see one of our shows, attend one of our events, or join us on-stage or off to experience the magic of community theater.
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