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Programs
& Events

Summer Revels

Summer Revels - Sunday 9th June

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Summer Revels is back! We will be hosting a day of fun activities, workshops and performances suitable for the whole family on Sunday 9th June at the beautiful Fairlee Town Hall and Green in Vermont.

There will be a special Mummer's Play workshop, crafting, Morris Dance performances, a Community Dance, Pub Sing, Picnic, Community Potluck and more. Be sure to keep an eye out here for more announcements and information coming soon!

Festivities will kick off at 10am with morning workshops, followed by lunch time picnic and performances on the green, then continuing into the stunning dance hall for a community folk dance, potluck dinner and a pub sing to close out the day

Provisional Schedule for Summer Revels

10am - Mummers Play Workshop

1pm - Picnic with Morris Dancing & special performances

3pm - Community Barn Dance with Open Band

4:45pm - Community Potluck (bring something to share)

6pm - Pub Sing

REVELS KIDS

Revels Kids - Returning in September 2024

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We are very excited that Revels Kids will be returning once again in September 2024, bigger and better than ever before.

 

Our Artistic Director Alex Cumming along with an expert team of dance, song and acting tutors will help prepare the group for their very own Revels Kids shows in December 2024.

Revels Kids will rehearse on Tuesdays, 4pm-5:45pm, from September through December. Dates tbc.

The opportunity to celebrate the younger generations with their own special show this year is incredibly exciting, so keep you eyes peeled for more information about how to sign up coming soon!

THE TEAM:

Alex Cumming - Music

Sharon Groblicki - Drama

Alice Kaufman - Dance

& Kim Rheinlander

The Midwinter Revels History

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The Midwinter Revels, a beloved Upper Valley tradition for the whole family since 1975, is presented annually by Revels North. We celebrate the holiday season and the turning of the year with singing, dancing, and traditions that span the centuries and the globe. Recent performances have featured the stories, music and traditions of the Northlands, Québec, Ireland, Appalachia, England, and Venice. After over forty years of performances at the Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth College, Revels North brought The Revels to historic Lebanon Opera House in 2019.

The Midwinter Revels would not be possible without the participation of dozens of children, teens, and adults who take on acting roles, join the chorus, and volunteer with costuming, makeup and hair styling. In typical years, auditions for The Midwinter Revels take place in early September, with rehearsals beginning later in September.

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