253 South Main Street
Rutland, VT 05701
Phone: (802) 773-3361
Fax: (802) 773-4892
Once thought of as one of the finest playhouses in New England, the Paramount is still as exciting and dynamic as ever. You can enjoy all types of live entertainment performances at this theater.
"The only resident professional classical music organization in central Vermont," the Killington Music Festival features about 100 students from such prestigious schools as the Juilliard School of Music, Boston Conservatory, the New England Conservatory, Manhattan School of Music, Peabody Conservatory, Eastman School of Music and the University of Arizona to play chamber music and to teach string students.
Vermont's oldest continuing arts tradition held in a beautiful outdoor park, the Art in the Park Summer Festival features kids activities and live music.
Part of the Castleton Fine Arts Center at Castleton State College, Casella Theater plays host to a vast array of cultural events throughout the year. Named after John and Susan Casella, the couple whose generosity made this facility a reality, the theater puts up performances in collaboration with Soundings, which is an academic course offered at the college. Admission prices vary with each performance; check the website for more details.
A magnificent U.S. National Armory situated on the Whitehall region in the Washington County is the Whitehall Armory. It encompasses a total land area of 2.7 acres (1.1 hectares). The spectacularly constructed armory dates back to the year 1899. It brilliantly traces the Late Victorian and the Castellated style of architecture. The castle is built mostly bu utilizing brick and stone elements. The double storied administration building along with the five story octagonal tower make up for a fascinating structure.
Pentangle is housed in Woodstock's historic Town Hall Theatre on the village green. Pentangle features live music, drama, and dance performances as well as movies and educational programs.
Middlebury College Snow Bowl is located at Hancock, Vermont. It is a Ski Area in the green mountains owned and operated by Middlebury College since its first trails were cut in 1934 C.E. It has more than 110 acres of area and is serviced by 17 trails and 3 lifts. This is the third-oldest ski area in Vermont it became the first carbon-neutral ski area in the United States.
Dorset Theatre Festival produces four professional shows each season at the Dorset Playhouse, which has been in continuous use since its construction in 1929.