The 2018 Season

Show Overview

2018 is Unveiled!!!

Lost Nation Theater has announced its 2018 Season. 2018 is our 30th Season at Montpelier City Hall - proving that Dreams really can come true!

Individual show tickets will go on-sale January 1, 2018 - But Season Tickets Are On Sale Now

The 2018 Season Line Up
from Tony-Winners to World Premiers:

April:  The Humans, by Stephen Karam.  This 2016 BEST PLAY Tony Winner is part Thriller, part Drama and part Comedy. How? Well, the Blake Clan has come together for Family Thanksgiving Dinner. What Could Possibly Go Wrong?!?! (That's how!)  LNT's production will feature founder Kim Bent and many other LNT fan fav's.

June: Urinetown, The Musical.  Think Monty Python Meets Les Mis! Without this Tony, Obie, & Lucille-Lortel Winning musical satire, there would be no Spamalot or Avenue Q. Officers Lockstock & Barrell lead us thru the story of Urinetown - where after a 20 year drought, water (and water-closets) are under the control of huge private corporations. Side-splittingly Funny and thought-provoking.

July: Twelfth Night.  Shakespeare's Greatest Comedy features music and a wealth of mis-adventures, mistaken identities, unrequited love, shipwrecks and silliness. Directed by Ann Harvey (who started Fall Foliage Shakespeare with us in 1995!)

August - is our Theater FOR Kids BY Kids month - and in 2018, the fully produced musical being mounted by our most advanced students is Seussical!

September - Becoming Dr. Ruth, by Mark St Germain.  The life-affirming, humorous, and heart-wrenchingly inspiring story of the girl who would become America's best know sex therapist, stars LNT's Maura O'Brien (Always Patsy Cline, Sylvia, Lost in Yonkers.

October - Disappearances - Howard Frank Mosher's quintessential Vermont novel comes to life onstage in an adaptation by Kim Allen Bent (Stone, Lyddie).  A young man and his larger-than-life father turn to running whisky in prohibition-era Vermont in order to save teh family farm. They encounter a host of wild characters and live out magical escapades as they carve their way into legend.

more kids shows, and special events to announce. Stay Tuned!
2018 Education Programs announced too!

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All shows subject to change due to rights availability

Curtain Times and Ticket Prices will remain the same!

 

Media Info

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