written by James Hindman
directed by Cristina Alicea
Playing July 28 - August 8, 2021
Wednesdays-Saturdays at 6:30pm
Saturday and Sunday Matinees at 2pm
Tickets are $40 per person.
All proceeds go to support Vermont Stage's future programming.
Call our Box Office at 802-862-1497, M-F, 10am-5pm, to buy your tickets over the phone or click the link below to buy your tickets online.
Popcorn Falls, once a beloved tourist destination, is reeling when a corrupt politician threatens to dismantle the failing town and turn it into a sewage treatment plant. The residents' only hope to save their home - produce a play! One big problem: no theater. Another problem: no play. Waiting for Guffman meets The 39 Steps in this feel-good comedy where two actors play over twenty townsfolk trying to rise to the challenge and prove that art can save the world. Vermont Stage reopens after this moment of great turmoil with a laugh-out-loud night of soul nourishing theatre.
Popcorn Falls is appropriate for ages 12 & up. Running Time: 90 minutes with no intermission.
The Opening Night performance will include a preshow discussion with Ethan Tapper, Chittenden County Forester, to discuss forestry management for wildlife, as a part of the "First: Earth Summer Series at Isham Family Farm."
Patrick Clow as Actor 1
Sarah Mell as Actor 2
Scenic Design & Technical Direction: Chuck Padula
Sound Design: Harry Chaikin
Costume Design: Cora Fauser
Props Master: Sue Wade
Production Stage Manager: Katelyn Paddock
Assistant Stage Manager: Makenzie Wright
Production Assistant: Isaak Olson
Vermont Stage's production of Popcorn Falls is a part of the Isham Family Farm "First: Earth Summer Series." Please visit their website for more information on the entire series of special events.
The Isham Family Farm believes that diverse and inclusive music, theatre, dance and words can act as a powerful force for good in the community while promoting environmental awareness and responsibility. At the intimate setting of the farm, the “First: Earth Summer Series” can bring people together in a unifying and uplifting shared experience and strengthens the idea of a community coming together to celebrate the environment while witnessing live performances of different cultures and genres.