by Lanford Wilson
directed by Patrick Clow
Produced July 26 - August 6, 2023
at Isham Family Farm
Wednesdays-Saturdays at 6:30pm
Saturday & Sunday Matinees at 2pm
Purchase tickets by phone
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Purchase tickets in person prior to the performance date
Please come to our administrative office during regular business hours (M-F, 11am-3pm). Our office is located at 241 N. Winooski Ave Burlington, VT 05401. We're just inside the building on the left. We've eliminated all processing fees so it costs the same to simply buy tickets online.
Purchase walk-up tickets the day of the show
Please go directly to Isham Family farm located at 3515 Oak Hill Rd, Williston, VT 05495. The on site box office opens an hour prior to showtime.
Flexipass subscribers that want to book their seats
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what date you would like to attend. Or you can call our admin office during regular business hours (M-F, 11a-3p) at 802-862-1497 to reserve them over the phone. There is no additional cost to book your seats.
This Pulitzer Prize-winning drama is a moving exploration of a Jewish immigrant and Protestant countrywoman searching for meaning and intimacy in 1944 Missouri, at the tail end of WWII.
Leila Teitelman as Sally
Connor Kendall as Matt
Scenic Design and Technical Direction: Chuck Padula
Costume Design: Jess Nguyen
Sound Design: Abra Clawson
Props Master: Sue Wade
Stage Manager: John Hughes
Assistant Stage Manager & Wardrobe: Fiona Small
This is the first classic play Vermont Stage has brought to life in over a decade and will launch our new "Seminal Series," which will feature classic plays that still resonate with contemporary audiences.
Talley's Folly is is appropriate for ages 12 & up. Running Time: 90 minutes with no intermission.
Vermont Stage's production of Talley's Folly 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.