Tickets start at $34.50 for adults and $31.05 for students/AARP members. The Bake Off is a fundraiser to benefit Vermont Stage. All proceeds go to support mainstage programming.
Please note: all attendees will be required to wear a mask at the show.
Purchase tickets by phone
Please call 802-862-1497 during regular business hours (M-F, 10am-5pm). To purchase single tickets by phone after hours please call 866-811-4111. There is a $3.50 per ticket convenience fee to purchase tickets over the phone.
Purchase tickets in person
Please come to our administrative office during regular business hours (M-F, 10am-5pm). Our office is located at 241 N. Winooski Ave Burlington, VT 05401. We're just inside the building on the left. There is no convenience fee to purchase tickets in person.
Purchase walk-up tickets the day of the show
Please go directly to the theatre, located at 60 Lake Street, 3rd floor, Burlington, VT 05401. The onsite Box Office opens an hour prior to showtime.
Take one play, break it in three parts, add three directors and three casts, and --voilà!— you've got the 10th annual directing "bake off," an engaging exploration of the “ingredients" different directors use to create the same play. This year, that play is --
God of Carnage
by Yasmina Reza translated by Christopher Hampton
What begins as a rational discussion between grown-ups about their children’s unruly behavior on the playground, quickly devolves into a laugh-out-loud train wreck of finger-pointing, name-calling, tantrums, and tears. This Tony-winning comedy, hailed by The New Yorker as “ninety minutes of sustained mayhem,” ponders whether some of us ever truly grow up.
Main Street Landing Black Box Theatre 60 Lake Street, 3rd Floor, Burlington, VT 05401
The Lobby and Box Office opens an hour prior to showtime. The performance space doors will open a half hour prior to showtime. All performances are General Admission seating.
"The directors and actors have to fend for themselves in recreating, say, a train and a plane crash. Even a door. In other words, expect almost no tech from the VSC’s tripartite staging, but a ton of creativity. And therein lies even more fun, as much for the directors and actors as for the audience." - Seven Days
"It might be a conceit that entertains audiences with structural sleight-of-hand more than it illuminates them, but the production — and especially the question-and-answer session with the triumvirate of directors following the presentation — does offer a few insights into the mind of a director." - Burlington Free Press
“'The Bake Off' divides a popular play into three parts, each presented by a different director and cast. This year, the play was Christopher Durang’s wacky comedy, “Beyond Therapy,” and the cast changes Tuesday were made mid-scene — seamlessly and hilariously." - The Rutland Herald