VTC thanks community for support of ‘The Servant of Two Masters’

BRATTLEBORO — Vermont Theatre Company thanks the greater Brattleboro community for its support of our most recent production, The Servant of Two Masters, by Carlo Goldoni, translated and adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher and Paolo Emilio Landi.

It was performed at The Retreat Farm, which was a wonderful venue, and we are extremely grateful to them for providing us with this space, and making us so welcome.

Special thanks go to the cast and crew, who gave so much of their time to bring this play and its characters to life for audiences.

The director was Jessa Rowan; assistant director, Mikaela Marmion; stage manager, Abigail Felstehausen; set design, Jessa Rowan; set builder, Cameron Cobane, costume design, Jessa Rowan and cast; musicians, Avellana Ross and Chris Chouiniere.

Thanks also to photographer Zach Stephens; fight director Rob Aronowitz and his assistant, Brandon Ocasio; and Dic Wheeler for a very enjoyable commedia dell'arte workshop. All worked hard behind the scenes to keep the show running smoothly.

We also thank the Brattleboro media community for their support of this amazing production, for promoting our show and showing your support for local performing arts. Without your publicity, we would not be able to share our work with this fine community.

Lastly, we thank the audience members who came out to support this inspiring work, and those whose word-of-mouth endorsements led others to do the same.

We appreciate your patronage and look forward to seeing you at our future production of William Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale in August at the Hooker-Dunham Theater and Gallery.

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