Theatre Adventure presents ‘The Costume Shop’
Theatre Adventure performers work on a scene from their upcoming production of “The Costume Shop.”

Theatre Adventure presents ‘The Costume Shop’

BRATTLEBORO — Theatre Adventure, a nonprofit organization that provides year-round expressive arts programming for people with disabilities in a nurturing and accepting environment, will present its original musical, The Costume Shop, in-person and online on Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 9 and 10, at 10:30 a.m.; and Friday, Nov. 11, at 7 p.m. at the West Village Meeting House, 29 South Street.

According to organizers, The Costume Shop “takes place in a small sleepy village called Navin. The arrival of a costumer and her assistant creates quite a stir when they open a shop. With a bit of magic and charm, the costumier offers change and surprises to the villagers. Yet not everyone welcomes these changes, hence conflict brews within the town, causing messy and tumultuous disruption.”

The Theatre Adventure Thursday Troupe breathes life into an age-old storyline about change that threatens the status quo, organizers say. Might a new spirit of authenticity and honesty develop among the villagers in Navin?

“Theatre Adventure actors know no limits as storytellers,” organizers said. “They skillfully cast spells of engagement with ingenuity and a good dose of pluck.”

All Theatre Adventure productions are ASL interpreted, sensory friendly, and appropriate for all ages. All classes, rehearsals, and performances take place at the wheelchair accessible West Village Meeting House. Masks and vaccination cards are required. In-person seating is limited to 50.

Tickets will not be sold at the door and must be purchased in advance at Online tickets will provide you with links to view any of three shows live or later at your own convenience. They offer group tickets at a discounted rate. For more information, contact the directors at [email protected].

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