Ben Winship and Eli West play Brother duets, both original and traditional. They have a sonic span that reflects and defies their geography. While both are rooted in the West, Ben in the Tetons and Eli in the PNW, they each have been moved by the traditions of SW Virginia, the Carter family fold, and broader fiddle tune traditions with pockets all over. They deliver their songs with conviction, both writing and singing in a way that just stops short of a final sanding or polish.

MAGIC ROCKS! UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL - From "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" and "America's Got Talent" to Radio City Music Hall, Leon Etienne has dazzled audiences around the world and been hailed by critics as "America's Rock Illusionist." On November 17th, he will perform two intimate, family friendly, magic shows.

 

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15 Summer Theater Festivals, From Stratford to Williamstown

By Steven McElroy

4 Freedoms Festival

MANCHESTER AND ARLINGTON, VT., JULY 7-22 The new musical “Perfect Picture,” inspired by the life of Norman Rockwell and the creation of his “Four Freedoms” paintings, is the centerpiece of this new festival presented by the Mill...

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THE MILL

A Revolutionary Space

 

The Gristmill of East Arlington, Vermont was built in 1764 by Remember Baker, who was first cousins with Ethan Allen & Seth Warner. The three cousins formed “The Green Mountain Boys.” They were the leaders of the Revolutionary War in Vermont, and THE MILL served as a meeting place for them.
 

THE MILL is now a meeting place for both young and established creatives to collaborate and develop Revolutionary ideas in the Arts and Humanities!

 

MISSIOn

Fostering collaborations with the purpose of developing revolutionary ideas in the arts and humanities. 

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HISTORY

Revolutionary ideas happened here. Artists who embodied our country's vision for hope and freedom connected here.

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