Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind is a chaotic race against time, presenting 30 plays in 60 minutes, originally created by Greg Allen and the Neo-Futurists. Each two-minute play is performed in random order with an interactive audience. An on-stage 60-minute timer keeps everyone honest. The plays range from raunchy comedies to heartfelt moments of human connection and reflections on the absolute absurdity of life. What better way to end 2019?
Founded in 2015, Inconceivable Theatre Company is made up of a group of 20-somethings from all around Chittenden county who share a love for theater and a goal to make dynamic, engaging, and out-of-the-box work. The founding members became friends in high school and have been independently producing shows ever since. Think of them as a theater garage band. The Inconceivable Theatre is also presenting Sudden Death & Resurrection at Main Street Landing at 4 and 6 pm.
Must be 21+ for entry after 10PM. If you’re under 21 and arrive before 10PM, you may stay, but no re-entry will be possible. Disclaimer: Other than previously mentioned, this event has no age minimum, though we encourage you to first consider the following: Some of the performance will include explicit material that may contain profanity that is very much meant for an audience aged 16 years and older.
–> This Bright Ideas Project event was crowdsourced from Vermonters and generously powered by VSECU.
—> This Yappy Hour event, presented by Tito’s Handmade Vodka, the vodka for dog people, features a custom menu of specialty cocktails that raises funds for the Humane Society of Chittenden County.
—-> With additional support from our friends at Foam Brewers and Flynn Center for the Performing Arts.