everything you need to know about our Summer venues
A cultural gem, just up the road from Willey's store in Greensboro, Highland Center for the Arts boasts a state-of-the art 260 seat Main Stage, a flexible Performance Studio space, a reflective Gallery, sun-drenched patio and grounds, and a cafe with an evolving menu.
Select your seats when purchasing tickets.
Address: 2875 Hardwick St. Greensboro
Parking: Lot available for patrons adjacent to the theatre.
Overlooking Burlington and Lake Champlain, the Alumni Auditorium is centrally located on the college campus.
General seating, house opens 30 minutes before curtain time.
Address: 375 Maple St. Burlington
Parking: Patrons have access to the MIC Lot (located behind Schillhammer Hall) and Summit Lot (located behind Summit Hall), both accessible from Summit Street. Permits are not required for these lots during our performance times. Street parking also available.
Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, Vermont is one of North America’s finest, most diverse and unconventional museums of art, design and Americana.
Open lawn, bring your own seating. Lawn opens at 5PM. Show starts at 6PM.
Address: 6000 Shelburne Rd. Shelburne
Parking: Available in the main museum lot.
Food & Drink
Highland Center for the Arts
The Hardwick Cafe is open before all performances.
Open lawn seating, feel free to enjoy your picnic before or during the show.
There is no food for sale during our performances.