Letters: Your thanks

Editor of the Reformer:

The Vermont Theatre Company would like to thank the greater Brattleboro community for their support of our first production of the 2016- 2017 season, Dario Fo's "They Don't Pay? We Won't Pay!"

The Hooker Dunham Theater on Main Street provided the perfect space for this zany but politically apropos farce, which told the tale of two working-class Italian couples caught up in a shoplifting-fueled backlash against high prices.

Special thanks goes to the cast and crew of "They Don't Pay? We Won't Pay!" who gave up their free time to learn their lines and blocking and to bring this play and its characters to life for audiences of all ages.

The ensemble cast, directed by Michelle Page, which included Michael Sola, Bridget McBride, Nell Curley, Ian Epstein, and Bill Wieliczka, deserves commendation.

Also, thanks to stage manager, Brenda Seitz, who worked hard behind the scenes to keep the show running smoothly.

We would also like the thank the Brattleboro media community for their support of this amazing production.

Thanks to the Brattleboro Reformer, Brattleboro Commons and WKVT 92.7 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 would like to thank the audience members who came out to support this inspiring work, as well as those whose word-of-mouth endorsements led others to do the same.

Local theater is nothing more than eccentric people talking to themselves without an audience of friends and neighbors hear our story.

We appreciate your patronage and look forward to seeing you at future productions, including the currently in-performance "A Christmas Carol" at the Evening Star Grange in Dummerston, "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" this Spring, and our annual Shakespeare in the Park production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" this summer.

Cameron Cobane

and Michelle Page

Producers, Vermont

Theatre Company, Dec. 9


Editor of the Reformer:

Mondo Mediaworks is fantastic. Brattleboro Area Skatepark Is Coming (BASIC) would like to extend sincere gratitude and thanks for Mondo Mediaworks' incredible kindness and first-rate professional level work in creating our new Brattleboro Skatepark promotional video.

Mondo Mediaworks did an absolutely wonderful job, and have been an enormous supporter and friend to BASIC and the Brattleboro Skatepark effort.

We cannot thank you enough!

Please check out the video for the Skatepark here: https://www.youcaring.com/brattleboroareaskatepark-688731

Remember: The greatest Nation is Do-Nation, so please send wildly large checks and ridiculously massive donations to the Brattleboro Skatepark effort (www.brattleboroskatepark.com) so we can begin building this much needed and long overdue Skateboarding facility in 2017!

Spencer Crispe,

Brattleboro Area Skatepark

Is Coming (BASIC), Dec. 8


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