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- Hasan Minhaj
Return of the King
Hasan Minhaj, the award-winning creator of the standup special Homecoming King and the political comedy show "Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj," stops by the Flynn in Burlington to present his new one-man show, The King's Jester. The fresh material combines Minhaj's storytelling skills with political satire.
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Inspired by StoryWalks at libraries across the state, the Stark Mountain Foundation holds its fourth annual StorySki at Mad River Glen in Waitsfield. Little readers ages 3 through 10 (and their caregivers) who hold lift tickets experience After the Snowfall by Richard Lo page by page as they slide through the woods.
A Repair to Remember
Through Monday 28
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- Pievy Polyte
The bold, colorful paintings of Haitian artist Pievy Polyte are on display at ArtsRiot in Burlington through the end of the month. In 2005, Polyte founded a school in Haiti, which was devastated by hurricanes in 2016 and 2020. Proceeds from every painting sold go directly toward repairing the school.
Should I Go
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Gessica Généus' Creole-language debut film Freda screens at Loew Auditorium at Dartmouth College's Hopkins Center for the Arts in Hanover, N.H. The story follows a young Haitian woman who must choose between emigrating with her boyfriend and staying in the only home she's ever known. A conversation with Généus follows.
Friday 25 & Sunday 27
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- Heroes of the Fourth Turning
Middlebury Acting Company kick-starts its off-Broadway reading series with Heroes of the Fourth Turning, Will Arbery's 2020 Pulitzer Prize-nominated death rattle of a play. As a party winds down, four young conservative Catholics lose their grip on the moral high ground and their own identities. Performances at ArtsRiot in Burlington and Town Hall Theater in Middlebury.
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- Marcia Douglas
Returning to in-person events after many virtual ones, the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson hosts a featured reading by Jamaican poet and novelist Marcia Douglas. The author of The Marvellous Equations of the Dread, Madam Fate and Notes From a Writer's Book of Cures and Spells, Douglas writes magical realism-inflected tales about shape-shifters, fallen angels and Bob Marley's ghost.
Better Must Come
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- Kemi Fuentes-George
Kemi Fuentes-George, a Middlebury College associate professor of political science, gives a virtual First Wednesdays talk, courtesy of Vermont Humanities and Manchester Community Library. Diving into the global impact of "rebel music," he considers the convergent histories of popular Afro-Caribbean music and Pan-African political thought.