Reopening July 16!!

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Filled with grace, wit and charm, The Belle of Amherst is a one-woman powerhouse of a play.

 

In her Amherst, Massachusetts home, the reclusive nineteenth-century poet Emily Dickinson recollects her past through her work, her diaries and letters, and a few encounters with significant people in her life. William Luce’s classic play shows us both the pain and the joy of Dickinson’s secluded life.

 

Sarah Lynn Roddis expertly brings the poet to life on The New Vic stage. Ms. Roddis has been a favorite of New Vic audiences for many years. Recently seen in Jekyll & Hyde, Gaslight and Romeo & Juliet, Sarah never fails to amuse and delight.

 

Don't miss this limited run Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 PM.

OUR MISSION:

To enhance the lives of artists and audiences in the greater Kalamazoo area by presenting ensemble-focused theatre of the highest quality in an intimate atmosphere.


OUR VISION:

The New Vic Theatre envisions supporting a thriving community of artists who work together on all aspects of presenting high quality theatrical productions to entertain, enlighten, and delight Kalamazoo area audiences.


OUR VALUES:

Safety, creativity, support, tradition, and professionalism.

Family, friendships, and love of the craft.

Hard work, teamwork, and achievement.


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“I believe that in a great city, or even in a small city or a village, a great theatre is the outward and visible sign of an inward and probable culture.”

Laurence Olivier