Lost Nation Theater Brings Howard Frank Mosher's DISAPPEARANCES To The Stage

Lost Nation Theater Brings Howard Frank Mosher's DISAPPEARANCES To The Stage

For its 30th Season closing production, Lost Nation Theater presents the world premiere staging of Howard Frank Mosher's Vermont novel DISAPPEARANCES, the first time ANY Mosher novel has been adapted for the stage.

Show dates are October 4th-21st.

LNT Founder (and native son) Kim Allen Bent's original stage adaptation is rambunctious storytelling with a twist. DISAPPEARANCES is a thrilling coming-­of-­age story, an homage to old Vermont, and a tall tale with chases, narrow escapes, comedy, and ghosts all rolled into one. Desperate for money to keep his farm afloat in the winter of '32, Quebec Bill, head of his clan of hardy Vermonters, introduces his teen son to the other family trade -­? whiskey smuggling. It's an epic journey through the wilderness with unforgettable characters and magical escapades.

The book was written in 1977, the same year Kim founded Lost Nation Theater. And Kim, as you may or may not know, grew up on a dairy farm in Braintree VT. Talk about putting your heart into your work!

October 4th-­21st
Thursdays thru Saturdays at 7:30PM; Sundays at 2PM.
OPENING NIGHT GALA on Friday October 5th starts at 6:30PM
TICKETS: www.lostnationtheater.org, or call 802-­?229-­?0492, or at the door.

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