n Forgotten snapshots, collected and
culled by Margaret Kristensen,
form a sometimes eerie window
on the past in “Uncovered,” an
exhibit at the Vermont Center
for Photography in Brattleboro.
March 7–30. www.vcphoto.org
n A new Friday night jazz series
takes place in April at the
Shelburne Museum’s Pizzagalli
Center. Swing Noire starts
things off April 4.
n The Vermont Stage Company
presents the premiere of “The
Quarry.” Created by brothers
Greg and Randal Pierce and
inspired by their experiences
growing up in Shelburne, the
work “combines original live music
with an array of characters to cre-
ate a world that explores the mys-
tifying depths of the unknown.”
April 23–May 11, FlynnSpace,
n Vocal harmonies mark the music
of The Wailin’ Jennys, an all-
female trio that mixes traditional
folk with Americana and pop.
May 11. Chandler Center for
the Arts, Randolph.
n “An Evening With Ira Glass” is
a stage show about a radio show,
with the NPR personality discuss-
ing, dissecting and otherwise delv-
ing into “This American Life.” May
17, Paramount Theatre, Rutland.
n Schedules subject to change.
n Prices listed are premium seats for adults;
fees and taxes may also apply.
n Other events available at www.
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