Rimes, Macmaster, and Karamozov Brothers Comedy Highlight KCP Series
County Productions (KCP) has announced its fall schedule of world-class music, theater, and dance to be performed in St. Johnsbury and Lyndonville. “After a successful first series, we’re thrilled to announce a second season, thanks to a sturdy network of sponsors and supporters” said KCP Craven. “Our fall season has something for everyone. It includes world-class Spanish flamenco dance, sly Vermont comedy, sizzling New Orleans jazz, and perhaps country music’s greatest singer in fifty years.”
The KCP season will kick off at 7pm, Thursday, August 25th when fastrising star TROMBONE SHORTY and his 7-piece band, Orleans Avenue take the stage in St. Johnsbury. National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition recently announced that Trombone Shorty was this year’s “hot ticket” at the Newport Jazz Festival. The fall series will close on Monday, December 19th, when Grammy-nominated fiddling virtuoso Natalie MacMaster performs her special holiday show, “A Cape Breton Christmas.” Tickets are now on sale for all fall events at the Catamount Arts Regional Box Office in St. Johnsbury by phone or in-person Monday through Saturday, 11am to 6pm (802-748-2600). 24-hour online sales are available at CatamountArts.org.