It’s not just about the plays you see each year.
Northern Stage is about to launch its new 2019-2020 season. But this dynamic theater company in the Upper Valley does more than just bring top-quality productions to the stage, though that would certainly be enough. They are also fighting for women in theater, and they’re educating your kids.
Read my story “Beyond the Bright Lights,” about what you don’t see at Northern Stage, just published in the Fall, 2019 issue of Image Magazine. You can find it here. (Once there, you’ll need to turn to page 48 and then enlarge the screen.)
Better yet, pick up an actual paper copy to hold in your hands (more readable and the photos are beautiful to behold) available at the Hanover and Lebanon Co-ops and other retailers around the UV. Here’s a look at the autumn-filled cover.
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Susan B. Apel is a freelance writer and retired law professor whose creative nonfiction and poetry have appeared in a variety of literary journals such as Vine Leaves, Best of Vine Leaves 2015, the Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review, Literary Mama, and Persimmon Tree. Her blog, ArtfulEdge, appears regularly on the DailyUV/HereCast. She has published reviews in Art New England, Vermont Art Guide, and Boston’s The Arts Fuse. She is an Art Correspondent for The Woven Tale Press and a columnist for the newspaper, Vermont Woman. She lives in Lebanon, NH.