The Quarry Project is a dance/theater performance in the Wells-Lamson quarry, one of the oldest and deepest granite quarries in the country, located in Websterville, VT. This site-specific piece, created by award winning Vermont choreographer Hannah Dennison, will be staged for 13 evenings only, with an intimate audience of just 90 each evening. Both the audience and the performers will be on platforms floating on the waters of this 6-acre, outdoor theater setting.
Websterville is located south of Barre City, 15 mins from Exit 6 on I-89, 60 mins from Burlington, White River Junction, and St. Johnsbury, and 80 mins from Rutland, VT.
TIME OF PERFORMANCE: The performance begins at 5:30. Everyone needs to be seated by 5:20 p.m.. Due to the nature of the site, we cannot seat latecomers. There is no intermission. The performance will end at approximately 7:00 p.m.
SEATS and ACCESSIBILITY: At each performance there are 88 general admissions seats and 2 accessible seats. If for any reason you are unable to attend, please cancel your ticket. You will be offered a full refund and another person will be able to take your seat. To book an accessible seat, please select that option when selecting ticket type. We will reach out to you via email to ensure we can meet your needs. If you have questions about accessibility in advance, please contact us directly at [email protected].
CHILDREN: We would love you to introduce your children to the magic of live performance, but please note that this performance is 90 minutes with no intermission. Audience members must remain seated and be escorted on and off the floating audience platform. If this does not sound like a good fit for your child, why not treat yourself to an evening out with friends?
WEATHER: In the event of rain, the performance will be canceled. Please be sure to enter an email address when purchasing tickets for any updates, cancellations will be announced no later than 1pm. If the performance is canceled, you will be offered a full refund.
LIABILITY: When purchasing your tickets you will be asked to sign the liability release form. All audience members are required to sign the liability release form and, to ensure your safety, will be escorted onsite and onto and off the floating audience platform.
For more information, and to sign up for news on The Quarry Project, visit www.thequarryproject2022.com