A World-Class Performing Arts Center at the Mountain
A dramatic cultural center lives at the base of the ski slopes at Stowe Mountain Resort.
With exceptional performances and artist residencies nearly every weekend, the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center is the creative heart of the Stowe community and a key element of Stowe’s reputation as a year-round destination for cultural visitors. Stowe is the only eastern U.S. resort community with its own 12-month performing arts center.
The Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center is a state-of-the-art venue for a wide spectrum of theater, music, dance, comedy, film, lectures and multimedia presentations. It opened in December, 2010, with a grand celebration including Broadway star Ben Vereen, folk fiddler Eileen Ivers, family spectacular The Spencers, and the incomparable musical artist James Taylor in an education fund benefit concert. Its continuing programming series’ include Peak Family, Peak Classics, Peak Pop and Peak VT Artists.
The Spruce Peak at Stowe base area is also home to Stowe Mountain Lodge, Spruce Camp Base Lodge, The First Chair Alpine Company, The Pantry specialty food shop, Backcountry Beanery and an exclusive community of enviable slopeside properties for purchase.
The Center is owned and operated to benefit the public by Spruce Peak Arts Center Foundation, a not-for-profit 501-c-3 organization. It is dedicated and committed to entertaining, educating, and engaging our diverse communities of Stowe and beyond.
For more information visit www.SprucePeakArts.org or phone 802-760-4634.
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