Jena Necrason: From Broadway to Shelburne

Jena Necrason: From Broadway to Shelburne

When the Vermont Shakespeare Festival performs “The Taming of the Shrew” at the Shelburne Museum in August, residents of Wake Robin will see a familiar face. Jena Necrason, a co-founder of the Vermont Shakespeare Company, works at the retirement community as the program and events coordinator. Necrason and her husband John Nagle founded the Vermont… Read More »

Lindsay Warner: Two wheels or three wheels will do

Lindsay Warner: Two wheels or three wheels will do

For Lindsay Warner, one unusual piece of sporting equipment led to another. Already a skier, one snowy day last winter she decided to take a binding-less snowboard, called a Snurfer or no-board, down the driveway of her Hinesburg home. Warner had already signed up for the annual Rasputitsa Spring Classic, a Burke Mountain bike race… Read More »

Elizabeth Bunsen: Lifelong artist continually redefines her work

Elizabeth Bunsen: Lifelong artist continually redefines her work

Elizabeth Bunsen describes her art as an “ongoing conversation.” Burlington City Arts must agree, since this year the 63-year-old Charlotte resident received the Barbara Smail Award given to mid-career artists who, among other criteria, are “expanding their creative experience.” The award was particularly moving for Bunsen since she displayed Smail’s work at Passepartout, the gallery… Read More »