Vermont’s comedians draw from a rich vein of community that unites us all – we laugh at the very things we love about the Green Mountain State. Vermont’s improv troupes and comedy clubs promise more than a great night out – they offer the chance to connect with a wider audience and share in the warmth of laughing together. For fans of drama, live music, dance and other stage arts, Vermont’s performing arts scene is just as rich.
"Little State, Big Laughs: A Vermont Comedy Special"
Check out our first-ever Vermont comedy show, produced with Vermont Comedy Club, featuring local acts and names you may recognize from national shows like Late Night With Steven Colbert and Adult Swim.
VERMONT COMEDY CLUB
Vermont Comedy Club’s network of performers and troupes promise a great night and lots of laughs, whether virtually or in person. The club also offers classes and camps.
Vermont’s Upper Valley performers have talent and the improv chops to get you laughing. Each show is one-of-a-kind and promises a good time. Find a show.
NEAT, WITH A TWIST
Neat, With a Twist brings a high level of professionalism to all shows, staging funny plays, original musical comedy performances and family-friendly programming.
Rusty Dewees and the Fellers
Central Vermont actor and comedian Rusty Dewees brings musical comedy to the stage with his band, the Fellers, highlighting the best of Vermont comedy and community.
Arts, Museums and Historic Sites
The Vermont Arts Council will tell you, “In Vermont, the arts are everywhere.” There are hundreds of galleries, museums and historical sites for cultural enthusiasts to visit.
History through Museums
Vermont’s museums bring history to life. Explore Vermont’s early stories with interactive exhibits, family-friendly displays and immersive experiences that’ll leave you wanting more.
At last count there were almost as many art galleries in Vermont as there are towns! This of course means that visitors encounter art and craft at every turn.