11/28/21, Sunday: OPEN MIC

Windham County, Vermont, is still classified as an area of ‘high public transmission’ although Vermont’s case count, hospitalizations, and deaths are nowhere anywhere near as terrible as most other places carrying the same label. And Delta seems to have plateaued and is dropping. That said, our policy at the time of this publication is still as follows: “All individuals are required to wear a mask (except when eating or drinking) and maintain a six-foot social distance from people not in their party at our events. Seating will be a minimum of eight feet from the stage. If you wish to make a custom seating pod for your party, arrive early and we’ll help you do it. (Our chairs are movable and configurable.) People who have already arrived and have arranged their seating will not be expected to move. This policy may change without notice. Some shows may have tighter restrictions by the performer’s request; any additional per-show guidance will be found on the individual show pages on this website.”

The first eight people who RSVP to stage33@stage33live.com are guaranteed 12 minutes. (If we can keep changeovers to three minutes, that’s two hours.) If there are unreserved slots, walk-ins go next. If people are into it continuing after eight slots have gone, we’ll go long… people who haven’t played first, then second slots for people who want one.

ORIGINAL MATERIAL ONLY. All performances will be recorded and filmed for downstream audiences, there’s a media release that all performers need to sign. This is an open mic, not a paying gig… but you can do whatever you’d like with the documentation we produce, including monetizing it.


Suggested $5+ donation at the door to help support Stage 33 Live’s existence.

Seating is limited. No bar or kitchen, the stage is the mission; snacks by donation. Stage 33 Live is an industrial-rustic listening room in a former factory hosting local, regional, and national performers in an intimate setting. More info about this and other other upcoming events, and about the nonprofit all-volunteer project, online at stage33live.com

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