Upcoming Events

Capstone Presentations

Join us for presentations by students in our management and teaching with technology programs.

Apply what you learn
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Samara Piano Quartet

Join this world-class quartet for a program of works by Brahms and Dvorak.

Listen to this
  • Undergraduate


Staging of an abridged version of feminist playwright Sarah Ruhl's play, part of senior Erin Huang-Shaffer's Plan in theater and dance.

Watch more
  • Undergraduate

A Queer Journey

Come and take a trip down a queer rabbit hole to experience stories of struggle, silence, love, personal power, transformation, sensuality, and more.

Dance more
  • Undergraduate

Wine in the Wilderness

In this Plan performance of the play by Alice Childers, Saron Zewdie and friends reflect on black womanhood during the 1964 Harlem race riot.

Learn more
  • Undergraduate

Witness to Change

Join senior Lysha Smith in a live audio-visual show, part of his Plan on mindfulness.

Be aware
  • Undergraduate

Salmon is Everything

Reading of the community-collaborative play directed by theater professor Jean O'Hara, presented by Marlboro College in partnership with Vermont Performance Lab

Swim upstream
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

News & Past Events


Deborra Stewart-Pettengill presents her work in Drury Gallery in September, with an artist's talk on September 19 and a reception on September 21.

Coalesce more
  • Undergraduate

Welcoming Asylum Seekers to Our Community

Through a combination of stories and song, local residents Steve Crofter and Laurel Green describe the newly-founded non-profit Community Asylum Seekers Project (CASP).

Seek peace
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Consortium Wins NEH Grant for Local Literary History

Collaboration with Brattleboro Literary Festival, the Brattleboro Historical Society, Write Action, and other supporting organizations will bring place-based learning to local community.

Learn locally
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

The Art of Making Dances (Not About Ferguson)

A dance response to the Black Lives Matter movement choreographed by Robin Brichard and performed by Kweku Bransah.

Respond to injustice
  • Undergraduate

Fall Open House

Join us for the Fall Open House, and learn how Marlboro students set themselves apart—from academics to self-governance to study abroad.


Visit campus
  • Undergraduate
  • Visits


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