The Haskell Free Library and Opera House is situated directly on the Canada-U.S. border in Stanstead, Quebec and Derby Line, Vermont. The opera house (theater) is located on the top level.
The address is 93 Caswell Ave., Derby Line or 1 Church St. Stanstead. You can access the building from either country.
No. American audience members can park on the U.S. side and walk directly into the building.
Canadian audience members should park on the Canadian side and walk along the sidewalk into the United States to the main entrance. After the performance, they must return to Canada the same way.
Passports are not required but patrons should have identification on hand should they need to identify themselves to border authorities.
There are no restrictions for public gatherings, including theatrical performances, at this time. Masks are not required but are encouraged If you have symptoms, please do not attend a performance.
For those coming to the theatre from the American side, there is limited parking at the side of the building off Caswell Avenue. There is also parking in Derby Line village within walking distance. Canadian patrons can park on Church Street or at one of the nearby municipal parking lots.
Yes. There is an elevator to the box office level and the auditorium and balcony levels.
Yes. The box office is open one hour before curtain.
At this time, Borderline Players does not have a dedicated reservation phone line. However, you can reserve tickets and pay at the door by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
or messaging us through Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/borderlineplayersVTQC/
Tickets can also be purchased and downloaded through Catamount Arts. Please note that tickets purchased online are in U.S. funds. Online sales end 14 hours prior to showtime.