We acknowledge that this theater sits on the unceded territory of the Western Abenaki people who have stewarded this land for generations and continue to do so. We remember their connection to this region and the hardships they continue to endure. We offer respect to the Abenaki Elders and to the indigenous inhabitants of Turtle Island, past and present and we are deeply grateful for the opportunity to share in the bounty of this place and to protect it.
The Flynn encourages the enjoyment, understanding, and development of the performing arts in Vermont through diverse and engaging artistic experiences.
The Flynn is committed to making a positive impact and providing a world-class experience. We believe in the transformative power of the performing arts to unify, strengthen, and inspire our community.
The Flynn seeks to make the performing arts accessible to all through a commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, accessibility, and anti-racism. We recognize that as an arts institution in a predominantly white state we have much work to do in becoming an anti-racist organization. We acknowledge the many systemic barriers in place, and commit to pursuing anti-racist and anti-oppressive policies and practices in our work to connect and unify communities, broaden and challenge beliefs, and influence future choices.