The Mallett Brothers Band

The Mallett Brothers Band will be performing at Theater in the Wood on Saturday, Jan. 18. (COURTESY PHOTO)

INTERVALE — Theater in the Wood’s new Winter Entertainment Series will be a musical and comical line-up of talented artists from all over New England. The series is set to begin with The Mallett Brothers Band on Saturday, Jan. 18, at 7 p.m.

With a style that ranges from alt-country to Americana, country, jam and roots rock, The Mallett Brothers Band is a musical melting pot that’s influenced equally by the singer/songwriter tradition and by harder rock, classic country and psychedelic sounds.

The series will continue on Jan. 25 with Yellow Brick Road, an Elton John tribute band.

The Winter Entertainment Series will occur every Saturday evening from Jan. 18 through April 6 and will feature a few familiar artists to the Theater in the Wood like New England comedian Juston McKinney and folk-rock band Adam Ezra Group.

Throughout the series, the Theater in the Wood will also welcome new artists to the area such as the Chad Hollister Band, the John Lackard Blues Band and the bluegrass/hip-hop phenomenon Gangstagrass. Make sure to check out an Evening of Ice and Dancing on Feb. 21 and 22, featuring an ice bar provided by Ice Breakers Carving with a live DJ.

Ticket prices vary per event and can be purchased online or at the door the day of the performance. Members of Believe in Books Literacy Foundation save $5 on all tickets they purchase.

For the full line-up and to learn more about each of these events and tickets, go to

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