Sandglass Puppets and video part of BMAC’s new exhibit
Puppets created by Coni Richards, Jana Zeller and Ines Zeller Bass are on exhibit along with video animations developed by Michel Moyse for Sandglass Theater’s D-Generation at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center as a part of their current exhibit: Portraits, Expanded . They'll be on display until December 28th. Don't miss your chance to see them and the rest of the gorgeous exhibit. Read More
Next up at Sandglass
January 31, 1 & 3pm Three Little Pigs
February 20-21, 7:30pm Do Elephants Dream of Eclectic Sheep
February 28, 1 & 3pm Isidor's Cheek
Ines Zeller Bass
Sandglass has been awarded a grant from Theater Communications Group (TCG) for the next stages of development of Natan el Sabio. Sandglass Theater and Teatro Luis Poma (El Salvador) are working together on a provocative new production based on G.E. Lessing’s 18th Century play about religious and cultural intolerance.
Sandglass' Artistic Director, Eric Bass, has recently been featured on the website HowlRound, an online center for the Theater Commons, with his latest essay.
In this essay, Bass explores some of the fundamental misconceptions about the role of the puppeteer in bringing life to a puppet.