The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry celebrates the opening of its new exhibition:
From Thought to Image: 30 Years of Sandglass Theater
Saturday, November 14 at 4:30 p.m.
With performances at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m
Release from The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry
The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry at the University of Connecticut will present the grand opening of From Thought to Image: 30 Years of Sandglass Theater on Saturday,
Bitter Fruits and Combat Boots: a Hip Hopera
by Redwing Blackbird Theater and Not4Prophet
Friday, November 6, 7:30pm
Saturday, November 7, 7:30pm
Tickets are $16 general,
Saturday, November 28
Tickets are $16 general, $13 students and seniors
Get tickets online here or by calling 802-387-4051
Sandglass Theater welcomes the return of Company of Strangers’ Of Bread and Paper on Thanksgiving weekend.
Three Little Pigs
WonderSpark Puppets (NY)
Chad and Z of WonderSpark Puppets return to Sandglass with their latest piece for family audiences. Three Little Pigs build their houses of hay, wood and bricks – but can they withstand the Big Bad Wolf?
State of Vermont Puppet Chamber,
By Puppeteers: Bass, Bass, Bass, Murphy, and Zeller, and Millions of Others as this Resolution is not limited to any Electoral Construct but Open and Inclusive of Anyone who Enjoys Puppets or Who has Ever had an Intelligent Conversation about Justice and the State of the World.
This year’s Puppets in the Green Mountains festival: Walking to the Borders featured 10 days of theater and dialogue all dedicated to ideas of social justice and exploring the concept of “us and them.” The idea of using puppetry to explore,
Stories, Songs and Magic Lantern Projections From An Imaginary New England Village
Tim Eriksen and the
Trio de Pumpkintown
October 17th, 7:30pm
Tickets available online
or by phone (802)387-4051
Tim Eriksen (voice/guitar),
Sandglass Theater is celebrating the completion of our 9th Puppets in the Green Mountain Festival, where we presented inspiring theater to over 3500 people, including about 900 school kids, over 10 days of a wide range of events. We could not have even begun planning this festival,