Published November 24, 2013 in the Times Argus
Theater Review: Puppets share humans’ dementia
By Jim Lowe
, Staff Writer
Beauty, pain and humor combine to make “D-Generation: An Exaltation of Larks,” Sandglass Theater’s poignant take on dementia,
When I Put On Your Glove is a puppetry, dance and spoken word piece that explores a daughter’s relationship to her father’s work building upon a premise that puppets are containers of memory. In it, a daughter explores what it means for her to slip into her father’s art and not just the form,
just arrived back from tour in Southern California where Shoshana Bass and Jana Zeller played for audiences in theaters, schools, libraries and festivals.
“I feel so in love with our work, with the people it connects us to,
Sunday, May 27th at 11am
A collection of delightful and compelling short puppet pieces presented by the Sandglass Theater. Perfect for kids and adults alike, Punschi features hand puppets, a miniature circus, music, and lots of laughs!
With Shoshana Bass at Main Street Arts in Saxton’s River
June 25-29th from 9am – 3pm Ages 8-12, Cost: $240
Build a variety of simple puppets of different sizes, embellish them with character and costume, and learn techniques for animating the puppets and creating story with them.…
Amirah Sackett Residency
The hip-hop group We’re Muslim, Don’t Panic was conceived of by dancer Amirah Sackett in 2011, a moment Sackett referred to as “a really tumultuous time in history as far as Islam is concerned.”Determined to shift the terms of the conversation,
By Amirah Sackett
A Voices of Community residency including workshops, performances and school engagement.
In this significant time in which we must collectively try to understand the nature of our diversity, Sandglass is excited to have the opportunity to bring Amirah M.…