Sandglass Ensemble Speaks: Terrell J.Jones

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Sandglass Ensemble Speaks: Terrell J.Jones

Third of a series of comments by Sandglass performers and designers

“Sandglass Theater has been such a new and challenging experience in my life; in the best way possible. What I like about working with Sandglass is that there’s always encouragement to “raise the stakes”; there’s a constant unspoken desire to push myself and accept being pushed by others. It’s comforting knowing that in a room full of puppeteers, directors and tech hands everyone wants me to succeed and be the best version of myself on a daily basis and I love that atmosphere while working with Sandglass.”
Terrell J.Jones, Ensemble performer
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