Festival Calendar

Festival Calendar

A guide to the Puppets in the Green Mountains shows and events

WEDNESDAY 9/19

Film: The Dark Crystal
Jim Henson Company
7pm, Latchis
Tickets available HERE

THURSDAY 9/20

Gala Opening
5:30pm, BMAC
$45 (includes admission to
Sandglass Theater’s Babylon)

Babylon
Sandglass Theater (US)
8pm, NEYT (sold out)
$20 / $18 students and seniors

Festival Club
10pm, Whetstone Station
Join us for drinks!

FRIDAY 9/21

Louis Riel: A Comic Strip Stage Play
Rustwerk ReFinery (Canada)
Exclusive School Showings
9am & 11am, Latchis

Access Through the Arts:
Sandglass Theater and CASP
12pm, 118 Elliot
$5 suggested donation

Keynote Address
Walk Softly and Carry a Big Puppet:
Standing on the Shoulders of Giants
Tracy Broyles
5:30pm, NEYT
Free

Babylon
Sandglass Theater (VT)
8pm, NEYT
$20 / $18 students and seniors

A Hunger Artist
Sinking Ship Productions (NY)
8pm, Next Stage
$20 / $18 students and seniors

Puppet Cabaret
An Open Mic w/ Various Artists
10pm, 118 Elliot
$10 – puppethomecoming.org

Art Exhibits

Invitations: My Other World
Works by Ines Zeller Bass
Next Stage Arts

Pop up Art Exhibit and Sale
9/22 10am-6pm 118 Elliot

SATURDAY 9/22

Mr Ruraru’s Yard
Puppet and its Double (Taiwan)
11am & 2pm, Hilltop
$12 / $10 students and seniors

Access Through the Arts:
TAP and Hijinx Theatre
12pm, 118 Elliot
$5 suggested donation

Meet Fred
Hijinx Theatre (UK)
4:30pm  & 8pm, NEYT
$20 / $18 students and seniors

A Hunger Artist
Sinking Ship Productions (NY)
8pm, Next Stage
$20 / $18 students and seniors

Puppet Mutiny!
Puppet Slam hosted by Joshua Holden
10pm, Latchis
$10 – puppethomecoming.org

SUNDAY 9/23

The Joshua Show
Joshua Holden (NY)
11am & 2pm, Hilltop
$12 / $10 students and seniors

Access Through the Arts:
Puppet and its Double and
Rockingham Arts and Museum Project
12pm, 118 Elliot
$5 suggested donation

Louis Riel: A Comic
Strip Stage Play
Rustwerk ReFinery (Canada)
4:30pm, Next Stage
$20 / $18 students and seniors

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Funding for the Puppets in the Green Mountains Festival was provided in part by The Clowes Fund, The Bay & Paul Foundation, The New England Foundation for the Arts, Puppeteers of America, The Thomas Thomson Trust, The Vermont Arts Council, The Vermont Community Foundation, The Windham Foundation, Taipei cultural Center in New York, Chroma, the Brattleboro Savings & Loan and C&S Wholesale Grocers.

            

All venues in the Puppets in the Green Mountains festival are wheelchair-accessible.
If you need priority seating, parking, or any assistance when you arrive, be sure to let us know when purchasing tickets. We welcome people of all abilities, and strive to provide programming that is inclusive and accessible to all. Please contact us for more information on accessibility options that we can provide.

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