Voices of Community: Art, Food, Shelter, Justice
a presentation of Sandglass Theater and Next Stage Arts Project
November 13-20, 2016
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Voices of Community brings together artists,
Every year, Sandglass Theater is host to scores of world-class performances.
Tickets are $18 general admission and $16 for seniors and students. The performances are on Friday and Saturday April 28 & 29,
Due to circumstances beyond our control,
this show has been cancelled.
Brad Shur of Puppet Showplace (MA)
April 9, 2016 at 1:00PM and 3:00PM
Get ready to exercise your imagination in this brand new and highly interactive show!
The Great Red Ball Rescue
Faye Dupras (MA)
March 19, 2016 at 1:00PM and 3:00PM
All seats are $8
Sandglass’s beloved Winter Sunshine Series continues with a romp around the world in an upturned umbrella that will surprise and delight audiences of all ages.
Shadows Around the World
Saturday January 23, 2016 at 1:00PM and 3:00PM
Tickets are $8
Sandglass will kick off the popular Winter Sunshine series, with favorite shadow puppeteer, Jim Napolitano and his show “Shadows Around the World”.
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?
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,
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,
Eric Bass, Co-Founder of Sandglass Theater, recently wrote to Senator John McCain (R-AZ) to invite him to Vermont for the ninth edition of the Puppets in the Green Mountains Festival, to take place September 11-20, 2015.
Dear Senator McCain,
RACE has crystallized as a crucial, defining issue of our nation and our era. Every week, we read about another incident involving the death of an unarmed African-American man, or the punishing, irrational marginalization of a person of color. This issue belongs to all of us,
The audience is invited to visit the bedroom and mind of a slumbering elephant whose dreams are just beginning to unfold. The elephant begins to question her fate as the contents of her room and mind reveal messages either fraught with meaning or frivolous…or perhaps both…or neither?…