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,
There are two things about Tennessee Williams’s The Glass Menagerie that suggest a staging including puppets. The first is that the piece is a memory play. Puppets love memory plays. The second is that Laura lives in a world of glass animals.
Sandglass Theater – Working toward a Puppet Dramaturgy in El Salvador
Spring 2015 Grant Recipient
Sandglass Theater (Putney, VT) collaborated with Teatro Luis Poma (San Salvador, El Salvador) on a puppetry production of G.E. Lessing’s Nathan the Wise,
May 14, 2014
Every object has natural properties. For the moment, I will use the words puppet and
object interchangeably. The puppet is, after all, an animated object, and while object
theater is different from puppet theater,
The Art of Eric Bass
by Reay Kaplan
student paper for Trends in Contemporary American Puppet Theater
University of Connecticut
Eric Bass is truly an innovator in the world of puppetry.
Keynote 14Nov2016 from Sandglass Theater on Vimeo.
For those of you who were not able to attend or would like to see it again, here is the keynote address of Voices of Community: Imagining the Re Integration of Art and Humanity.