Saturday April 25, 7:30 p.m. Don’t miss a fascinating evening of acoustic /electric indie-instrumental and folk-pop music with a strong local flavor. Threefifty Duo: The acoustic duo, Threefifty, though currently based in Brooklyn NY, have strong roots right here in Vermont. Geremy Schulick, one-half of the Duo, grew up in Brattleboro, went to the Putney […]
Sandglass Theater, in collaboration with Next Stage Arts Project, is hosting a unique residency as part of their Voices of the Community series. Race Peace is the brainchild of three Louisiana and Mississippi theater companies: Mondo Bizarro, M.U.G.A.B.E.E. (Men Under Guidance Acting Before Early Extinction), and Junebug Productions. The residency will run from April 27 to May […]
If it weren’t for a small bagel shop at the corner of Christopher and Hudson Streets in New York’s Greenwich Village, Naomi Shelton And The Gospel Queens would probably not be bringing their explosive music to The Next Stage Theater on March 21st. Bob, the owner of the shop, was a blues, jazz and gospel […]
Next Stage invites you to join internationally renowned women’s world music and dance ensemble Libana in celebrating their 35th anniversary season on Saturday, March 7 (the eve of International Women’s Day!), 7:30pm. Tickets: $15 BUY TICKETS In 1979, a group of women sharing a passion for international music, dance, and women’s issues formed the global […]
Apron Theater Auditions SATURDAY, JANUARY 24TH 10-3 PM SUNDAY, JANUARY 25TH 1-4 PM Please contact Hallie Flower for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org 603.852.8957 The Apron Theater Company returns for a three play 2015 season as Theatre-in-Residence at Next Stage Arts Project in Putney, Vt. Plays under consideration include: Top […]
Here’s a preview of Naomi Shelton And The Gospel Queens, the next concert in our Shades Of Blue series, scheduled for March 21st 2015. This is going to be a very exciting show. Shelton’s sound has been described as James Brown with a gospel tinge, and ever since her debut release on Daptone Records she […]
Celebrate the first snow of the season with a night of hot acoustic swing & alt gypsy jazz! For the past five years, Caravan of Thieves has roamed the North American continent recruiting a family of avid thrill seekers at their high energy shows. These guys will bring down the house, so don’t miss it!
At Next Stage, we love to feature both fantastic national artists along with our own homegrown wonderful talent. A perfect example of this is coming up Sunday, November 16, when we once again bring together Jonathan Edwards, Lisa McCormick, and The Stockwell Brothers. Separately and together they will rock and uplift your spirits.
Next Stage welcomes Taylor Mali back to Putney, Friday, November 14 at 7:30 pm. He has sold out previous appearances, moved and inspired audiences from ages 13 to 85….DON’T MISS!
This past weekend at the final Shades of Blue concert until next year, Guy Davis tapped into the audience’s rural instincts…