In the past few weeks we’ve seen Blind Boy Paxton tear up the guitar and the piano. Today let’s watch him do the same to the fiddle. Remember the date: October 13, Blind Boy Paxton at The Next Stage Theater.
Blind Boy Paxton will be appearing at the Next Stage Theater on Friday, October 13. Up until the date of the show, we’ll be posting videos of his amazing talents every Monday. In last week’s video Paxton displayed a wealth of fancy guitar chops. Here he is playing the piano, once again displaying great chops […]
Friday October 13 is a lucky day for Next Stage, as we present the versatile, vastly talented Blind Boy Paxton. A young entertainer in his twenties, Paxton is a virtuoso on guitar, banjo, piano and fiddle, and he fills his shows with classic vaudeville humor and a magician’s sleight of hand. Watching him, one […]
Job Opening: Social Media/Web Intern: Next Stage Arts Project, Putney’s premier performing arts venue and community center of national renown, seeks a Social Media/Web Intern to create promotional web graphics on a weekly basis, maintain the online events calendar at nextstagearts.org, and build social media engagement. This is an opportunity to play a key role […]
Next Stage Arts Project and Twilight Music present an evening of Celtic music by The Seamus Egan Project on Friday, July 28 at 7:30 pm. – A founding member of the legendary Irish-American supergroup Solas, Seamus’ new band, which features Moira Smiley on vocals, piano and banjo, covers his immense and influential catalog of music […]
Next Stage Arts extends its deepest gratitude to all who supported the now completed renovation and capital campaign! Thanks to you, Next Stage is a state-of-the-art, universally accessible theater and community space poised to serve the village and the region for decades. YOUR gift to the 2016 ANNUAL FUND is a long term investment in […]
Hey! Going to the Stroll today? See you there, and here’s a great idea for tonight – Miro Sprague Quintet at Next Stage. It’s what to do after the moo!
Grammy nominee Duke Robillard called into WKVT’s Green Mountain Mornings radio show today to talk to host Chris Lenois and Lou Erlanger about what can be expected at this Saturday’s May 6 show at The Next Stage Theater. Click on the image below to listen to the audio clip: Shades of Blue