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
High energy bagpipes/fiddle/guitar trio Cantrip and multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Emerald Rae on Friday, April 21 at 7:30 pm at Next Stage.
Amy Winehouse recorded “Back To Black” at Daptone Studios in Brooklyn, backed by the Dap Kings. Singer Sharon Jones helped build Daptone Records. This Thursday, April 20, The Next Stage Theater will present the film “Miss Sharon Jones”, the story of Sharon Jones’ late life rise to international fame and her battle with cancer. The […]
The first two installments of the six film [framed] documentary series featured amazing, deep conversations with the filmmakers. Don’t miss this week’s film & conversation. The Eagle Huntress, the 3rd documentary in the Next Stage [framed] film series has been thrilling audiences since its release in late 2016. The Eagle Huntress earned extraordinary reviews for […]
Check out today’s NHPR feature about the ‘FRAMED’ film series, launching tonite at Next Stage! Thanks to Virginia Prescott and New Hampshire Public Radio for this great piece! http://nhpr.org/post/32917-framed-filmmakers-hallie-ephron-bookshelf More info about the series, films, and tickets: www.nextstagearts.org/framed
Still time to get your Framed Series Pass! 6 films / 6 filmmakers / $50 Info & Series Pass HERE Please support award winning, independent documentary filmmakers bringing their work to southern Vermont! Check out Richard Henke’s feature in the new issue of The Commons HERE