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ON SCREEN Film Series Presents: CHINATOWN – 1/28/15

A short course on cinematic storytelling, ON SCREEN provides our community with a casual place to view films in a variety of categories, while exploring questions, techniques and ideas about filmmaking. The first segment explores the Neo-Noir genre, and the next film in the lineup on Thursday 1/28/16 is CHINATOWN starring Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway. Start time is 7PM, with discussion […]

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Listen to Next Stage on WOOL-FM

Give a listen! Great interview on Monsters and Hamsters (live on WOOL-FM Wednesday nights from 7-9PM) with Maria, all about NSAP, the renovation, the Christine Ohlman dance/concert, and everything Next Stage for the coming year! Maria Basescu, Executive Director of Next Stage Arts; 12/30/2015 by Monsters And Hamsters on Mixcloud  

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Crews race to finish the Next Stage in Putney last Friday for its reopening celebration Friday. (Photos by Kristopher Radder / Reformer Staff)

Next Stage Arts celebrates reopening

Originally published in The Brattleboro Reformer Wednesday, December 9, 2015. By Maddi Shaw mshaw@reformer.com @MadelineShaw2 on Twitter GrooveBarbers and Putney Central School Chorus join voices PUTNEY — A total transformation of the Next Stage, Arts Project theater will be complete in time for its reopening event Friday. As of last Saturday, paint was drying, walls […]

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Next Stage ready to show off its $1.6 million renovation

Originally published in The Commons issue #335 (Wednesday, December 9, 2015). Weekend concerts with The GrooveBarbers, River Singers christen revamped theater By Randolph T. Holhut/The Commons PUTNEY—After being closed for six months, Next Stage will reopen its newly-renovated performance space on 15 Kimball Hill this weekend with a trio of shows. In what Next Stage […]

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Saturday at Next Stage: Music with Strong Local Roots

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 […]

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