The Shades Of Blue concert series kicks off 2016 with a great show on Saturday, February 13, featuring Samirah Evans and Evelyn Harris singing the works of Etta James and Nina Simone. Evans is a powerful singer who made her mark quickly in Brattleboro after she relocated from New Orleans, where she had performed regularly […]
Please note that the ON SCREEN film selection for Monday evening 1/31/16 has been changed to the Coen Brothers’ modern classic ‘MILLER’S CROSSING‘. The event listing will be updated shortly to reflect this change. All ON SCREEN events begin at 7PM. Admission is by donation at the door.
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 […]
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
Listen to Howard-Weiss-Tisman’s report on the reopening of Next Stage. It aired on VPR on Tuesday December 22, 2016.
Originally published in The Brattleboro Reformer Wednesday, December 9, 2015. By Maddi Shaw firstname.lastname@example.org @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 […]
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 […]
By Fred Lee 7/16/2015 There are occasions when being in the presence of friends gathered at a party, say, or a restaurant can be likened to experiencing an orchestral event. You know that a symphony is good when you feel something simply beyond the hearing of the notes being played; in short, when the sum […]
Don’t miss the Rockin’ Renovation Kickoff Dance Party with Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez! An all out rock n’ soul concert/dance party, on Saturday, May 30, 2015, at 7:30pm. This will be the last event at Next Stage before major renovations get underway to transform the performance space and make it fully accessible; seats will […]
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 […]