At long last, thanks to the ongoing support of the community, audience members, supporters, foundations and performers who are part of the Next Stage family, the major rehabilitation work on Next Stage has started! We will track the progress of the project over the coming months here so please check back often and share your […]
TT did not disappoint last night! The packed house at Next Stage was treated to a wonderful night of music from Tony and his band as well as the quartet Hot Mustard who shared the bill and played a few tunes with Tony. Thanks to all who came out!
Next Stage Arts Project and Twilight Music welcome back 5-string banjo virtuoso Tony Trischka, accompanied by guitarist Grant Gordy, fiddler John Mailander and bassist Ethan Jodziewicz, on Friday, August 22 at 7:30 pm. In addition to performing music from his latest CD “Great Big World” and his 45-year musical career as perhaps the most influential […]
Enjoy these advance photos from Apron Theater’s second Summer production, After the Revolution, which begins its two week run at Next Stage on Thursday, August 7. This week includes performances on Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM, and Sunday at 2:00PM. Next week’s performances are on Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM.
The late Allan Block, father of blues singer Rory Block, who will be appearing at The Next Stage Theater on Sept. 13, ran a Greenwich Village sandal shop that played host to many icons of the 1960s folk music revival, including Bob Dylan, Maria Muldaur, and John Sebastian. The story is outlined in this […]
Rory Block, five times Blues Music Award winner, rolls into Putney Saturday, September 13th. Heralded as a “living landmark” (Berkeley Express), “a national treasure” (Guitar Extra), and “one of the greatest living acoustic blues artists” (Blues Revue), Rory Block has committed her life and her career to preserving the Delta blues tradition and bringing it […]
Apron Theater Company principal and director Karla Baldwin is hard at work on her upcoming production of Amy Herzog’s play “After The Revolution”, opening AUGUST 7th at Next Stage!!!
Our own Putney vaudevillians representing on stage today at the Green River Fest in greenfield MA. Peter Siegel and the Gaslight Tinkers knocked ‘em out!
Many thanks to the Brattleboro Reformer and the The Vermont Business Magazine for these great stories on our ArtPlace Grant July 1, 2014 – Vermont Business Magazine – Next Stage Arts Project awarded $370,000 national grant June 30, 2014 – Brattleboro Reformer – Next Stage Arts gets $370K grant
THIS JUST IN! We just learned that Next Stage Arts is the recipient of a $370,000 grant from ArtPlace America in support of our capital campaign and new programming collaborations for 2015!! ArtPlace America selected Next Stage Arts Project from a pool of 1400 applicants nationally, of which just 55 were awarded grants. ArtPlace America […]