Dave Madeloni’s Reformer Ovation article on Sean Altman, Jack Skuller and “The Everly set”, their tribute to the music of the Everly brothers. Performance – Fri. Sept.23 – 7:30 PM .
Brattleboro Reformer article on Adam Strauss’ “The Mushroom Cure,” part comedy, part theater, part storytelling, punctuated by lighting for dramatic effect. One night only on Friday, Sept. 30.
Maria and Barry preview the Fall Season at Next Stage with Chris Lenois on BCTV.
Richard Henke writes about the Apron Theater’s production of Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice at Next Stage in Putney. Performances run Aug. 11-13 and 18-20,
By Cicely M. Eastman firstname.lastname@example.org @ReformerOvation on Twitter Posted: 08/03/2016 07:22:09 PM EDT | Updated: about 22 hours ago PUTNEY >> In a modern take on the ancient myth of Orpheus Sarah Ruhl reinterprets the legend in her play “Eurydice,” retelling the story from the heroine’s point of view, a departure from the original legend. […]
Originally published in The Commons issue #353 (Wednesday, April 20, 2016). Article link: http://www.commonsnews.org/site/site05/story.php?articleno=14528&page=1#.V0cQaWbRzBQ One Vermont arts organization has a measurable impact on the arts and its place in the minds and hearts of the community By Elayne Clift/The Commons They sat in small groups called Story Circles. They told tales of their own wounding […]
Article link: http://www.reformer.com/ovation/ci_29919177/green-writers-press-and-next-stage-present-three Special to the Reformer Posted: 05/20/2016 06:08:15 PM EDT | Updated: 3 days ago BRATTLEBORO >> Green Writers Press, a small Brattleboro-based publishing company founded by Dede Cummings in 2014, is dedicated to spreading environmental awareness by publishing authors who proliferate messages of hope and renewal through place-based writing and […]
“Other Desert Cities” has three more performances: Thursday, March 24 – Saturday, March 26. All performances are at 7:30 p.m. in the newly renovated theatre at Next Stage The seats are comfortable with plenty of leg room, as well as excellent sightlines and acoustics. Tickets are available at www.nextstagearts.org or 802-387-0071.