2017 Dance Concert Celebration was a blast! Thank you to the hundreds of people who came out to celebrate with us last weekend! The show was a high energy night of R&B, and we look forward to bringing ASOS back to Next Stage in the near future! Come back soon, and remember that Next Stage now […]
Next Stage Gallery is very pleased to announce the 2nd 2017 exhibit, a collection of work by painter David Rohn. Opening reception with the artist is Saturday from 2-4 at Next Stage.
Does the idea of screening acclaimed documentaries currently on the festival circuit appeal to you? Then keep your eye out for details on our brand new Next Stage series [framed] launching in late March 2017. This series of 12 films is curated by filmmaker and former Tribeca Film Festival director Nancy Schafer. For each documentary in the series, […]
We’ve already hosted some great concerts in ’17, starting with Christine Olman’s R&B machine (left) which had the house & dance floor packed for almost 3 hours!
Very exciting to have the new Next Stage kitchen up and running! Our friend Aew Ladd came in to teach a class in Thai cooking and take the new kitchen for a test drive. We’re looking forward to a series of public cooking classes starting this spring. Keep your eyes on the website for more […]
Give a listen to this WOOL-FM interview with Sean Altman, previewing both the GrooveBarbers AND the Jewmongous holiday performances at Next Stage.
“Shades Of Blue” curator Louis Erlanger discusses the upcoming Nov. 12 Cedric Burnside Project performance with Chris Lenois, host of “Green Mountain Mornings” on WKVT 1490 AM/100.3 FM in Brattleboro, VT. Click on image below to listen.
Listen to Vermont Public Radio’s Weekly Conversation on the Arts discussion with Sandglass Theater’s Eric Bass titled “Story Circles Inform Communities, Address Local Needs”, all about the Voices of Community event.