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.
The Cedric Burnside Project will be playing the Next Stage Theater on Saturday, November 12. (Tickets at http://www.nextstagearts.org). This is the real Mississippi Hill Country Blues updated by two direct descendants of Mississippi Hill Country blues royalty. Drummer/guitarist Cedric Burnside is the grandson of the late great blues singer/guitarist R.L. Burnside, and spent his early […]
Once again, merriment and mastery abound when PUTNEY VAUDEVILLE brings its SIXTH SHOW to NEXT STAGE on Sunday, November 6 at 4pm. Headliner TROY WUNDERLE, a beloved and renowned performer celebrated for his work with Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, and Circus Smirkus, will entertain and emcee the show. Acts will include professionals, […]
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.