Calendar of Events
Winter Sunshine Series
March 1 - 28: online
Each week includes a puppet show, a workshop and two family activities: Annabelle's Kitchen
and Shenanigans and Non Sequiturs
. Unless specified otherwise, events are available at any time during the week via link.
Week 1, March 1-7 (Performance: Snowflake Man; Workshop: Pop Up Books) $25
Week 2, March 8-14 (Performance: Cozy Corner Live at 11 AM on Saturday, 3/13; Workshop: Imagination Station with Mrs. Flutterby)
Week 2, March 8-14 (Performance: Cozy Corner at Live at 2 PM Saturday, 3/13; Workshop: Imagination Station with Mrs. Flutterby)
Week 3, March 15-21 (Performance: Chicken Soup, Chicken Soup Live at 11 AM Saturday, 3/20; Workshop: Family Story Spoon Workshop)
Week 3, March 15-21 (Performance: Chicken Soup, Chicken Soup Live at 2 PM Saturday, 3/20; Workshop: Family Story Spoon Workshop)
Week 4, March 22-28 (Performance: Rock the Boat; Workshop: Lantern Making Workshop March 27th 11am)
Pop up shop HERE
Rock the Boat on tour
February 13: Revelry Community day at University of Southern Mississippi
February 20: Norfolk Library
April 10: The Yard
What does Equity in the Arts look like? These are the steps that Sandglass is taking HERE
Click HERE to read this National Performance Network article by Shoshana Bass
Current newsletter HERE
Winter Sunshine Series
Rock the Boat
Artist and Organization Spotlight
Artists and performance organizations are busy these days making performances, workshops and their art available online. Here we feature what is happening now by various artists and organizations that we have worked with, presented and just plain love. We invite you to check them out and support their work.
Double Image Theater Lab
featured in the 2017 Winter Sunshine Series, is based in New York City and was founded by Spica Wobbe and Margot Fitzsimmons in 2011. They create cross-cultural productions that span across many art forms, such as; poetry, multimedia, music, dance and puppetry. Visit their website to learn more about the works they create and workshop offers.
Sandglass Theater is supported by the New England Foundation for the Arts through the New England Arts Resilience Fund, part of the United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund, an initiative of the U.S. Regional Arts Organizations and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, with major funding from the federal CARES Act from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Sandglass Theater operations are supported by the generous contributions of The Bay & Paul Foundation, Chroma Technologies, The Clowes Fund, the Jim Henson Foundation, the McKenzie Family Charitable Trust, the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Vermont Arts Council, the Vermont Humanities Council, the State of Vermont Emergency Grant and individual donors. Please also see our project pages for additional acknowledgements for project specific funding.