From the Sandglass Archives

Sandglass Theater has created twenty-five productions since our founding in 1982. Most of these have been video recorded for archival purposes, which means they are for our own documentation, marketing, and press outreach. Some of these recordings are better than others, although none of them is recorded with the intention of conveying the full experience of a live performance. These recordings offer a window into our past for those who want to learn more about our history and how our work has developed over these decades. The videos we have selected offer insight into where we have been and where we are going.

RICHARD 3.5: LIGHT RUMINATIONS ON MURDER

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Richard 3.5: Light Ruminations on Murder

Recorded by Free Lunch Media at The Redfern Arts Center at Keene State College

A collaboration between Bob Berky and Sandglass Theater. Live from the 15th century, King Richard III is here to perform, for your enjoyment, 11 murders and 7 songs that Shakespeare never meant to write. Surrounded by larger-than-life candles, whose wax is used to create the puppet victims before your eyes, Richard and his emcee accomplice dance and sing their way through this epic tragedy.

Created & Performed by Eric Bass & Bob Berky
Texts by Bass, Berky, & the Bard
Lighting Design by Gerald Stockman
Music by Ralph Denzer & Eric Bass
Puppet Design by Ines Zeller Bass & Jana Zeller
Set Design by Dave Regan
Directorial consultant Richard Edelman
Guitar coaching by Scott Ainslie

Isidor’s Cheek

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Isidor’s Cheek, Family Audiences

Recorded at The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry by Free Lunch Media, November 2015
So begins the song, which begins the story, which begins the adventure: One day, something drives Isidor from his little grey existence. His cheek runs away and Isidor must search around the world to find it again: a world of color and beauty as well as loneliness and even danger. Inspired by a German children’s book.

Isidor’s Cheek won a Citation of Excellence from UNIMA in 1999.

Conceived and performed by Ines Zeller Bass
Designed by Jana Zeller
Directed by Eric Bass
Music composed and recorded by Peter Tavalin

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