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Sandglass Theater Residency, October 31 through November 4

Over the last decade, Sandglass Theater’s work has moved deeper and deeper into themes of social justice. As a puppet theater, Sandglass has opened discourse about these issues in ways that are specific to their art form. The puppet represents a being that is always “other” than the human world that animates it. As such, it is a metaphor for many stories of marginalization. This week-long residency includes:
 

  • Tuesday, October 31: Performance of “Babylon” for Landmark College community, 12:30-1:45 p.m., Greenhoe Theatre
    Register here - seating capacity of the Greenhoe Theatre is 430
     
  • Tuesday, October 31: The Game of Refugees, 7 p.m., Café Court
     
  • Wednesday, November 1: The Game of Refugees, 7 p.m., Café Court
     
  • Thursday, November 2: Puppeteering workshop, 7 p.m., Studio Theater
     
  • Saturday, November 4: Performance of “Babylon,” 7:30 p.m, Greenhoe Theatre, followed by talk back
    Register here - seating capacity of the Greenhoe Theatre is 430
     
  • Monday, November 6: Speaker Series talk by Eric Bass, 7 p.m., O’Brien Auditorium, East Academic Building
    Register here

     
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