Sandglass Theater
Never Been Anywhere

Dance Theater Workshop
September 22-26

Adapted by Eric Bass from the short stories of Vermont writer Castle Freeman, Jr.
Developed by the company
Conceived and directed by Eric Bass
Assistant director and lighting design: Finn Campman
Costumes: Kiki Smith and Ines Zeller Bass
Puppets created by Eric Bass and Finn Campman

Performed by: Eric Bass, Ines Zeller Bass, Finn Campman, Susan Myers, Bradley Poster, Barbara Whitney

Directorial consultant: Richard Edelman
Dance consultant: Robin Wolf
Rehearsal Stage Managers: Dan Müller and Ron Binion
Set construction: Dan Müller and David Underwood
Puppet construction assisted by Ron Binion, Ayars Hemphill, Amy Davis, Vanessa Dillman, Tino Fierro
Administrator for Sandglass Theater: Barbara Whitney

Developed in part at the National Puppetry Conference, Eugene O'Neill Theater Center.

Funded in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.

SANDGLASS THEATER was founded in Munich, Germany in 1982, by Eric Bass and Ines Zeller Bass. The first company production, Sand, was completed in 1985. Sand toured throughout Europe and was presented at the First New York International Festival of the Arts. The company moved to Vermont in 1986 and created Invitations to Heaven (1990), which was presented in the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Next Wave Festival, and The Village Child, which completed the company's Heaven Trilogy, pieces related by the theme of integrating the voices of history in our lives. In 1996, Sandglass opened its own 60-seat barn theater in Putney, Vermont, where it performs its own repertoire, presents guest artists and offers workshops. Never Been Anywhere was performed at Puppeteers of America National Festival in Toledo, OH as well as Le Festival Mondial des Theatres de Marionettes in Charleville, France and throughout Germany. Never Been Anywhere will again be touring to France in the spring of 1999.