I have never seen a Performance by Bread & Puppet in Glover, but in other locations. The troupe does amazing work and if you ever have an opportunity to see them, GO! However, if you ever venture to the North East Kingdom of Vermont, you must take some time and visit the museum. And do it in the summertime. It is in an old barn and basically, you will be a the mercy of the winter weather. The barn is part of the charm of the whole place. The troupe has been around for over 50 years and has always had one focus, exposing the hypocrisy of American politics. But I digress. The museum is composed of several rooms within the 100-year old barn and is what I would call self-service. You turn the lights on when you walk, and when you leave you turn the lights off. There are signs to remind you. The displays are larger-than-life, in some instances, papier marche puppets with some accompanying descriptions of what the performance was that the puppets were made for. If you care at all for progressive issues addressing inequality, America's war-industry and other issues around social justice, these puppet displays are for you. It was a fun way to spend several hours on a beautiful Indian Summer October day! The gift shop, self-service as well. Interesting books, creative posters and other fun stuff - Cheap Art they call it. Great, great place. I understand a yearly visit is necessary as the cast of puppets changes.
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