Contact Us

Bread and Puppet Theater

753 Heights Rd

Glover, Vt 05839

802-525-3031

For questions about the following:

Booking, call Bread and Puppet Theater at (802) 525-3031 and puppetsecretary@gmail.com.

Bread & Puppet Museum, call Elka Schumann at (802) 525-6972

Bread and Puppet Press, call Elka Schumann at (802)525-6972, or Lila at  breadandpuppetpress@gmail.com

Apprenticeship, contact Esteli Kitchen: estelibesteli@gmail.com

Look for updates about upcoming events and tours on our Facebook page.

 

DIRECTIONS TO BREAD AND PUPPET THEATER

From the South:
Take I 91 to  Vermont exit 24, Sheffield/Wheelock. Turn Right off the exit ramp onto Rte. 122. We are 13 miles North on Rte. 122. There is a big barn (our puppet museum) and a farmhouse on one side of the road and an old school bus and a shed on the other. If you get to Rte. 16, you have gone a mile too far.

From the West:
Take I 89 east to exit 8 US 2/Montpelier, VT. Continue straight to follow Rte. 2 east to East Montpelier, where you will continue onto Rt. 14 north to Hardwick. In Hardwick continuing straight will put you on Rte. 15 east. This will take you out the other side of town. Continue on 15 E  for approx 2 miles. Turn left onto Rte. 16 north and drive for approx 15  miles to Rt. 122  on the right. There is a cemetery at this intersection. Turn right onto rt 122. Bread and Puppet is about 1 mile south on rt 122. There is a big barn (our puppet museum) and a farmhouse on one side of the road and an old school bus and a shed on the other.

From Montreal:
Follow Rte. 10 east toward Sherbrooke. Near Magog get on Rte. 55 South which will bring you to the border crossing at Stanstead. You will then be on U.S. Interstate highway 91 south. Take exit 25 Barton, turning R from the exit ramp onto Rte. 16 south. In a few miles you will come to Glover Village. Go through the village and continue south for about another mile until you reach Rte. 122. Turn left onto rt 122 South. Bread and Puppet is about 1 mile south on rt 122. There is a big barn (our puppet museum) and a farmhouse on one side of the road and an old school bus and a shed on the other.

 

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