footage of B & P from 1979-1982 shot and edited by Skip Schiel
includes scenes from Hallelujah, Stations of the Cross, Woyzeck, and the Washerwoman Nativity
footage from the March on Washington October 21st 1967 containing excerpts of a Bread and Puppet performance of King Story at the demonstration
footage from a 1960’s performance of Bread and Puppet’s “A Man Says Goodbye to his Mother” filmed for Hollywood Television Theater.
footage from a 1960’s performance of Bread and Puppet’s “King Story” filmed for Hollywood Television Theater.
footage from a 1960’s performance of Bread and Puppet’s “Dead Man Rises” filmed for Hollywood Television Theater.
In Summer 2020, during the COVID-19 crisis, Bread & Puppet Theater is supported in part by the Vermont Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. The theater is also supported in part by Vermont Humanities Council. We thank these funders for providing this support at a time when the theater has been deprived of its traditional primary source of funding. These Cultural Relief Grants totaling $7,500 are enough to cover the theater’s full operating costs for two weeks, giving Bread & Puppet crucial flexibility as we continue to create and perform work that attempts to speak to the heart of this moment of great pain and hard-won possibility under unprecedented public health conditions.