copyright the Chronicle June 10, 2015
by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph
GLOVER — Visitors jammed the lanes around the Bread and Puppet Theater’s grounds here with their cars on Sunday when they came for the museum’s open house.
The theater celebrated the fortieth anniversary of its puppet museum on Sunday with shape note singing, harp music, and mini-plays scattered around the yard.
The smell of garlic from the aioli that was served with Bread and Puppet’s signature sourdough bread permeated the museum.
Visitors could wander through over 40 years worth of big puppets and peruse and purchase posters, pamphlets, and books.
Burt Porter, a Glover poet and musician who has participated in opening the museum yearly since its inception, was given a wooden medal….To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe:
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