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Touring Puppeteer

Bread and Puppet Theater

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Bread and Puppet Theater

753 Heights Road

Glover, Vermont,05839

United States

Company Description

Bread & Puppet Theater, one of the oldest non-commercial and self-supporting theaters in the country, has created politically and socially aware shows with commitment to community participation for 52 years. At present, our shows are antiwar, anti-capitalism a...more

Background Information

Employment History

Founder, Chief Operating Philosopher

The Museum of Everyday Life


Intensive Care Unit Nurse

Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital


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Clare Dolan (Glover, VT)
Clare Dolan is a Nurse/Puppeteer and the Founder and Chief Operating Philosopher of the Museum of Everyday Life in Glover, Vermont. Her early interest in object collection and experience as a touring puppeteer with the Bread and Puppet Theater informs the mission of the Museum to explore, analyze and celebrate banal but beloved objects we touch every day.


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Clare Dolan (Glover, VT)
Clare Dolan is a Nurse/Puppeteer and the Founder and Chief Operating Philosopher of the Museum of Everyday Life in Glover, Vermont. Her early interest in object collection and experience as a touring puppeteer with the Bread and Puppet Theater informs the mission of the Museum to explore, analyze and celebrate banal but beloved objects we touch every day.


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Clare Dolan, the guiding intelligence of the Museum of Everyday Life, stands outside of her young institution alongside a giant toothbrush built by Newark artist Martin McGowan. Photo by Joseph Gresser
Clare Dolan, the guiding intelligence of the Museum of Everyday Life, stands outside of her young institution alongside a giant toothbrush built by Newark artist Martin McGowan. Curator Clare Dolan has filled an old dairy barn with a collection of exhibits that uses dental hygiene alone as a lens through which to view the world. Clare Dolan, however, has thought about matches quite a lot. She also thinks about safety pins, zippers, paper clips, and all kinds of other objects that Ms. Dolan is a nurse by profession. She also works with the Bread and Puppet Theater, and involves herself in other ways in the arts. About seven years ago, she bought a big old house on Route 16 in Glover. It includes a barn, and that space opened up new artistic possibilities. "I'm not really a farmer lady," she said. Ms. Dolan said in an interview Sunday that she's always been interested in collections and displaying objects. "This just springs out of that interest," she said. "By scraping off the matches, people could kill themselves, and they did," Ms. Dolan said. Matchboxes and books were used for all sorts of endeavors. For instance, Ms. Dolan acquired a bizarre collection of small matchboxes that show on their covers photographs of the Soviet dogs that went into space. Beer companies used matchboxes in their advertising campaigns. Matches were called lucifers and still are in some places. And then there's phillumeny - the hobby of collecting match-related ephemera, of which Ms. Dolan herself might be considered guilty, though she "He only had access to matches and white glue," Ms. Dolan said.


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Clare Dolan, however, has thought about matches quite a lot.
She also thinks about safety pins, zippers, paper clips, and all kinds of other objects that Ms. Dolan is a nurse by profession. She also works with the Bread and Puppet Theater, and involves herself in other ways in the arts. About seven years ago, she bought a big old house on Route 16 in Glover. It includes a barn, and that space opened up new artistic possibilities. "I'm not really a farmer lady," she said. Ms. Dolan said in an interview Sunday that she's always been interested in collections and displaying objects. "This just springs out of that interest," she said. "By scraping off the matches, people could kill themselves, and they did," Ms. Dolan said. Matchboxes and books were used for all sorts of endeavors. For instance, Ms. Dolan acquired a bizarre collection of small matchboxes that show on their covers photographs of the Soviet dogs that went into space. Beer companies used matchboxes in their advertising campaigns. Matches were called lucifers and still are in some places. And then there's phillumeny - the hobby of collecting match-related ephemera, of which Ms. Dolan herself might be considered guilty, though she "He only had access to matches and white glue," Ms. Dolan said.


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Clare Dolan with one of the matchstick creatures in the Beastiary outside the Museum of Everyday Life in Glover.
Clare Dolan, however, has thought about matches quite a lot. She also thinks about safety pins, zippers, paper clips, and all kinds of other Ms. Dolan is a nurse by profession. She also works with the Bread and Puppet Theater, and involves herself in other ways in the arts. About seven years ago, she bought a big old house on Route 16 in Glover. It includes a barn, and that space opened up new artistic possibilities. "I'm not really a farmer lady," she said. Ms. Dolan said in an interview Sunday that she's always been interested in collections and displaying objects. "By scraping off the matches, people could kill themselves, and they did," Ms. Dolan said. Matchboxes and books were used for all sorts of endeavors. For instance, Ms. Dolan acquired a bizarre collection of small matchboxes that show on their covers photographs of the Soviet dogs that went into space. Beer companies used matchboxes in their advertising campaigns. Matches were called lucifers and still are in some places. And then there's phillumeny - the hobby of collecting match-related ephemera, of which Ms. Dolan herself might be considered guilty, though museum_turtle A turtle with a matchstick shell at the Museum of Everyday Life. she might prefer pointing to some unknown fellow who was in the military and collected matchbooks from all over the West Coast, including Alaska. "This guy spent a lot of time in nightclubs and dance halls," she said, pointing to the collection of rather artistic matchbooks. She noted that it's possible to tell a lot about a person by what they choose to collect. "He only had access to matches and white glue," Ms. Dolan said.


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