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a Puppet Show
CATEGORY : COMEDY DRAMA PUPPET
by Blair Thomas

COMPANY : Center for Puppetry Arts [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Center for Puppetry Arts [WEBSITE]
ID# 670

SHOWING : May 16, 2003 - May 18, 2003

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Blair Thomas, co-founder of the award-winning Redmoon Theatre in Chicago, presents a diverse evening of both farcical and reverential puppetry theatre. Behind a carnivalesque stage, he interprets Federico Garcia Lorca's bawdy telling of traditional trickster Don Cristobal's wooing of and marriage to the delectable Miss Rosita in "The Little Altar of Don Cristobal." With "27, The Blackbird," Thomas offers an intriguing look at how doubt deteriorates love. "Amazing Grace" plays as lamp light flickers behind four large scrolls which, when unwound, reveal text excerpts from Wallace Steven's 1917 poem, "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird."

Click here for information on Blair Thomas’s Adult Education Workshop, The Hand Puppet and the Performer

DOWNSTAIRS THEATER

May 16 – 18, 2003

Friday & Saturday - 8 pm:
Non-Members: $20
Members: $18

Sunday - 5 pm:
Non-Members: $16
Members: $14


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