Posts Tagged ‘puppets’

Controlling the Strings With Simplicity

Written by Our Town on . Posted in Arts Our Town, Our Town

Doe_cast_puppets By Alissa Fleck  For 10 days this August, the Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theatre will perform The White Doe, or The Piteous Trybulations of the Sufferyng Countess Jenovéfa at the Bohemian National Hall on the Upper East Side. Vít Horejš, one of the co-founders and core members of the Theatre, runs rehearsals out of his studio in [&hellip
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Step Up to Stick Up!

Written by Mark Peikert on . Posted in Arts & Film, Blog, Theater

Basil Twist, the renowned puppeteer behind Symphonie Fantastique, Arias with a Twist and the creatures in Broadway’s The Addams Family, knows from puppets. So when Twist sees a puppetry show in Montreal and loves it enough to jump through the hoops to import it to Downtown’s HERE, that means something—and that is exactly what happened [&hellip
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