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  • Puppets in NYC March 12th
    by Ellen | March 11th, 2009 |

    Thanks to Mary Robinette Kowal – an early IAF supporter – for making us aware of this:

    Puppet Playlist takes talented puppeteers and brilliant musicians and slams them together into an evening of live theater to stir the senses.

    Our first Playlist will feature works of puppetry set to the rasping, crooning, stomping and shouting of Tom Waits. Between sets, hear new interpretations of Waits’ music — on cello, electric guitar and more. A chance to see some of New York’s most interesting puppet artists and musicians at play.

    Performers (and their work) have been seen all over New York and throughout the world, on Broadway, off-Broadway, off-off-Broadway, at HERE Arts Center, Shakespeare in the Park, the Metropolitan Opera, FringeNYC, Lincoln Center, with Jim Henson Productions, and on both American and International TV (yes, that includes Sesame Street).

    Featuring pieces by: Eric Wright, Melissa Creighton, Jean-Marie Keevans, Jon Stancato (Stolen Chair), Andrew Broaddus, Jon Levin, Maja Rajenovich, and Mary Robinette Kowal & Jodi Eichelberger.

    Musical performances by: Anna Leuchtenberger, Leah Siegel, Emily Hope Price, The Relatives and Irv Irving.

    $5 suggested donation at the door
    Thursday, March 12, 2009
    7:30pm – 9:00pm
    The Tank @ The 45th Street Theater
    354 W. 45th St.
    New York, NY

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    One Response to “Puppets in NYC March 12th”

    1. Jenn de la Vega Says:

      Thank you for posting info for the Puppet Playlist! The next performance will be May 14th and will be set to the music of the Magnetic Fields! More to come!

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