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White Like Me: A Honky Dory Puppet Show

Paul Zaloom (Los Angeles, USA)

9/11, 8PM, NEYT, Brattleboro Tickets
9/12, 8PM, NEYT, Brattleboro Tickets
(Workshop) 9/15, 7 -9 PM, 118 Elliot Street, Brattleboro Tickets

Celebrated political satirist Paul Zaloom presents a comedy about the changing face of race in America, tackling the gnarly subject of the upcoming de-honky-ization of the United States when white people in America will be what art critic Lucy Lippard once called, "just another other." Employing toy theater puppetry and ventriloquism, Zaloom explores hidden anxieties among the Caucasian majority, including his own.
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D-Generation: An Exaltation of Larks

Sandglass Theater (USA)

9/13, 8PM, NEYT, Brattleboro Tickets
9/18, 8PM, NEYT, Brattleboro Tickets
D-Generation: An Exaltation of Larks is a full-length theater piece based on stories written collaboratively by groups of people with late-stage dementia. The work is performed by three puppeteers (the caregivers) and five puppets (the residents of a care-facility). Set to a compelling original score and striking animated video segments, D-Generation takes us into a world that is all too much a part of our lives.
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Kimi Maeda (USA)

9/16, 8 PM, Sandglass Theater, Putney Tickets
9/18, 8 PM, Sandglass Theater, Putney Tickets
9/19, 8 PM, Sandglass Theater, Putney Tickets

Using sand as her canvas, Kimi Maeda transforms image after image, combining live feed projection of these drawings with archival footage to tell the story of her father Robert Maeda's relationship to modernist sculptor Isamu Noguchi. As dementia gradually overtook Maeda’s life, his daughter, Kimi, was inspired to take on the task he started decades ago, exploring the life of Noguchi in relation to his (and her) own personal history.
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Romeo and Juliet

Theater Waidspeicher (Germany)

9/19, 8 PM, NEYT, BrattleboroTickets
9/20, 8 PM, NEYT, BrattleboroTickets
A remarkably original production of Romeo and Juliet that dispenses with words, and is not a ballet, but rather musical theatre with puppets! The piece begins seconds before the tragic ending: Juliet awakes from her deathly sleep in the tomb, and in a half-trance relives the story of her love for Romeo and further experiences events she knew nothing of before.
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