A three day festival of puppet shows performed at the Historic Highland Park Ebell Club. This event is co-sponsored by the Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.|
Thursday, June 6, 8:00 pm
En La Noche
Based on Uruguayan writer Horacio Quiroga's short story, En La Noche tells the tale of one woman's harrowing journey up a raging river and explores the ultimate value of an extraordinary act of courage.
At least 40 million wild blossoms
An ode to Charles Lummis and the building of El Alisal.
The Punch and Jimmy Show
Hand puppets in the wild and ribald tradition of the 450 year-old Punch and Judy show, updated to fit the new dynamic of our magnificent civilization. *Adult themed, explicit puppet sex.
Friday, June 7, 8:00 pm
Caitlin Lainoff and DanRae Wilson
Pages of Perfection
A toy theater show about the development of Los Angeles.
A Day on LA River
Puppetry and video recreate a day-long art event that took place at the Arroyo Seco. The piece is a meditative consideration of a body of water, of time passing, an exploration of the present state of a natural habitat, as well as an invitation to engage with the river.
Saturday, June 8, 12:00 pm
The Princess and the Pea,
Two stories performed in the Minimalist Puppetry style, one using hula hoops, and the other a carpenter's ruler.
The Splashy Sea Saga of Sailor Sam
Sail the Seven Seas with Sailor Sam and his little pal Salty as they search for adventure, treasure and. a boat that won't sink!
The story of the Japanese Sun Goddess Amaterasu, told with found object marionettes.
From the vaults of IPM
All Dragons Don't
A dragon defies conventions and expectations without succumbing to peer pressure.
Highland Park Ebell Club (View)
131 S Ave 57
Los Angeles, CA 90042
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|