Puppet Curiosities [Theater]

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[Performances at the Pocket are $10 online and $14 at the door. Online sales close 4pm day of show.]

Two expert puppetry designers with wildly different approaches craft a night of puppet and puppet-inspired theater you won't forget.

Friday, April 22nd @ 10pm

Show Description -
Live music. Tabletop spectacle. And throughout the evening, painstakingly created objects are brought to life to tell you a story, sing you a song, make you laugh and break your heart in two.
Annett Matteo, puppet designer at Seattle Children's Theater, and Lacy Katherine Campbell, puppet designer/director/performer, are celebrating living in the same actual city by putting together a night of short puppet theater pieces. Come watch Vikings battle monsters, swans take flight, and any number of moments of magic unfold.

Featuring -
Annett Matteo: Puppetry design, puppetry direction, puppeteering
Lacy Katherine Campbell: Puppetry design, puppeteering, performance
Brandon Campbell: Puppetry design, direction, musician
Don Cardiff: Musician
Eddie DeHais: Performance

Producer bio -
Lacy Katherine Campbell is a theater artist from Chicago, where her work appeared at the Goodman Theater, the Steppenwolf Garage, and Chicago Shakespeare Theater. She worked with Albany Park Theater Project, and was affiliated with Redmoon, Barrel of Monkeys and The Hypocrites, and head of Hearts and Brains Productions. Her favorite review title ever was "Weird Puppet Theater Will Make You Cry and Cry." Proof that puppets can, indeed, make you cry. and cry.
Annett Mateo (Puppet Designer/Coach)believes anything can be a puppet! She has made all kinds of puppets out of all kinds of materials for people, projects and theatres both locally and nationally. In her career as a professional puppet designer and builder she has built marionettes, Muppet type puppets, rod puppets, large body/costume style, modified Banraku, shadow and pretty much every other kind of puppet. She has attended the O'Neill Theatre conference for Puppetry a number of years and is in her fourteenth season as a puppet designer and builder for Seattle Children's Theatre. She has done custom requests, puppets for parades, theatre performances for adults and is a regular participant of regional puppet slams. You can view her puppets on Puppetlandia.com.
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By: The Pocket Theater