Sunday, February 26, 2012

Get ready for our 7th Puppet Slamwich! March 17th!

Two Shows, One Night Only!!
Saturday, March 17th, 2012!
Shows are at 7pm and 9:30pm!
Doors open 1/2 hour before each show!
Seating is general and limited!

Advance Tickets available NOW for sale online HERE

March's Puppet Slamwich is a Horseradish Surprise, sure to bring tears to your eyes! Puppeteers plumb the depths of human experience, from the ribald and erotic, to the poignant and the quixotic. The evening features the celebrated Philadelphia-based collective Puppetyranny premiering "The Sad Show." Their new act "utilizes montage video, musical reenactments, and cardboard shenanigans in an effort to locate the central tear ducts and pull the strings of the heart. Nostalgia and the collective experience will be relentlessly manipulated."

DC collective Wit's End Puppets takes us on a fateful quest through unknown lands of debris in "Flight to the Scraplands," employing hand- and tabletop puppets and found objects.

Thanks Kevin Sherry for the awesome poster!

Check out our friends at Nana Projects!

On March 9th, 10th and 11th Quest Fest and Theatre Project present the not to be missed Shadow Puppet Show, Alonzo’s Lullaby. Gorgeous, hand-manipulated cut outs by Baltimore’s own visual alchemists, Nana Projects, with original music by singer-songwriter ellen cherry and Nicholas Sjostrom, tell a tale of madness, passion and intrigue inspired by the 1918 Hagenback-Wallace Circus train wreck.
More info can be found at

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Puppet Slamwich 6: Foot Long Sub Edition! Jan 14, 2012

Anna Fitzgerald, Baltimore, MD/String Piece

Princeton Puppet People/Not Quite Snow White, Starring Rose Red

La Hostess, Baltimore, MD/Chansons 1 & 2

Eric Avery, Baltimore, MD

Pepito and Pumpernickel, Baltimore, MD

Ragdoll Engine, Brooklyn, NY/ Love in the Age of Junk

Also there was a performance by Black Cherry, not pictured.
All photos taken by Bill Haas