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Pop + Puppetry

REBECCA JACOBSON
8:30 pm Thursday, Aug. 7, Thursday August 07 | $8
Holocene
1001 SE Morrison St.
 

You're not a true Portland arts patron until you've attended a performance that features puppets prominently. This production, a joint venture of Holocene and local puppetry collective Beady Little Eyes, seems as good a bet as any. It'll feature original puppet shows by Kelly Campbell, Taylor Anne Finch, Samala Coffey and Katie McClenahan, scored live by Portland musicians: soul outfit PWRHAUS, songwriter-pianist Sara Jackson-Holman and lo-fi ambient project Mojave Bird (a.k.a. Grace Peters). Also: puppet films and an interactive station where audience members can make their own shadow puppets.



Where: Holocene
Phone: 239-7639
Address: 1001 SE Morrison St.
Website: http://www.holocene.org/calendar.cfm?cal=holocene&event=118586

 
 

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