Halloween Parade with Brooklyn Free School, NYC, Oct. 2011
This ferocious eight-person (40 foot) dragon was built from donated materials in a weeklong workshop at the Brooklyn Free School. It was made for a Halloween street parade and was accompanied by a bucket drum corps, a cheerleading squad and a team of hula-hoopers. The following are pictures of the workshop:
Recent performances include: A cantastoria and a cranky show performed at Banners and Cranks in Chelsea, NYC
The Woodchopper Opera, pictured here, is a hand-written fairy tale about appropriate technology. It is appropriate for all ages and was made several years ago, for the Boxcutter Cabaret. We continue to show it in many places including NYC pictured below.
Pageants and Large scale puppets are also part of our repertoire. Pictured here is a vulture that Lindsay Built for the Barebones Halloween Show
Recent events also include: The Sardine Circus, a surrealist miniature circus complete with real sardine performers.
Live Art 2011 on Madeline Island:
“Why have a home planet when you can have a tube in space?”
Workshop participants making the many cardboard flames that were necessary for blast-off.