Blood From a Turnip - Rhode Island's only late night puppet cabaret
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Rhode Island's
Only Late Night
Puppet Cabaret

Friday February 17, 2006



BLOOD FROM A TURNIP
Perishable Theatre
95 Empire Street
Providence RI
Friday February 17, 2006
One Night Only
Time 10pm
Price: $5.00
No reservations
Seating first come, first serve
Information: 401-331-2695x106
Or imarsian@mac.com
Program lineup subject to change

"a wildly diverse and thoroughly entertaining showcase"
- Providence Phoenix

"wacky and funny. . intelligent, insightful and a little bit edgy"
- Providence Journal


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TURNIP TRAVELOGUE

Fasten your seat belts! Rhode Island's Only Late-night Puppet Salon's takes off on its first ever SLAMTASTIC PUPPET MINI-TOUR!!!

In a startling and unprecedented Turnip first, BLOOD FROM A TURNIP has joined forces with THE PUPPET SHOWPLACE in Brookline Massachusetts to bring you the first ever SLAMTASTIC PUPPET MINI-TOUR! "Two cities in two nights!" exclaimed Turnip visionary, Vanessa Gilbert, "It was more than even I could have ever dreamed of!"

As for how this arrangement came about, plaything & Turnip spokes-berdache, Marsian explained, &After sold out shows and with an audience that has been fatigued by reality television, I believe that these late night puppet slams are becoming the next wave in American vaudeville. . .so much so that I predict puppeteers will be the next rock stars!& Added the furry co-hostess, &It was only natural we went on tour.&

Boston puppet mogul, Carl Wieting joins the Turnip gang, as does alpha-male, Matt Kandarian, filling in for Ms. Gilbert while she is off on assignment. &I haven't been this excited to host a pupet show since Ms. Doucette's kindergarden class&, admited Kandarian, candidly.

ACTS INCLUDE:
* NY performing artist Emmy Bean with War Bride, an exploration of longing, loss, and absent love at a 2am kitchen table in 1946

*Jonny Clockworks with his small-scale piece, minutia

* Ken Berman, Frankie Cordero & Sara Frechette of Dramaton Theater performing The Traveler

* Sara Frechette performing her marrionette piece, Man on the Burning Tightrope

* Kristen Mclean performing The Story of Bird Girl in an Overture and Three Acts about the trials and tribulations of being a sensitive soul in a cruel, cruel world.

* Jim Sedgwick performing The Pope Wears Bozo Shoes, a manic multimedia adventure on the high seas, with generous helpings of intrigue, non-stop carnage, cross-dressing, and memorized lines, as well as a brief excursion down Memory Lane.

* Ceili Clemens with Remember Me

* AND OTHERS!

EXPERIENCE. . .

THE SLAMTASTIC PUPPET MINI-TOUR!
1st Stop: PROVIDENCE, RI

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17TH at 10PM:
BLOOD FROM A TURNIP
PERISHABLE THEATRE
95 Empire Street, Downtown Providence
call 401.331.2695 ext. 106 for details
www.perishable.org
All seats $5
no reservations

2nd Stop: BROOKLINE, MA

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH at 8PM:
PUPPET SHOWPLACE
37 Station Street, Brookline, MA
call 617.731.6400 for details
www.puppetshowplace.org
general $13/ students $10
reservations recommended



Deborah Nash at dn@riDance.com
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