Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Puppet Showplace Theater Celebrates 40 years - with a show at Wheelock!

Puppet Showplace Theater: The 40th Anniversary Exhibit

January 28 - February 21, 2015

Towne Art Gallery at the Wheelock Family Theatre

180 The Riverway, Boston 02215

Gallery Talk: February 11, 2015, noon - 1 p.m.
Reception: January 31, 2015, noon - 2 p.m.
Gallery Closed: February 14, 2015

This exhibition celebrates Puppet Showplace Theater's 40th anniversary by showcasing decades of work by the theater's resident and affiliated artists. Historic puppet characters made by founder Mary Churchill and master puppeteer Paul Vincent-Davis will be presented alongside the work of New England-based puppet companies who have made Puppet Showplace their home. The exhibit will also showcase innovative work by young and emerging artists. Visit to learn more.

The exhibition will coincide with
Wheelock Family Theatre's production of Pinocchio, featuring puppetry created in collaboration with Puppet Showplace Theater.

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