In Hand to God, Liam Forde brilliantly portrays not one, but two characters. One is a withdrawn teenager. The other, Tyrone, a demonic, foul-mouthed puppet.
Signture's "Girlstar" falls apart at the seams, while "Avenue Q" is all the better for them
A nonconformist troupe brings to Woolly's stage an extraordinary spectacle of puppetry
Man, if we had a dollar for every time we’ve seen a drag queen onstage simulating a three-way with satanic puppets, we’d have… a dollar...
The Shakespeare Theatre Company offers a short run of Petrushka, acclaimed puppeteer Basil Twist’s 2001 work of puppetry and magic, a re-imagining of the famous...
Until just a few years ago, Joe Goode considered himself a ''puppetphobe.'' ''Puppets seemed like children's theater,'' says the innovative choreographer. ''The cuteness factor was...