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Bread and Puppet Theater: The Possibilitarians and Dead Man Rises

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Date: 01/24/2013 to 01/27/2013



Where
Boston, Massachusetts, United States 539 Tremont St.

617-286-6694

http://www.bcaonline.org


Good for: Tweens


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The Possibilitarians, a play with live music and giant puppets, addresses present day occupiers, ... Read More >>
The Possibilitarians, a play with live music and giant puppets, addresses present day occupiers, uprisers, and possibilitarians to learn from the 17th century diggers and levelers, and to start digging and leveling and opposing and countering the crumbling economic system and its inherited misrelation to Mother Earth, and to re-educate the disemployed hands & feet of the machine-age! Dead Man Rises is a fairytale-like life-size puppet show originally created by Bread & Puppet in the mid 60's, most notably performed as part of the student occupation at Columbia University in New York City in 1968. After each performance, the audience is invited to join an informal talk-back with the artists, to eat home-made sourdough rye bread smeared with aioli, and to peruse the Cheap Art for sale. $12; students & seniors, $10. Hide

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scene from The Possibilitarians. Photo by Ashley Marinaccio

 

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