'Puppeteer's True Story' - next Simpich show Sept. 24-Nov. 7
Using marionette puppets he made in the likeness of historical figures or literary
characters who influenced his life, David Simpich will present his original show,
“Portraits: A Puppeteer's True Story,” Sept. 24 to Nov. 7 at the Simpich
Showcase, 2413 W. Colorado Ave.
Pinocchio, as carved by David Simpich, is one
of the characters featured in his “Portraits: A Puppeteer's True Story,” running
Sept. 24 to Nov. 7 at the Simpich Showcase, 2413 W. Colorado Ave.
Courtesy of Simpich Showcase
The cast will include King David, Helen Keller, Abraham Lincoln, Pinocchio, cave
explorer Jim White, Joseph Merrick (The Elephant Man) and even Simpich's own
great grandmother, Harriet Ritter.
Shows will be Wednesdays and Fridays through Sundays. Ticket prices range
from $12 to $14.
Performances are recommended for ages 6 and up.
For more information, call the box office at 465-2492 or go to simpich.com.
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