Please Ship This Wet Gift is one clown’s presentation about terrible feelings, and provides an opportunity for family audiences to laugh together about feeling bad. Everyone can go home when she thinks you’re prepared.
(because its better if you’re prepared.)
(…and she’ll be the guy who prepared you.)
This original work uses drawing, audience suggestions, made-up songs, puppetry, and cardboard sharks to explore dealing with the things in life that are unfair, scary, sad, and just really annoying.
This is Brave Bucket’s second work for family audiences. The show melds clown theater with puppetry expertise to bring compassion and lightness to the heavy stuff.
Recommended for children ages 4+, and for adults who like awesome things.
Created and Performed by Marta Mozelle
Directed by Hannah Simms
Saturday, June 3 at 3:30 PM (doors 3:00 PM); approximately 55-minutes, no intermission
Be sure to join theater artist, clown, and puppeteer Marta Mozelle MacRostie for the hands-on mini-workshop, Hand-Play Coordination: The Most Puppety No-Puppet Puppetry, on Saturday, June 3 at 11:00 AM.
Tickets are available for $15 in advance, $18 at the door, and $22 for preferred seating (pay-what-you-can available)