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    Bread & Puppet Theater: The Possibilitarians and Dead Man Rises

    Presented by and Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) at BCA Cyclorama

    January 24 - January 27, 2013


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    Bread & Puppet Theater: The Possibilitarians and Dead Man Rises

    Commencing its 50th anniversary of presenting in-earnest socio-political puppetry, the long-standing award-winning Vermont-based Bread & Puppet Theater, featuring Artistic Director Peter Schumann and his troupe of puppeteers, returns for its 6th annual visit to the Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts. This year, the one week residency includes the evening double bill of The...

    Commencing its 50th anniversary of presenting in-earnest socio-political puppetry, the long-standing award-winning Vermont-based Bread & Puppet Theater, featuring Artistic Director Peter Schumann and his troupe of puppeteers, returns for its 6th annual visit to the Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts. This year, the one week residency includes the evening double bill of The Possibilitarians and Dead Man Rises (recommended for ages 12 & older).

    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.


    BCA Cyclorama

    539 Tremont Street
    Boston, MA 02118

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    Admission Info:

    $12 general admission ($10 students, seniors, & groups)


    General Day and Time Info:

    With a short intermission between the two segments.


    Phone: 866-811-4111


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