Manos – The Hands of Felt

Puppet This and Eclectic Theater Company present

MANOS – THE HANDS OF FELT
“The Worst Movie of All Time brought to Terrifying Puppet Life!”

April 1-16
Fridays and Saturdays, 10:30pm
Industry Night performance Monday, April 11, 8pm

Can puppets really make anything better? Puppet This intends to find out! This spring they’ll run the Worst Movie of All Time through their felt-y filter to create MANOS – THE HANDS OF FELT.

The hands behind “The Knights of Nowhere” return with the story of Harold P. Warren, a man with a dream. A dream of filming a low budget horror film. But time is running out for Hal. Will uncooperative puppet actors, an ill-fated wrong turn and an evil cult spell his doom?

Inspired by “Manos – The Hands of Fate,” Mystery Science Theater 3000, and the story behind “Manos”, MANOS – THE HANDS OF FELT features characters, scenes and songs from the original movie, cut with a healthy dose of puppet mayhem.

Adapted by Rachel Jackson and Directed by Bob Koerner, MANOS – THE HANDS OF FELT features puppeteers: Sann Hall, Rachel Jackson, Michael Robles, Jenny Schmidt, Paul Velasquez and Elizabeth Westermann. Choreography by Kendra Hayes, Music Adaptation by Michael White Hayes.

Tickets: $12
$10 for students/seniors/TPS/Military/Veterans/Union Members/people escorting a puppet

206-679-3271
or http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/164180
or at the door

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About eclectictheater

Eclectic Theater is a professional theatre company in Seattle, WA., dedicated to producing and presenting original, contemporary and classic works for the stage and screen. Plays, Improv, Stand-Up and Sketch Comedy and more! Eclectic Theater is powered by Shunpike. Shunpike is the 501(c)(3) non-profit agency that fuel innovation in the arts by building productive partnerships, cultivating leadership and providing direct services to arts groups of all kinds. Learn more at www.shunpike.org.
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