and its upcoming workshop production of environmental puppetry
Once There Were Six Seasons
Feb. 21st – March 3rd. Thursdays-Saturdays @ 8 PM, Sundays @ 6 PM.
Salvage Vanguard Theatre, 2803 E. Manor Road, Austin, TX, 78722 - click for map
Tickets: Sliding scale $12-$20.
Pay-what-you-can: Sunday February 24th.
Some ASL interpreted performances (see ticketing site for details).
The two-weekend workshop performance will include opportunities for audience feedback and interaction, including talkbacks hosted by Rudy Ramirez and In.gredients.
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Glass Half Full Theatre presents a workshop production of Once There Were Six Seasons, an original work of environmental puppetry. Puppeteers manipulate vast miniature landscapes to address the impact of climate change on subsistence societies around the world. From the Arctic to the Philippines to the high plains of Texas, this work highlights how the accelerating pace of human-caused climate change has outstripped the ability of traditional cultures to adapt their lifestyles. From B. Iden Payne award-winning director and writer Caroline Reck, with an award winning cast of puppeteer/performers: Connor Hopkins, Rommel Sulit, Noel Gaulin, Gricelda Silva, and Parker Dority, and award-wining designers Eliot Haynes and Stephen Pruitt.