Remembering Evangeline is inspired by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s poem “Evangeline, A Tale of Acadie.” It is an odyssey filled with love, shoes, and wanderings, with the Korean War as a backdrop.
Bird Machine is a play of technology, a play of object art/puppets: from its transformative environment, to ghost-like stick birds, shadow puppetry, and multi-media.
A Comic Book Mash-Up of the Greatest Love Story Ever Told! Consumerism never felt so good!
The Bystander Project is a stage adaptation of the celebrated James Preller anti-bullying novel for young adults, Bystander, incorporating a blend of narrative storytelling, movement, projections, and music.
Elements of dance, clowning, and Commedia dell’Arte bring to life this heart-warming tale, exploring dreams of adventure, the difficulties of leaving home and what it means to be Italian.
Geppetto: Extraordinary Extremities is “Part one-man show, part puppet theater, part musical performance, Geppetto‘s unique storytelling elements makes its short hour-long run performance a special one.”
The effect of one man embodying this enormous literary epic in 60 minutes, using Melville’s text, is simultaneously playful and profound.
In a world created entirely of paper, in which women and water are metaphors for one another, this heartwarming new work, explores themes of conservation and regeneration, and at its heart, our eternal quest for happiness.
Emotional, vivid and hauntingly lyrical, it is an exploration of isolation and connection and is an evening of intense, intimate revelations.
Imperia, Save the World: ‘Cause Baby, No Worry, No Funk, Time to be Sunshine Drunk stars: Imperia, a fictional goddess; Margaret Thatcher; Winnie Mandela, and Indira Gandhi, as well as their male counterparts.
WanderLUSTers Present “Achtung Grimm!” is the gothic and operatic retelling of the Brothers Grimm cannon by an out-of-work traveling, singing carnival troupe.
“Fear Death by Fire!”
The Haunted Salior is a site-specific journey through the rooms of an aged sailor; in the rooms we meet the hearts he has won and the loves he has lost.