Calle Allende: A puppet theatre production
Saturday, Sep 16 | 8:00 PM
Lyric Hall Presents
Calle Allende by Anatar Marmol-Gagné
Saturday, September 16 at 8 p.m.
[Frida Kahlo Puppet by Anatar Marmol-Gagne]
Lyric Hall will present Calle Allende created and directed by Anatar Marmol-Gagné, featuring Katayoun Amir-Aslani, Darren Lee Brown and Noel William, on Saturday, September 16 at 8 p.m. Lyric Hall is located at 827 Whalley Ave, New Haven, CT.
Puppet theatre production Calle Allende brings to life Frida Kahlo’s struggle to reconcile her broken self and dying inspiration. Kahlo’s pain has clouded her, but in a moment of clarity inspired by an entry in her diary, she realizes that without her imagination, she will lose her lifeline.
“I am not sick. I am broken. But I am happy to be alive as long as I can paint.” Frida Kahlo.
Anatar Marmol-Gagné is originally from Caracas, Venezuela. She is an MFA candidate in the Puppet Arts Program at the University of Connecticut and has as a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Creative Writing from Hunter College. Her strong background in art, dance, writing, fiber and fabrication all comes together seamlessly with her love for puppetry. As a puppeteer, Anatar has trained at the National Puppetry Conference at the O’Neill Theater Center, taught children’s puppet workshops, performed in puppet slams and festivals, and founded and curates the Pinned & Sewtured Puppet Slam in New Haven, CT.
Admission is $10. Must be 21 to drink. Cash Bar. This is not a child’s puppet show.