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First, we touch junk. Next, get your mind out of the gutter. The title and graphics got you here so, come see our show. We tell tales via the craft of junk puppetry. And our poster? It’s in the show.

This found object (we like to call junk) puppetry show features the talents of Aileen Imperatrice, Dorian Margaret, John Masier, Mallory Moad, and Tony Imperatrice and is helmed by Marcel Nunis.

The show will be performed in the Tent Of Tales… a tent in the backyard of 416 E. Brown Avenue… only a 5 minute drive from the Tower District. Do dress warmly.

http://www.theatrejnerique.com

Tent of Tales

3/7/20     7:00PM
3/8/20 8:30PM
3/11/20 8:30PM
3/12/20 7:00PM
3/13/20 8:30PM

 

There are 8 Comments on this post

  1. Ed
    3 months ago

    Quirky, funny, sad. Not gonna spoil it here, but I’ll bet most people will find something here they didn’t expect. Enjoy!

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  2. Brian Marquez
    3 months ago

    This show was so intimate and special. It made me cry and laugh. You should come see it!

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  3. Lisi
    3 months ago

    Word on the street is this show is FANtastic!

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  4. James (Mingalaba)
    3 months ago

    I greatly enjoyed this show… twice! What a wonderful world it creates. Each section really moved me. And the music!! That music is awesome! Thanks for touching my heart.

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  5. Sarah Matsui
    3 months ago

    ‘Touching Junk’ was expectedly fun, unexpectedly moving and tender. It’s amazing how compelling of a story these performers are able to tell using only their bodies, voices, and some “junk.” Highly recommend!

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  6. Jennifer
    3 months ago

    Loved this! I thought it was going to be Touching JUNK. Didn’t realize it was TOUCHING Junk. Charming.

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  7. Inga Minton
    3 months ago

    This was spectacular!!! One more performance tomorrow, don’t miss this!! Do NOT think you know what to expect. You will shed a tear while laughing though! Original live music was perfect.
    #HOWCANABOXMAKEMECRY?

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  8. Marc
    3 months ago

    A very fun and thought-provoking piece complete with excellent puppetry and music. Go see it!

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