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Let’s Prank Call Each is a surreal, darkly funny, and fast-paced live-action comic book that takes audiences inside the twisted psyche of zach dorn. Premiered off-broadway at ArsNova, 2017.

“…an exquisite and extraordinary show.” “…the most wonderfully whacked-out experiences…” – Orlando Weekly “…the wonder he inspires is transformative.” – Cincinnati City Beat

****1/2 stars – Winnipeg Free Press. OUTSTANDING PUPPET PERFORMANCE – San Diego Fringe. OUTSTANDING MULTIMEDIA PERFORMANCE – San Diego Fringe. CRITIC’S PICK – Orlando Weekly. CRITIC’S PICK – Cincinnati City Beat. ENCORE PERFORMANCE – Cincy Fringe.

Digital cameras are manipulated through paper dioramas to unearth miniature landscapes and two-dimensional puppets as dorn casts hand-cut silhouettes across the walls.

zach dorn is a performer and animator living in Los Angeles. He was the inaugural awardee of the Julie Taymor World Theater Fellowship. His work has premiered at the REDCAT Center for Contemporary Arts in Downtown LA and ArsNova in New York.

Dianna’s Studio of Dance

3/6/20    10:00pm
3/7/20 8:00pm
3/8/20 5:00pm
3/13/20 7:00pm
3/14/20 8:00pm

There are 7 Comments on this post

  1. Erin S
    3 months ago

    Loved this show! Zach takes you on a fun, fascinating, and frenetic journey through stories and interludes from his life. He brings you into his incredible hand drawn, 2D puppet worlds and features intricate shadow puppets in this wacky whirlwind show. I recommend it!

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  2. Beth
    3 months ago

    The sheer mass of amazing artistry makes this show a stand out. A blend of visual artistry, media prowess, and comedic performance. You should go!!

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  3. Kevin
    3 months ago

    This show was lots of fun! The work that Zach put into this show is astounding! The puppets and sets are so beautiful!

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  4. Paul Gilmore
    3 months ago

    Incredible. If you like dioramas, hand-held video camera projection, overhead projectors with beautiful, delicate stencils, stories about walking your dog and receiving unconditional love, attempts to connect with anyone, odd cardboard replicas of Dillard’s and Blockbuster stores, and just general funny sad thoughtful energy, then this is your show. I will someday prank call this guy.

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  5. Annalise R
    3 months ago

    Unquestionably, the detailed artistry and craftsmanship in this show is stupendous and like nothing I have ever seen before; however, Zach’s ability to communicate dynamic themes and stories shines through his masterpieces into a profound performance. Get ready for a rollercoaster of hilarity, authenticity, and emotion!!

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  6. Shane Scurvy Spears
    3 months ago

    A fantastic show, brimming with clever puppetry, comedy, melancholy and an endearing aesthetic that pulls you in and makes you want more. The fact that this is performed live is quite a feat.

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  7. Lorie Ham
    3 months ago

    Just added a review of this show up on Kings River Life’s review post https://kingsriverlife.com/03/07/rogue-festival-reviews-2020/

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