Tuesday, October 11, 2011
See GOLEM in NYC - performed by some of the best actors in the industry!
For those of you in NYC, here's your chance to experience a wonderful performance by some of the most talented actors known to man...marionettes!
Czechoslovak American Marionette Theatre
Thurs. Nov 17 to Sun. Dec. 4th, 2011
La MaMa/Ellen Stewart Theatre, 66 East 4th Street, NYC
Clay and wood come to life in a marionette musical play based on the Jewish legend of GOLEM, a medieval robot that runs amok in an attempt to protect the Prague Ghetto. Life-size four-foot wooden marionettes interact with puppeteers, dancers and musicians.
Written and directed by Vit Horejs
Music by Frank London (of the Klezmatics)
Choreography by Naomi Goldberg-Haas
Marionettes by Jakub (Kuba) Krejci Set Design by Roman Hladik Costumes by Boris Caksiran
Lighting by Federico Restrepo
PERFORMERS: Janelle Barry, Deborah Beshaw, Fang Du, Scott Crawford, Alan Barnes Netherton,
Steven Ryan, Alex Megan Schell, Bridget Struthers, Ronny Wasserstrom
The GOLEM Band: Frank London, trumpet; Jonathan Singer, Xylophone/Percussion; Steven Whipple, Bass; Peter Cancura, winds
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit CAMTs website