Monkeys? Outer space? Silly mustaches? If any of these things interest you, then "Help Save the Monkey" is the show for you! Join Howard and Lillian on their wacky and wonderful journey to help save that monkey! Brought to us by the Brave Bucket Company, this show is sure to be a family favorite. VIEW CALENDAR HERE
"Help Save the Monkey"
Wed-Sat, July 20 - 23 @ 10:30AM and 1:00PM
Check out the trailer for Help Save the Monkey here!
About the Show:
8-year-old Howard and 80-year-old Lillian must rush to save a monkey who is about to land on Earth from outer space. Their friendship helps them overcome obstacles and self-doubts as they travel through tunnels, fly through the air, and sneak past dangerous lasers. Will they make it in time? Find out in this sublimely silly show featuring skillful puppetry, original music, hilarious dance breaks, and plenty of fake mustaches. BUY TICKETS HERE
About the Artists
Marta Mozelle (co-creator, performer: Lillian) is a playmaker, puppeteer, and builder. Performance credits include: Puss in Boots (Moises Kaufman, Gotham Chamber Opera & Blind Summit, New Victory Theater), Baby Universe (Wakka Wakka Productions, Studio Theater), Lemony Snicket's The Composer is Dead (Phantom Limb Company, Berkeley Rep), and Banksy's Sirens of the Lambs (NYC). Marta's work has appeared at cabarets and slams across the country and NYC venues including St. Ann's Warehouse, HERE Arts Center, and The Tank.
Sarah Nolen (performer: Howard) is a puppeteer and filmmaker from Austin, Texas. She has performed at the Puppets in the Green Mountains Festival, with the Boston Pops Orchestra, EnvisionFEST Hartford, Out of Bounds Festival in Austin, TX, and the 2013, 2014 & 2015 National Puppet Slams. Sarah's children's television pilot, Treeples, has been screened at the Slamdance Film Festival in Utah, the USA Film Festival, the AFI Film Festival in Dallas and the Atlanta Film Festival.
Liz Hara (co-creator, original cast member) is a writer, builder, and puppeteer. Her work has been presented at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival, the New Orleans Fringe Festival, the National Puppetry Festival, and theaters across the U.S. Liz also toured internationally with Wakka Wakka’s production of SAGA. Liz has built puppets and costumes for Mirror Mirror (Miramax, 2012,) Avenue Q, The Lion King, and Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark. She currently works for Sesame Street as a writer, puppet and costume builder, and wrangler. http://www.bravebucket.com/