Warhol

Warhol

Warhol

Drama of Works in: WARHOL™

Directed by Gretchen Van Lente
Warhol puppet designed and built by David Michael Friend
Sound Design by Jill DuBoff
Costumes by Mary Trumbour

Before the nose job and legal name change, Andrew Warhola was a sweet gifted boy who loved his mother. Society would love to believe he was a sex-obsessed, druggie, party-hopper. But with pop icons, the truth doesn’t really matter, does it? In their latest puppet-theatre piece, Drama of Works probes into the double life of this consumerist icon, where a soup can plays his mother and his life is literally boxed up into his signature Brillo Pad creations.

This performance is presented as a part of The New, New Stuff a three week festival of new and emerging artists. Click here for full festival listings.

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Apr. 28 – May 1
Post-show reception: Apr 28
Thursday – Saturday, 8 p.m.
Sun. at 5 p.m.

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