Members of the Bread and Puppet Theater perform a puppet show about, well, the police state. Adam Endres and Connor Kizer open with the play Letters.
Hey, Baltimore! Are you ready for some “unrehearsed, completely imperfect and ridiculously live” cardboard-puppet action? Then get thee to the Black Cherry Puppet Theater for the all-new, all-star “A Police State Cabaret,” wherein some mighty alum of Bread and Puppet collaborate to create a feel-good, duct-taped, Luddite time for all on the theme of, well, the police state. You might see a Super PAC drag queen (with an accordion), an animal made of condoms running (flying?) for office, and/or a hoverboard. You will certainly see a lot of banners that could do double duty during a March on Washington. Cross the Capitol Steps with radical hippies, throw in some live string and brass music, cantastoria (that’s like opera, except without all those very high and very low voices), a few speeches, and “some old wise ventriloquism, for good measure.” (Edward Ericson Jr.)
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