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Phone (888) 718-4253
Price $12
Age Suitability None Specified
Categories Fairs & Festivals Film

The Man Who Made Angels Fly

Saturday, Mar 1 4:15p to 5:30p
Washington Dcjcc Washington, DC

Renowned puppeteer Michael Meschke and his family escaped from Nazi Germany to Sweden when he was a young boy. His childhood experience, and family lore, informed his philosophically rich marionette work, and over six decades he built up a collection of over 3,000 puppets. Each has its own unique story and unmistakable personality: the charismatic Don Quixote; the lovely Penelope; the inquisitive Baptiste, and the mysterious Antigone.

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