Interviews with Slam Artists

Enda O. Breadon
Honolulu

April 16, 2012 – April 17, 2012

Enda O. Breadon curates the Kolohe Puppet Slam in Honolulu and has worked as an actor, director, movement coach and playwright across the United States and Europe. 

Lana Schwarcz
Melbourne

April 10, 2012

Most of our slams are no tech, and we ask the audience to bring torches to light the artists.  It’s slightly shambolic but a really great way to present the night and the audience stays engaged and interactive. (More)

Alissa Hunnicutt
Brooklyn

March 14, 2012

I couldn’t have gotten the pieces ready without using puppet slams as my development sandbox.  (More)

Honey Goodenough
NYC

March 10, 2012

the format really appeals to today’s audience. (More)