Growing Up Linda – Fudgie’s Death, Baltimore (performance)

On Friday, April 29th, 2011, I performed Fudgie’s Death, a short segment from Growing Up Linda at 14Karat Cabaret during the Transmodern Festival as part of Travesty at Hand:  an evening of poupées, toupees and dummies. Baltimore’s New Urbanite described the performance as “eccentric adult puppetry that oscillates between adorable, abject, campy, and earnest”.

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City Paper – 4/27/11, Baltimore (press)

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On April 27th, 2011, City Paper in Baltimore, covered the Transmodern Festival, which featured a photo and mention of Fudgie’s Death, which I was performing. In Fudgie’s Death, I transformed table-top pop-up books into full-screen cinema. This  neo-noir tale of depravity is centered on the daughter of a famous ice cream mogul, who must come to terms with her troubled past,

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Calgary Herald (interview)

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On March 12th, 2011,  The Calgary Herald published an interview that described my work as “light years away from the child-oriented Muppets universe that Jim Henson introduced.” While at the International Animated Objects Festival, I performed Fudgie’s Death, presented an artist-talk,  Object/Fetishand introduced a Handmade Puppet Dreams screening.

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Growing Up Linda – Fudgie’s Death, Calgary (performance)

On March 11th and 12th, 2011, I performed Fudgie’s Death at International Festival of Animated Objects in Calgary as part of their Dolly Wiggler Cabaret. While in Calgary, I was also photographed by one of the festival organizers, Sean Dennie, I was interviewed by the Calgary Herald and a local radio station, presented my lecture, Object/Fetish at Club Sapien, and introduced a screening of Handmade Puppet Dreams.

Growing Up Linda – Fudgie’s Death, Gallery at Avalon Island, Orlando (performance)

Marsian De Lellis, 2010, Photo: K Bast, Poster: Ibex Puppetry
Marsian De Lellis, 2010, Photo: K Bast, Poster: Ibex Puppetry

On Saturday, December 4th, 2010, I performed Fudgie’s Death, at Theater at Avalon Island as part of Puppets from the Edge.  Produced by Ibex Puppetry, Puppets from The Edge was evening of short form puppetry for adults, which I curated and hosted with Hannah Miller during the 2010 Orlando Puppet Festival.

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Growing Up Linda – Fudgie’s Death, Winnipeg (performance)

L: Photo: K. Basta, R: Puppet Apocalypse poster
L: Photo: K. Basta, R: Puppet Apocalypse poster

On July 5th, 2010, I performed Fudgie’s Death at the at the Park Theatre in Winnipeg for Puppet Apocalypse, Winnipeg Puppet Collective’s innaugural puppet slam. Fudgie’s Death was a neo-noir segment from Growing Up Linda in which the daughter of a famous ice cream mogul must come to terms with her troubled past. In Fudgie’s Death, I transformed table-top pop-up books into full-screen cinema.

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Brooklyn Independant Television (interview)

On July 1st, 2010, I  was interviewed on Brooklyn Independant Television (BIT)’s Neighborhood Beat series by Kecia Elan Cole. In the segment, Your passport to Brooklyn, I was interviewed about Fudgie’s Death, which I was performing at St. Ann’s Warehouse for the Great Small Works’ Toy Theatre Festival. Fudgie’s Death was a segment of Growing Up Linda in which the troubled daughter of an ice cream mogul spirals downward into frosting, substance abuse, and Fudgie the Whale.

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Growing Up Linda – Fudgie’s Death, Waterford, CT (performance)

Marsian De Lellis, Liz Hara, 2010
Marsian De Lellis, Liz Hara, 2010

On Wednesday, June 16th, 2010, I performed Fudgie’s Death,  at Blue Gene’s Pub during the National Puppetry Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, assisted by Liz Hara.  Fudgie’s Death, a short segment from Growing Up Linda, is a neo-noir tale of depravity centered on the daughter of a famous ice cream mogul, who must come to terms with her troubled past.

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Growing Up Linda – Fudgie’s Death, Orlando Fringe (Performance)

2010, Photo: K. Basta
2010, Photo: K. Basta

On May 24th, 2010,  I performed Fudgie’s Death at the Orlando Fringe Festival. Fudgie’s Death was a neo-noir segment from Growing Up Linda in which the daughter of a famous ice cream mogul must come to terms with her troubled past. In Fudgie’s Death, I transformed table-top pop-up books into full-screen cinema. There were 3 Shows between May 24th, 2010 – May 28th, 2010.

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Growing Up Linda – Fudgie’s Death, Chicago (performance)

 

On May 7th through May 9th, 2010, I performed Fudgie’s Death at Links Hall in Chicago as part of Banners and Cranks: A Festival of Cantastoria, curated by Clare Dolan and Dave Buchen. Fudgie’s Death is a neo-noir segment from Growing Up Linda in which the daughter of a famous ice cream mogul must come to terms with her troubled past. In Fudgie’s Death, I transform table-top pop-up books into full-screen cinema.

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