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Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] A Spoon Puppet is a spoon is a puppet


Now, I bet that show was funny!   And it got censored?

Mary

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> [Original Message]
> From: Alan Cook <alangregorycook-AT-msn.com>
> To: <puptcrit-AT-lists.driftline.org>
> Date: 6/23/2006 2:46:39 AM
> Subject: [Puptcrit] A Spoon Puppet is a spoon is a puppet
>
> Many years ago and then some, I was at the Art Building of the Los
Angeles County Fair, performing a Spoon Puppet to LeRoy Anderson's "The
Stripper" music. The Spoon's outfit slowly descended revealing the wooden
handle in all its non-voluptuosness. The kicker is that we got censored. A
bare wood handle was too much for sensitive morality buffs.
> So was that neo-puppetry or just Spoon Puppetry? (The spoon had a face
and yarn hair),
> ALAN COOK
>
>
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>    1. Re: X(=Neo?)-puppetry (mjm)
>    2. How to vent the spleen through puppetry (malgosia askanas)
>    3. Re: Americas Got Talent (EC Lindstrom)
>    4. Re: X(=Neo?)-puppetry (malgosia askanas)
>    5. Re: How to vent the spleen through puppetry (Mathieu Ren?)
>    6. Re: How to vent the spleen through puppetry (EC Lindstrom)
>    7. Re: How to vent the spleen through puppetry (Richard Johnson)
>    8. Re: How to vent the spleen through puppetry (Sandy Barton)
>    9. Animal Farm at Mum (Robert Smythe)
>   10. Re: X(=Neo?)-puppetry (Caro Naidin)
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> Message: 1
> Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 16:00:29 -0500
> From: mjm <mmoynihan-AT-wi.rr.com>
> Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] X(=Neo?)-puppetry
> To: puptcrit-AT-lists.driftline.org
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> I'm now very neo-confused.
> Is this neo?
> http://tinyurl.com/z3zrf
>
> mjm
>
> On Jun 22, 2006, at 11:26 AM, Widerman-AT-aol.com wrote:
>
> >
> > Before I become confused by how I categorize my forms of Puppetry, my 
> > way  of
> > understanding object puppets implies the use of ordinary objects 
> > manipulated
> > as entertainment. Any performance employing the use of kitchen spoons 
> > or
> > other  silverware, as in all the examples below, would to me, by 
> > definition be
> > object puppetry.
> >
> > A spoon is a household object, and employing it as a puppet creates a 
> > very
> > different significance than the fabrication of a puppet that 
> > represents a
> > spoon,  which I would think of as a more traditional form of Puppetry. 
> > "Lion  King"
> > masks and puppets are clearly not found object puppets, but were 
> > created
> > specifically for that production. Are they "neo"? Someone will have to 
> > define
> > that for me.
> >
> >      -Steven->
> >
> >
> > In a message dated 6/22/2006 10:59:24 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> > ma-AT-panix.com writes:
> >
> > Dear  Stephen,
> >
> > This is not quite what I am trying to get at.  Maybe it  will help if
> > I outline some hypothetical puppet shows that we can use as  examples:
> >
> > 1.  This is a puppet show about the Royal House of  England.  All the
> > puppets are pieces of silverware, and the Queen is  played by a soup
> > spoon.   The puppets are operated so as to  create in the audience a
> > maximum forgetfulness that what they is viewing  is a bunch of spoons,
> > forks and knives.  You can say this is trad  puppetry.
> >
> > 2. This is a puppet show about the Royal Family of  Dishland.  In
> > Dishland, the ruling dynasty is the Silverware Dynasty,  and the
> > current Queen is Queen Soupspoon.  Here, the audience is  aware that
> > they are viewing silverware, but the silverware is  anthropomorphized
> > - the story is told as if objects could live normal  human lives, and
> > the puppets (i.e. the silverware) are operated so as to  make this
> > believable.  This, too, is trad puppetry.
> >
> > 3.   This is an object performance about the goings-on within the
> > Royal House  of England.   There is a narrator narrating events, and
> > illustrating them by manipulating various objects.  A spoon with a
> > wig is used to "stand in" for the Queen.  No attempt is made to
> > create any illusion, and the "puppets" are used the way little
> > movable  pin-ups on a map might be used to illustrate a narrative
> > about troop  movements in a military campaign.  This is, broadly
> > speaking, in the  same category of puppetry as your "Lion King"
> > example - if you disagree,  maybe we should treat the "Lion King"
> > example as a separate  one.
> >
> > 4.  This is a theater piece about the Queen of England,  involving
> > live actors and puppetry.  The Queen  is at the dinner  table eating
> > her soup, when the soup-spoon falls into her lap and  immediately
> > starts taking root there.  Now the Queen has a soup spoon  growing out
> > of her.  Soon the spoon sprouts other spoons, and the  Queen's body is
> > partly taken over by this alien inanimate life.  One  might say that
> > the spoon has now become Queen of England, but in a very  different
> > way than in any of the preceding examples.   This is  the kind of
> > thing that I was calling X-puppetry.  Daniel is right, I  think, to
> > connect it to Surrealism, although I think these kinds of themes  also
> > make their appearance before Surrealism - for example, in  Romanticism.
> >
> > -m
> >
> >
> >> Dear Malgosia,
> >>   Let  me get this straight. Are you saying that the difference 
> >> between
> >> neo-  and traditional puppetry is whether or not the focus is on the
> >> illusion  of life in the  performing object?
> >> If that is the case than one of  the best examples of the neo- genre 
> >> is
> >> Taymor's "Lion King." The Lion  Heads worn  on top of the actors heads
> >> are neo- because they  merely imply "lion-ess"  (or is it "lionocity")
> >> while not  literally portraying an illusion of a living lion. On the
> >> other hand,  the shadow puppet lions from the same show are in 
> >> strictly
> >> trad  mode.
> >> I think Jurkowski spelled out some of these ideas in his  writings. He
> >> talks a great deal about the way puppet "signs" have  changed over 
> >> time,
> >> and he identifies the death of the illusion of life  in the puppet as 
> >> a
> >> characteristic of contemporary Western  puppetry.
> >> Stephen
> >
> >
> >
> >
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> "Do not impose on others what you yourself do not desire." ? Confucius
>
> "I hear and I forget.
> I see and I remember.
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> Confucius
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 2
> Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 18:47:19 -0400 (EDT)
> From: "malgosia askanas" <ma-AT-panix.com>
> Subject: [Puptcrit] How to vent the spleen through puppetry
> To: puptcrit-AT-driftline.org
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> I received the following wonderful suggestion from Gregory MacNaughton:
>
> These Puptcrit spats make me think of the Taiwanese puppeteers I have had
the 
> fortune to meet and with whom I have studied. Taiwan of course is a
rather 
> condensed geographic location which at one time had hundreds of puppet
companies
> competing against one another. Puppeteers would frequently have spats and
> arguments but they would not vent their spleen in conversation but in a
puppet
> show. I wonder if we could challenge everyone on the list that if they
have
> something provocative (or rude or insulting) that they want to say to
someone
> on the list, they should create a short piece, film it and post it to us
all
> watch. That way we can have our petty disagreemnts but they would always
be
> related to puppetry. Instead of trading obnoxious baiting and petty 
> insults, let's encourage eachother to deveolp some chops. There is no way
we 
> can stop being petty but at least we could be creative about it. - Gregory
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 3
> Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 15:59:27 -0700 (PDT)
> From: "EC Lindstrom" <elndstrm-AT-halcyon.com>
> Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] Americas Got Talent
> To: puptcrit-AT-lists.driftline.org
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> Congrats both to Steve and Kevin (if He'
> s on this list, otherwise, well, maybe these congratulatory particles will
> reach him wherever he is right now).
>
> Eric L.
>
> > Kevin Johnson, ventriloquist from LegoLand did a
> > great job on America's Got Talent tonight.  He
> > used our Cockatoo and Bird Arm Illusion, and
> > another Buzzard puppet.   Go Kevin!
> >
> > Ax
> >
> > Steve Axtell
> > Axtell Expressions, Inc.
> > ****************************************
> > <http://www.axtell.com>Amazing Puppet Characters Web Site
> > New show "<http://www.axtelevision.com>AxTelevision" on DVD
> > International <http://www.axtell.com/performers.html>Performer's
Directory
> > The original content of this email or attachments is ? Axtell
Expressions,
> > Inc.
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> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 4
> Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 19:01:56 -0400 (EDT)
> From: "malgosia askanas" <ma-AT-panix.com>
> Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] X(=Neo?)-puppetry
> To: puptcrit-AT-lists.driftline.org
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>
> Steven, as far as I am concerned, I don't think that the distinction
you're
> making can really be maintained.  If I make a spoon especially for the
> performance and make it look just like a piece of silverware, why would
this
> be a different kind of puppetry than if I buy the spoon in a kitchen
store?
> What if I paint a face on my bought spoon?  Put a dress on it?
> Attach arms and legs to it?  At what point would my act stop being one
kind 
> of puppetry and start being another?
>
> Me, I think the important thing is how the object is used in performance,
not 
> how it was manufactured or acquired.  If it is used the way a puppet
> would traditionally be used, it's traditional puppetry.  But we could
agree
> to disagree.
>
> -m
>
> > Before I become confused by how I categorize my forms of Puppetry, my
way  of 
> > understanding object puppets implies the use of ordinary objects
manipulated  
> > as entertainment. Any performance employing the use of kitchen spoons
or 
> > other  silverware, as in all the examples below, would to me, by
definition be  
> > object puppetry. 
> >  
> > A spoon is a household object, and employing it as a puppet creates a
very  
> > different significance than the fabrication of a puppet that represents
a 
> > spoon,  which I would think of as a more traditional form of Puppetry.
"Lion  King" 
> > masks and puppets are clearly not found object puppets, but were
created  
> > specifically for that production. Are they "neo"? Someone will have to
define  
> > that for me.
> >  
> >      -Steven->
> >  
> >  
> > In a message dated 6/22/2006 10:59:24 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
> > ma-AT-panix.com writes:
> > 
> > Dear  Stephen,
> > 
> > This is not quite what I am trying to get at.  Maybe it  will help if 
> > I outline some hypothetical puppet shows that we can use as  examples:
> > 
> > 1.  This is a puppet show about the Royal House of  England.  All the 
> > puppets are pieces of silverware, and the Queen is  played by a soup 
> > spoon.   The puppets are operated so as to  create in the audience a 
> > maximum forgetfulness that what they is viewing  is a bunch of spoons, 
> > forks and knives.  You can say this is trad  puppetry.
> > 
> > 2. This is a puppet show about the Royal Family of  Dishland.  In 
> > Dishland, the ruling dynasty is the Silverware Dynasty,  and the 
> > current Queen is Queen Soupspoon.  Here, the audience is  aware that 
> > they are viewing silverware, but the silverware is  anthropomorphized 
> > - the story is told as if objects could live normal  human lives, and 
> > the puppets (i.e. the silverware) are operated so as to  make this 
> > believable.  This, too, is trad puppetry.
> > 
> > 3.   This is an object performance about the goings-on within the 
> > Royal House  of England.   There is a narrator narrating events, and  
> > illustrating them by manipulating various objects.  A spoon with a  
> > wig is used to "stand in" for the Queen.  No attempt is made to  
> > create any illusion, and the "puppets" are used the way little 
> > movable  pin-ups on a map might be used to illustrate a narrative 
> > about troop  movements in a military campaign.  This is, broadly 
> > speaking, in the  same category of puppetry as your "Lion King" 
> > example - if you disagree,  maybe we should treat the "Lion King" 
> > example as a separate  one.
> > 
> > 4.  This is a theater piece about the Queen of England,  involving 
> > live actors and puppetry.  The Queen  is at the dinner  table eating 
> > her soup, when the soup-spoon falls into her lap and  immediately 
> > starts taking root there.  Now the Queen has a soup spoon  growing out 
> > of her.  Soon the spoon sprouts other spoons, and the  Queen's body is 
> > partly taken over by this alien inanimate life.  One  might say that 
> > the spoon has now become Queen of England, but in a very  different 
> > way than in any of the preceding examples.   This is  the kind of 
> > thing that I was calling X-puppetry.  Daniel is right, I  think, to 
> > connect it to Surrealism, although I think these kinds of themes  also 
> > make their appearance before Surrealism - for example, in  Romanticism.
> > 
> > -m
> > 
> > 
> > >Dear Malgosia,
> > >   Let  me get this straight. Are you saying that the difference
between
> > >neo-  and traditional puppetry is whether or not the focus is on the
> > >illusion  of life in the  performing object?
> > >If that is the case than one of  the best examples of the neo- genre is
> > >Taymor's "Lion King." The Lion  Heads worn  on top of the actors heads
> > >are neo- because they  merely imply "lion-ess"  (or is it "lionocity")
> > >while not  literally portraying an illusion of a living lion. On the
> > >other hand,  the shadow puppet lions from the same show are in strictly
> > >trad  mode.
> > >I think Jurkowski spelled out some of these ideas in his  writings. He
> > >talks a great deal about the way puppet "signs" have  changed over
time,
> > >and he identifies the death of the illusion of life  in the puppet as a
> > >characteristic of contemporary Western  puppetry.
> > >Stephen
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > 
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> > 
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 5
> Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 19:13:20 -0400
> From: Mathieu Ren? <creaturiste-AT-magma.ca>
> Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] How to vent the spleen through puppetry
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> I agree!
>
>
> -paraphrasing the Mayor, in the Nightmare Before Christmas:
> "What a splendid Idea, This [idea] sounds fun! I fully Endorse it! Let's
Try 
> it at once!"
>
> I can't wait to see such honest shows!
>
>
> Mathieu Ren? Cr?aturiste
> Marionnettes, Masques, Etcetera...
> Puppets, Masks, Etcetera...
> www.creaturiste.com
> creaturiste-AT-magma.ca
> (514) 274-8027 
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 6
> Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 16:05:37 -0700 (PDT)
> From: "EC Lindstrom" <elndstrm-AT-halcyon.com>
> Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] How to vent the spleen through puppetry
> To: puptcrit-AT-lists.driftline.org
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> Actually, that sounds like a marvelous way to handle these things, though
> I'd be scared to see what might happen if Royal De Luxe took this
> approach. . .
>
>
> Eric L.
>
> > I received the following wonderful suggestion from Gregory MacNaughton:
> >
> > These Puptcrit spats make me think of the Taiwanese puppeteers I have
had
> > the
> > fortune to meet and with whom I have studied. Taiwan of course is a
rather
> > condensed geographic location which at one time had hundreds of puppet
> > companies
> > competing against one another. Puppeteers would frequently have spats
and
> > arguments but they would not vent their spleen in conversation but in a
> > puppet
> > show. I wonder if we could challenge everyone on the list that if they
> > have
> > something provocative (or rude or insulting) that they want to say to
> > someone
> > on the list, they should create a short piece, film it and post it to us
> > all
> > watch. That way we can have our petty disagreemnts but they would always
> > be
> > related to puppetry. Instead of trading obnoxious baiting and petty
> > insults, let's encourage eachother to deveolp some chops. There is no
way
> > we
> > can stop being petty but at least we could be creative about it. -
Gregory
> > _______________________________________________
> > List address: puptcrit-AT-lists.driftline.org
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> >
>
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 7
> Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 19:40:18 -0400
> From: "Richard Johnson" <djdick-AT-georgiasouthern.edu>
> Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] How to vent the spleen through puppetry
> To: <puptcrit-AT-lists.driftline.org>
> Message-ID: <000a01c69655$389938b0$7400a8c0-AT-rbjpc>
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> Hurrah!!!!! Huzzah!!! And things like that!!!!
>
> Richard B. Johnson, Husband, Father, Grandfather, Actor, Director,
> Puppeteer, Playwright, Teacher,Writer, Thingmaker, Mormon, Person, Fool. 
I
> sometimes think that the last persona is the most important- and most
> valuable.
> Http://www.PuppenRich.com 
> Http://three-score-and-ten-ormore.blogspot.com
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: puptcrit-bounces-AT-lists.driftline.org
> [mailto:puptcrit-bounces-AT-lists.driftline.org] On Behalf Of malgosia
askanas
> Sent: Thursday, June 22, 2006 6:47 PM
> To: puptcrit-AT-driftline.org
> Subject: [Puptcrit] How to vent the spleen through puppetry
>
>
> I received the following wonderful suggestion from Gregory MacNaughton:
>
> These Puptcrit spats make me think of the Taiwanese puppeteers I have had
> the 
> fortune to meet and with whom I have studied. Taiwan of course is a
rather 
> condensed geographic location which at one time had hundreds of puppet
> companies competing against one another. Puppeteers would frequently have
> spats and arguments but they would not vent their spleen in conversation
but
> in a puppet show. I wonder if we could challenge everyone on the list that
> if they have something provocative (or rude or insulting) that they want
to
> say to someone on the list, they should create a short piece, film it and
> post it to us all watch. That way we can have our petty disagreemnts but
> they would always be related to puppetry. Instead of trading obnoxious
> baiting and petty 
> insults, let's encourage eachother to deveolp some chops. There is no way
we
>
> can stop being petty but at least we could be creative about it. - Gregory
> _______________________________________________
> List address: puptcrit-AT-lists.driftline.org
> Admin interface:
> http://lists.driftline.org/listinfo.cgi/puptcrit-driftline.org
> Archives: http://www.driftline.org
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 8
> Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 19:46:21 -0400
> From: Sandy Barton <sandbar-AT-wowway.com>
> Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] How to vent the spleen through puppetry
> To: puptcrit-AT-lists.driftline.org
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> Genius!!  This idea would develop our skills in so many areas.
>
> Sandy
>
>
> > I wonder if we could challenge everyone on the list that if they have
> >something provocative (or rude or insulting) that they want to say to
someone
> >on the list, they should create a short piece, film it and post it to us
all
> >watch. 
> >
> >  
> >
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> Message: 9
> Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 20:05:05 -0400
> From: Robert Smythe <robert-AT-mumpuppet.org>
> Subject: [Puptcrit] Animal Farm at Mum
> To: "puptcrit-AT-lists.driftline.org" <puptcrit-AT-lists.driftline.org>
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>
> Philadelphia, PA--The Philadelphia Theatre Initiative (PTI) today
announced
> that Mum Puppettheatre has been awarded $80,000 to create and produce an
> adaptation of George Orwell?s Animal Farm using an ensemble of five
artists
> under the guidance of Artistic Director Robert Smythe and Playwright
Andrew
> Periale.  Over two years, through specific training, intense workshop
> periods, and public presentations, this group will develop a physical
> vocabulary of masks, puppetry, and space unique to this ensemble and
> project. The project will culminate in a fully realized world premiere
> during the spring of Election Year 2008.
>
> The grant is for a two year development period and will provide the
> resources required to stimulate artistic development and to create theatre
> of the highest standards.  With this grant, the program seeks to enhance
the
> cultural life of the community and to further establish Philadelphia as
one
> of the country?s leading theatre centers.
>
>  ?We are proud to support such original and ambitious work for the benefit
> of Philadelphia-area theatre audiences,? said Marian A. Godfrey, director
of
> Culture and Civic Initiatives at The Pew Charitable Trusts.  ?This
> innovative project helps expand the range of high quality theatrical
> programming available to the local arts community while contributing
> exemplary work to the national theatre field as well.?
>  
> ?PTI grants are awarded on a highly competitive basis following a thorough
> review of proposed projects,? said Fran Kumin, director of the
Philadelphia
> Theatre Initiative. The grants are determined by a diverse panel of
theatre
> professionals selected for their expertise and their breadth of knowledge
in
> the nonprofit professional theatre.  In addition to studying the
> applications, throughout the theatre season, these busy theatre
> professionals come to Philadelphia to review performances, meet with local
> theatre leaders and become familiar with the theatre community.
>
> In making decisions, panelists considered several criteria including the
> importance, complexity and originality of the proposed project and the
> degree to which it signals artistic advancement for the applicant; the
> completeness and clarity of the application; the quality of the artists
> involved and the historic quality of the applicant?s work as evaluated
> throughout the season.  Projects also were considered for their ability to
> have a significant impact on the applicant?s artistic development, on the
> audience served and on the field of theatre both regionally and
nationally.
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> Message: 10
> Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 20:20:35 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Caro Naidin <ursulica29-AT-yahoo.ca>
> Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] X(=Neo?)-puppetry
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> Dear mjm,
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>     Although neo-puppetry is a completely unknown notion to me, the video
that you posted doesn't seem to have anything in common with any form  of
puppetry; there's no animate object on that stage, but children  singing
and dancing.
>     
>     Regards,
>     
>     C.
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