File puptcrit/puptcrit.0810, message 324

Date: Tue, 21 Oct 2008 10:49:26 -0400
Subject: Re: [Puptcrit] Redmoon's Hunchback in New York

I saw Redmoon's Hunch back during the Henson festival I thought it was an
outstanding work of theatre
The new Times SQ TKTS booth just opened on Oct 16th.
There are also TKTS booths at South Street Seaport and in Brooklyn

One of the many quintessential NY experiences is waiting on line for tickets
(New Yorkers tend to  say waiting on line, not waiting in line)
On the line I have had very  pleasant conversations  with both tourists and
New Yorkers, about theatre, theatre gossip, restaurants etc.
However if you wait until about 6 or even later, there is usually no wait at

You asked about Central Park
I dont think anyone has mentioned the marionette cottage,
Even if there is no show playing you could walk by

Be ready to walk and walk and walk.
As in any great city, when you get tired of walking, find a cafe and sit and
There are only about 100 things to put at the top of list of essential
things to do in NY
It  depends on which NY you want to see.

Before I saw "Arias with  Twist" a few weeks ago, on a perfect fall day I
walked about 5 blocks along Spring St in soho
My destination was to get a world class apple tart before seeing the show
(which I did)
In those few blocks the diversity of people and their styles and the
restaurants and galleries and shops was totally entertaining


On Mon, Oct 20, 2008 at 6:52 PM, Mathieu René <> wrote:

> I was asked what the show dates were for Redmoon's Hunchback, here's the
> official venue's website:
> I'm either going on the 25th or 26th. Maybe we could go as a bunch of
> puppetry people?
> In numbers, we might get more chances to meet with the cast, and if very l
> ucky, see backstage and puppets up close?
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