The Puppet Cycle: Small World Stories - Manhattan West
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The Puppet Cycle: Small World Stories
by Phantom Limb Company
ev-cal 7.28 - 8.07
ev-cal 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Performances take place at Manhattan West:

  • JULY 28 – 31 & AUGUST 3-7 

Shows start on the hour from 3-6pm (four shows daily)

Phantom Limb Company brings its new roving Puppet Cycle to Arts Brookfield. Guaranteed to transport and delight, these roving puppet performances feature a team of puppets and puppeteers who will bring to life two original short plays, commissioned by Arts Brookfield. Perfect for audiences of all ages.

Full Schedule of Performances:

  • JULY 28 – 31 & AUGUST 3-7: Performances take place at Manhattan West.
  • AUGUST 10 – 14: Performances take place in Zuccotti Park.
  • AUGUST 17 – 21: Performances take place at Brooklyn Commons.
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About Phantom Limb Company
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Phantom Limb Company (PLC), New York City-based, creates iconic stories that are built on an intersection of innovation, social change and visual art, with a particular focus on the climate emergency and environmental injustice.  Collaging puppetry, movement, multi-media storytelling and design, this unique integration of social impact and aesthetic is essential to their work. Phantom Limb has produced The Fortune Teller, Dear Mme., The Environmental Trilogy (69˚SOUTH, Memory Rings and Falling Out) and a work in progress 12 Angry Animals together with a large rotating cast of friends, collaborators, artists, dancers and puppeteers. They have collaborated with Lemony Snicket, Ping Chong, The Kronos Quartet, Jim Jarmusch, Danny Elfman, Dai Matsuoka from Sankai Juku, Henrik Vibskov Jeffrey Zeigler, Sophie Hunter and Tony Taccone. PLC has received generous support and grants from the Jim Henson Foundation, The Rubin Foundation, New England Foundation for Art (NEFA), Foundation for Contemporary Art, The Jerome Foundation, LMCC, the National Science Foundation Artist and Writers Program, The NYS Composer’s Grant, the MAP Fund, Edith Luytens and Norman Bel Geddes Design Enhancement Fund, New Music USA,  the Asian Cultural Council and the Japan Foundation as well as being Hermitage Artist Residency Fellows, Robert Rauschenberg Residency Fellows and Recipients of the Bay Area Critics Circle Award.

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