Performing Arts Series presents The Cashore Marionettes04/15/2013
The Cashore Marionettes, which expands on the traditional art form with great subtlety and emotion, will perform on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Cole Auditorium.
A performance by the Cashore Marionettes is a celebration of life. The program consists of a collection of engaging pieces encompassing a broad range of themes, each delivered with a simplicity that expresses the essence of the moment.
The performance explores a range of emotions with characters and actions that are amazingly convincing. The marionettes are engineering marvels and the quality of movement is extraordinary. Unmatched in artistry, grace and refinement of movement, the internationally acclaimed Cashore Marionettes redefine the art of puppetry.
Sharon Taylor, assistant professor of Theatre and director of the Performing Arts Series, says: "Anyone with interests in human behavior, emotion, movement, engineering, education, music, visual art or animation, as well as performance will find this artist captivating."
Tickets for this Performing Arts Series presentation are free for Edinboro students; $5 for faculty, staff, and President's Pass holders; and $10 for general admission. Tickets are available at the SGA Convenience Store, at the door, or online at www.edinborotickets.com.
Click here to see video clips of The Cashore Marionettes.