Thursday, November 5, 2009

"Know, My Lord, There is a Dampish Cave".

Catclaw Theatre Company's puppetry production of The Birth of Merlin, attributed to William Shakespeare and William Rowley in a 1662 quarto, promises to be a pip, a corker, a humdinger. It'll be held in a creepy old run-down warehouse in the East Flatbush district of Brooklyn, and will be veritably oozing with mythic resonance. As with Toulouse-inations, you'll see more than a few anachronisms in the course of the proceedings, and all included with some degree of deliberation. Steampunk fans will definitely find grist for their mill here, despite the medieval setting...

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