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Spring 2005 Volume 56, No. 3

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

COVER

“Strings”, a film to be released this fall, but shown at Puppet Fest 2005 this July in St. Paul, MN. Bernd Ogrodnik was the master behind the marionettes.
2 Living Tradition - Otome Bunraku in L.A., by J. Gregor Veneklasen
4 Recognizing the Artistry of the Bass Method of Puppetry: Voices from Sandglass Theater's Puppet Camp, by Sharon Peck and Michael Veteree
7 Share the Knowledge: An Evening of Shadows with the Puppeteers of Puget Sound, by Elizabeth Luce
7 Diverse, Pretty Scenes, submitted by Ray Mount

PUPPET PLACES

8 Center For Puppetry Arts - a Blue Collar TV Invasion, by Emily Beard and Debbie George
The New Puppet Co. Playhouse - One Year and Counting, by Christopher Piper
BIMP - A New Central Campus Home

COLUMNS

10 Scene East - Steve Abrams
11 Scene West - Greg Williams
12 Scene Between - Monica Leo and Teri Jean Breitbach
13 War Stories: You Have the Right to Remain Silent, by Bob Nathanson

FILM / VIDEO / TELEVISION

14 Center for Puppetry Arts Releases DVD's
Emmy Nomination for Jon Ludwig
Four Baird Films on DVD
AxTelevision, “Come Outta That Shell”

NOTEWORTHY

16-17 Puppet Fest 2005 - Something to Get Excited About, by Kurt Hunter

FESTIVALS / CONFERENCES / WORKSHOPS

19 Puppet Opera at Spoleto
Opera in Seattle
Crowtations at the Kennedy Center
7th Annual National Day of Puppetry
20 Puppets: Education Magic Institute, by Judith O'Hare
22 Association, by Bob Abdou
24 A Midsummer Night's Dream (and Other Dreams to Follow), by Paul Eide, from an interview with Doug Strich
26 A Tale of Survival, or How I Got Through 50 Years of It, by Penny Jones
31 World Performing Arts and Visual Arts Festival - Lahore, Pakistan, by Karen Konnerth

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