Goblin Market and Little Problems aim to explore communication through non verbal means. Using puppetry, shadow play, mime, and music these two shows will guide people through two stories with one thing in common: no speaking.
Goblin Market (based on the poem of the same name by Christina Rossetti) tells the story of Lizzie and Laura, two sisters forced into frightening new territory when they encounter the infamous Goblin merchants. Using shadow play and puppetry, this adaptation delves into themes of addiction and sexuality.
Little Problems is an original creation about a day in the life of a woman navigating her way through a loud and overwhelming world. Through mime and physical comedy we watch local actress Kelly Malcolm find solace in simple things so she can avoid being forgotten altogether.
Puppet Creator/Puppeteer: Alison DeRegt
Puppeteer: Jennifer LeBlanc
Puppeteer/Creator of ‘Little Problems’: Kelly Malcolm
Director/Designer: Kathryn Smith
Lighting Designer: Beverly Stadelmann
Sound Designer: Greg Wilson
The Where & The When
@ Epcor Centre’s Motel
Nightly at 8:00 PM
Saturday March 8th @ 2:00 PM & 8:00 PM
PAY WHAT YOU CAN March 9th @ 8:00 PM
Tickets $15 cash at the door.
To reserve tickets please email Kelly Malcolm at firstname.lastname@example.org with the date and number of tickets you require.