9000 Paper Balloons
|Friday||October 28||7:30 pm||local_bar|
|Saturday||October 29||7:30 pm||contact_support|
|Sunday||October 30||3 pm|
Inspired by Imperial Japan’s stranger-than-fiction secret weapons that floated over America during World War II, 9000 Paper Balloons is a poetic and eerie performance that examines distance—the distance between two friends, between two enemies, two cultures and two generations. New York-based Japanese artist Maiko Kikuchi and American puppeteer Spencer Lott blend puppetry, animation and masks as they weave their own family histories into a surreal and visually stunning collage that speaks to the past and the future.
Tickets: $30 / $24 members
|Maiko Kikuchi||Spencer Lott|
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- October 28, 2022 October 29, 2022 October 30, 2022
- 7:30 pm
- In-Person Event
- Timed Tickets
- $30 Regular price
- $24 Member price