“Manos – The Hands of Felt” Comes to Bumbershoot

from Puppet This:

The Worst Movie of All Time RETURNS to Terrifying Puppet Life!

What: Manos – The Hands of Felt
Adapted by Rachel Jackson
Directed by Bob Koerner

When: September 4 & 5 – 6:45pm

Where: Center House Theatre (The TPS Stage at Bumbershoot)

Tickets: 206.701.1482 or bumbershoot.org/info/ticketing

More info: PuppetThis.net

“I saw this last night at a packed house and it was awesome.” — Dave, Satellite News comment

“A truly talented group putting on a truly awful story.” — Jay Irwin, BroadwayWorld.com

“It was totally worth pulling the battery out of my pager to go see.” — Derek, Satellite News comment

Puppet This’ recent smash hit, Manos – The Hands of Felt, returns, joining the TPS stage at Bumbershoot September 4 & 5 at 6:45pm

Manos – The Hands of Felt is a giddy puppet musical re-imagining of the cult classic Manos: The Hands of Fate (one of the worst films ever made).

The story of fertilizer salesman-turned-film director Harold P. Warren and his ill-fated run-in with an evil cult, Manos – The Hands of Felt features song and dance numbers, girl fights, and plenty of puppet mayhem. It’s a wicked fun time for Manos “fans” and newbies alike.

Manos – The Hands of Felt features puppeteers: Sann Hall, Rachel Jackson, Michael Robles, Jenny Schmidt, Paul Velasquez and Raymond Williams.

Not recommended for patrons under the age of 14. (Adult language, bizarre sexual situations.)

About Puppet This:
Puppet This is a Seattle based puppet production company working in puppet design, construction and performance. Puppet This designs and constructs puppets for their own scripted and improv productions and also provides puppets for other Seattle area artists.

About Bumbershoot: Seattle’s Music & Arts Festival:
Bumbershoot: Seattle’s Music & Arts Festival is produced by One Reel in collaboration with Seattle Center. Established in 1971, Bumbershoot takes place every year over Labor Day weekend and stretches across the 74-acre Seattle Center beneath the city’s iconic Space Needle. Bumbershoot programs 20 unique indoor and outdoor venues, allowing for a diverse array of arts including live music, comedy, theatre, dance, film, urban crafts, and literary and visual arts. Festival details are located at bumbershoot.org.

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