Howie Leifer focuses his entire show on life at sea as told through the oral tradition of chanteys.
Nick Coppola has chosen a tongue-in-cheek approach to the story by poking fun at New York types.
In spite of the amusing characters and a few comedic turns this is a dark story, especially for children.
Just when you think you’ve seen every possible technique in puppet staging, along comes something entirely different.
An ambitious odyssey, using the character of Galileo to explore the concept of a self-centered universe versus a universe where humankind is only one of many centers.
Why reviews of puppet shows are important.