Can't get enough puppetry at PST? Go see Phantom Limb's 69˚S. at Arts Emerson! 69˚S. tells the true story of Sir Ernest Shackleton's 1949 treacherous trans-Antarctic expedition set against the current backdrop of our planet's changing environment and uncertain future.
Theatre, dance, puppetry, photography and film unite and take the audience on an artistic and emotional journey that explores the symbiotic relationship between humans and the environment.
Learn about Phantom Limb's world premiere production, background on the 1914 expedition, the puppetry, music and much more here, brought to you by The Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College.
Recommended for ages 10 & up. Use discount code PST69S5 to receive $5 off tickets! Restrictions apply; offer limited to 2 tickets per customer.
FREE PUPPETRY WORKSHOP BY PST'S OWN!
Curious to learn how the 69˚S. performers bring their puppets to life? Join Roxanna Myhrum, artistic director of PST after the Saturday matinee! This lively hour-long puppet performance workshop will cover puppetry basics including focus, breath and the physical vocabulary that transforms objects into characters.
SAT, FEB 11 after the 2PM performance of 69˚S., 3:30-4:30PM
The Jackie Liebergott Black Box (“The Jackie”) at the Paramount Center
FREE for all 69˚S. ticket holders; Registration required.