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FRIDAY, December 14, 7 pm @ Internationalist Books 405 Franklin St, Chapel Hill $8-12 Sliding scale (no one turned away) with: Poncili Co. (Puerto Rico), Jawbone Puppet Theater (Brooklyn, NY/Taiwan) The Shows: Poncili Company (Pablo, Ephrain, Zuleyka, and Jimena) will … Continue reading
We’ll be performing December 1st at Firestorm Cafe in Asheville at 7pm. We’ll be performing our latest show, Donny Quixote. Donny Quixote is a scathing critique of “green” capitalism and “green” technology told through a humorous adaptation of the story … Continue reading
Saturday, November 3rd, 2pm-Carrboro’s World Famous REALLY REALLY FREE MARKET Carrboro Town Commons @ 2pm- This month will feature the latest performance from The Mysterious Rabbit Puppet Army! Food! Books! Clothing! Music! Haircuts! Puppets! Ballot Box Piñata! Winter Coats! For … Continue reading
Please keep checking back for updates as we finish booking this summer’s tour! June 20th: Richmond, VA at 6:00 pm The Flying Brick June 21st: Washington, DC at 7:00 pm Radical Space DC, Facebook Event June 22nd: Philadelphia, PA 7:00 … Continue reading
Friends! MRPA is hard at work on our newest show and we’re booking now for the summer. This summer’s tour features our newest puppet production, “Donny Quixote!” The show is a scathing critique of “green” capitalism and “green” technology told … Continue reading
The news in Columbia, South Carolina interviewed our very own Donny Don’t.
Come see the Mysterious Rabbit Puppet Army perform this weekend at the Indie Grits Puppet Slam. Friday April 20th and Saturday April 21st, 7-9pm Puppeteers from across the Southeast converge for two gloriously gritty evenings of experimental short puppetry and … Continue reading
Actually our show in Austin is on January 1st not December 31st. Sorry for any confusion. Our show in OKC is at 814 NW 31st. Okc, Ok.
We’re excited to bring our summer shows on a second tour this winter. Our feature show, “What Are Prisons For?”, uses shadow puppets to outline the history of the Prison Industrial Complex from chattel slavery in the South to today’s … Continue reading