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Hip Pocket Theatre presents White Elephant

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Photo by John Carlisle Moore

White Elephant was first produced in New York City by La Mama ETC in 2009, receiving two grants from the Jim Henson Foundation, with a reprisal on the Hip Pocket stage with the original New York cast.

A reimagining of the original production, it is a meditation on transition, memory and release. The show is presented as a series of poetic vignettes about animals, people and objects that transform from one plane to another. Their stories come to life through puppetry, mask, movement, film, and live music.

NOTE: The August 11-20 performances have been moved indoors to Arts Fort Worth.

White Elephant was first produced in New York City by La Mama ETC in 2009, receiving two grants from the Jim Henson Foundation, with a reprisal on the Hip Pocket stage with the original New York cast.

A reimagining of the original production, it is a meditation on transition, memory and release. The show is presented as a series of poetic vignettes about animals, people and objects that transform from one plane to another. Their stories come to life through puppetry, mask, movement, film, and live music.

NOTE: The August 11-20 performances have been moved indoors to Arts Fort Worth.

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Arts Fort Worth
1300 Gendy St, Fort Worth, TX 76107, USA
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