Evolve Puppets is fundraising to produce the fully-revised version of our puppetry & theatre piece "Home" (a Fractured Atlas fiscally sponsored project) in 2018-2019.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to our completed FundingWorks campaign!
But don't worry, even if you missed the campaign, you can still contribute and help us make HOME a reality!
Just go to our Fractured Atlas page here:
Fractured Atlas: HOME!
(...OR CLICK ON EITHER ONE OF THE PHOTOS!)
Photos by Sarah Riffle
Evolve was thrilled to assist with the launch of
Carolyn Sloan's interactive children's book
"Welcome to the Symphony"!
The book concerns three mice who learn about the instruments of the orchestra and the elements of classical music by attending a concert of Beethoven's Symphony No. 5. Tanya and Barry translated the book's characters into three-dimensional puppet form, so the three mice could participate with Carolyn (and live musicians) in a series of author visits to bookstores throughout New York and New Jersey between October and February.
L-R: puppeteer Sarah Ely performing "Mabel," Barry performing "Edward," Tanya performing "James," and author Carolyn Sloan, at the Greenlight Bookstore in Brooklyn.
FOR INFO ON THE BOOK, CLICK BELOW:
Welcome to the Symphony by Carolyn Sloan
(as puppetry designers and associate producers)
joined Theatre East and an amazing team of
creatives and performers to bring
DEVIL AND THE DEEP
to the stage!
To see a video on the making of one of the songs
(featuring two of our illuminated puppet creations)
Devil and the Deep -- The Making of the Song "Home"
For more info CLICK BELOW:
Theatre East - Devil and the Deep
Evolve Co-Artistic Director Tanya Khordoc performs fuzzy co-host Phoenix in the children's webshow ROSIE'S PLACE!
For more info on ROSIE'S PLACE, go here:
In March and April, we performed
(directed and designed by us
from a script by Edward Einhorn)
as part of UTC61's
More info here:
We performed as part of...
St. Ann's Warehouse
DUMBO, Brooklyn, NYC
…where we presented
the latest version of...
Performed in and around the body of a 7-foot-tall doll, Tanya Khordoc & Barry Weil's multimedia collage is an hilarious and moving journey through the conflicted soul of 20th Century America. Previously seen at the Puppeteers of America National Festival in Atlanta, and at The Brick in Williamsburg, SECRETS HISTORY REMEMBERS is a toy theater experience not to be missed!
For more info on SECRETS itself,
click the image above!