Tales from the Tipping Point
created & performed by Betsy Tobin
with music by Janet Feder
Dairy Arts Center Grace Gamm Theater
August 12-14 7:30 PM
August 15 4 PM
Travel with your quirky guide through the cosmos using what is at hand to navigate worlds in this inventive DIY performance about sustainability with immersive shadows and video imagery.
The show features costumes, characters, and sets built from recycled and upcycled materials and music created using objects and materials not commonly considered “musical”, revealing properties of beauty often overlooked in day-to-day artifacts.
Written and performed by Betsy Tobin, assisted by George Sherwood and Margarita Blush.
Supported by the Boedecker Foundation Path to Excellence
For adults and children age 10 +. Tickets: $14-24
Puppetry with Recycled Materials
a workshop lead by Betsy Tobin
Grace Gamm Theater at the Dairy Arts Center
Saturday, August 14th 11 AM-1 PM
Workshop participants will use recycled and upcycled materials to create original rod puppets.
They will learn manipulation techniques for bringing their characters to life in simple scenes.
Materials will be provided, but participants are encouraged to bring in additional recycled materials if they wish.
FREE. For adults and children age 11 +
Registration required at the Dairy Arts Center or at 303 588 5048