Kleist's essay "On the Theater of the Marionettes" is both a warning of what happens to us, humans, if we lose connection to our own souls in a society that increasingly dehumanizes us, and an offer of hope of how to solve this predicament.
Before books existed we passed on information orally. We conveyed messages not only through speech but through a variety of gestures and poses. Our body was part of the communication vehicle. Gestures and poses were an integral part of the language.
Louis Braille was 3 years old when he lost his sight. This is his story of overcoming obstacles and finding his way to freedom, inspiring and touching. A show that moves people to tears and laughter. For all ages over 6.
It is an idea, an image, a wish to work with the prints of Clement Moreau, a friend of my parents, a wonderful artist. Yupp as we called him, gave my parents the series of prints he made to illustrate the story by B. Traven " The Bridge in the J...