Beneath the Surface

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In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre connects to its community and audience with flour, water, newspaper, and ideas. Their latest mainstage production, “Beneath the Surface,” is the second part of a trilogy about water. Access to Art correspondent John Akre visited the theater at their Lake Street home to get a backstage look at this “Circus of Wonderments.”

Also–at the Altered Books Exhibit, Access to Art Host Tom Cassidy talks with Melinda Ludwiczak, the library’s Partnerships Coordinator for Arts and Business. In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre connects to its community and audience with flour, water, newspaper, and ideas. Their latest mainstage production, “Beneath the Surface,” is the second part of a trilogy about water. Access to Art correspondent John Akre visited the theater at their Lake Street home to get a backstage look at this “Circus of Wonderments.”

Also–at the Altered Books Exhibit, Access to Art Host Tom Cassidy talks with Melinda Ludwiczak, the library’s Partnerships Coordinator for Arts and Business.

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