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Nov 4 2017 - 7:30pm - 9:00pm

Created with the help of the Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program
(VRRP), “Babylon” looks at the relationship of refugees to their homelands,
lost and new, and the conflicts that exist within American communities to which
they have fled.

The company of five puppeteers (Shoshana Bass, Kei Ching, James
Gelter, Terrell Jones, Kalob Martinez) portray seven refugees attending a
metaphorical hearing about their need for asylum. Their stories are told
through original, four-part choral songs composed by Brendan Taaffe, with
lyrics by Eric Bass. Additional percussion score is by Julian Gerstin. Show
design is by Ines Zeller Bass, who created the puppets and scrolling backdrops
(known as “Crankies”) with Jana Zeller.


Greenhoe Theater, Fine Arts Building
19 River Road South
Putney, VT
United States
42° 58' 35.4432" N, 72° 30' 44.6292" W
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