May 1: puppeteering at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston!

What a delight!

I got to join in as a guest performer for Jaggery’s stellar da Vinci-inspired show at the Museum of Fine Arts.

Tony Leva made a crankie (his best yet, I think!) about Leonardo da Vinci’s vision for a giant bronze horse he yearned to make for decades, but it never came to be. A sad tale, yes, but also very playful and funny with Tony as narrator. I joined him as shadow puppeteer.

Jaggery really pulled out all the stops for this show, with six brand-new pieces. Well done, all.

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