Puppetry is intrinsically surreal. From the bizarre fluidity of a marionette's dance to the absurdity of a talking sock to the foam-head wonder-world of prank calls on Comedy Central, puppetry has been a mainstay of our culture, albeit one that's left audiences largely unchallenged. Enter "body puppetry," where the audience's expectations are subverted from the very start -- for example, there are no puppets per se. Instead of holding carved creatures, performers cover their bodies with props -- a little lipstick on the bellybutton, a fake nose on a foot -- to create... More >>>