Beth Corning talks about smart adult puppet dance-theater, getting the shit scared out of her and more

Photo by Frank Walsh

Little Finn is the life-spanning tale of a man abandoned by his mother at a young age for an unscrupulous lover. The lonely Finn grows up to be a bean-counter (literally) whose colleagues commit suicide because of the tedium of the work, and who finds happiness with a Russian mail-order bride. As the story is enacted, the performers will be visible on stage, but the focus will be on the puppets.

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