a film by Steven Ritz-Barr
Don Quixote by Cervantes is one of the funniest and most touching stories ever written. Told here in the language of film by puppeteer Steven Ritz-Barr, with Michael York as the voice of Don Quixote, QUIXOTE is the story of an aging Spanish gentleman who reads so many books about chivalry that he imagines himself to be a knight. Accompanied by his faithful squire Sancho Panza, he embarks on a series of absurdly fantastic adventures across 16th century Spain.
Marionettes, exquisitely hand crafted by Russian Puppet artist Eugene Seregin, are remarkably brought to life by master puppeteer Steven Ritz-Barr and co-director Hoku Uchiyama.
Produced by Classics in Miniature, Inc. Music by Jeremy Yeremian.
One showing only at Great Small Works’ Studio. FREE!
Friday, Dec. 17, 2010, 8pm
45 Main Street, Studio #303 (betw. Front & Water Sts.)
F Train (York Street Station), A/C (High Street/ Brooklyn Bridge), 2/3 (Clark Street)
Meet the Artist! DVDs on sale at 25% off for your holiday delectation.
Interested in coming? RSVP Stephen Kaplin firstname.lastname@example.org