Carnegie Hall presents Cashore Marionettes

The Cashore Marionettes will perform at Carnegie Hall on Feb. 20
The Cashore Marionettes will perform at Carnegie Hall on Feb. 20

Carnegie Hall is delighted to bring to the stage the Cashore Marionettes presenting their program, Simple Gifts. The performance will be held in the Hamilton Auditorium on Saturday, Feb. 20, at 2 p.m.
The Cashore Marionettes are unmatched in artistry, grace and refinement of movement. The internationally acclaimed Cashore Marionettes redefine the art of puppetry. The moving and humorous performances have astounded audiences in Europe, the Far East and across North America, including stops at the Kennedy Center, Annenberg Center, Kravis Center and many others.
The family-friendly program, Simple Gifts, is a series of touching portrayals and poignant scenes from everyday life set to stunning music by such composers as Vivaldi, Strauss, Beethoven and Copland. Through a combination of virtuoso manipulation, beautiful music, theatrical illusion and artistic insight, the original vignettes presented in Simple Gifts provide an entertaining and sensitive vision of what it is to be human. The performance explores a range of emotions with characters and actions that are amazingly convincing. The marionettes are engineering marvels and the quality of movement is extraordinary.
Joseph Cashore has received numerous awards for his artistry including a Pew Fellowship for Performance Art, based upon his artistic accomplishment; a Henson Foundation Grant, an award intended to help promote puppetry to adult audiences; and a Citation of Excellence from the UNIMA-USA, the highest honor an American puppeteer can receive. The Cashore Marionettes are so well conceived and projected, the movement so convincing, the illusion so powerful that the result is a compelling and unforgettable theatrical experience.
To purchase tickets to this show, call 304-645-7917 or visit Ticket prices for this performance range from $8-15 with discounts available for members, seniors, students, and military.


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