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Picasso and his dog

Wednesday, 27 March 2019.

By Lemony S Puppet Theatre

Picasso and His Dog – for anyone who’s ever patted a dog or been moved by an artwork.

One fine spring morning in 1957, Lump arrived for lunch.

Lump was an elongated sausage dog with floppy ears and an inquisitive nature. He looked around at Picasso’s villa and then into the deep, brown eyes of the man himself and decided he was home.

From this first meeting, a deep love was forged between Picasso and Lump.

He was also an inspiration for Picasso, appearing in fifty-four of the artist’s works. Lump lived with Picasso for 16 years. In a perfect ending, perhaps not content with life on earth without each other, both died in the same year.

Inspired by this true story, Picasso and His Dog, is a delightful show that celebrates the animals with whom we share our lives while exploring what it is to be creative and to create.

This work is a unique children’s puppet play that combines the art and story of Picasso with the extraordinary poems of Chilean poet Pablo Neruda and the text of Picasso’s contemporary and lifelong friend, Gertrude Stein.

It is a refreshingly original work, wild and adventurous.

Initially set in Picasso’s studio in the south of France, the story travels across time and space in a series of imaginative leaps using puppetry to transform the detailed set design as the performers play with scale, shadow puppetry, visual illusions, painting and sculpting on stage.

When: Wednesday, 27 March 2019 at 11am
Where: Swan Hill Town Hall PACC
Who 4+  Suitable for general public, family and school audiences
Cost: 16 years and over $18
Child 15 years and Under $15
Adult accompanying children under 15 are free

Early bird Pre sale 18 January until 13 February 2019
Child 15 years and under $10 – Adults accompanying children free
16 years and over $15

Book your tickets now!

This post has been syndicated from the Swan Hill Rural City Council website and was correct at the time of posting.

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