Dozens of fish in bright colors glowed through the darkness of a black light performance last November as Sara Farr’s Puppet Improv Project experimented with the boundaries of puppetry and improvisation.
The project’s upcoming puppet show, “Trash,” will even feature a large garbage heap when it debuts July 5 at the Dougherty Arts Center on Barton Springs Road. Unlike past performances from Farr’s 4-year-old puppet improv effort, “Trash” is scripted so puppeteers could plan in advance the sort of story and characters they wanted to pair with the show’s eco-friendly message.
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