Automata and IBEX Puppetry present: Bride of Wildenstein - The Musical

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January 25, 2010

Automata and IBEX Puppetry present:

Bride of Wildenstein -
The Musical


Thursday, January 28 - Sunday, January 31, 2010

 8 PM nightly
Tickets $15
{$12 Students, Seniors, VPES and Automata Members}
Seating is limited ~ advance tickets available here


The Velaslavasay Panorama
1122 West 24th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90007

Have you ever gone too far for love? That is the question Marsian and Company pose in this new puppet musical about an aging socialite who grows fur and claws in hopes of recapturing the attention of her philandering game hunter husband. AlthoughBride of Wildenstein  – The Musical is loosely inspired by tabloid accounts of real life “cat woman” Jocelyn Wildenstein, it remains a work of wildly imaginative and inspiring musical fiction.

Bride of Wildenstein - The Musical features tragic-comedic book and lyrics by longtime writing duo Marsian and P.J. McWhiskers, with original music composed and performed by Josh Senick.  The music creates a quirky and intimate cabaret-like atmosphere together with Brandon Stirling-Baker's poetic mood lighting and with innovative transformational costumes co-designed by Lee Frank Perez Vargas and Hunter Wells.
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For adult audiences.

This performance was made possible in part through funding from The Durfee Foundation ARC (Artist's Resource for Completion) Grant.