The Puget Sound Puppetry Festival proudly presents Calle Allende
by Pinned & Sewtured

Fri, Sep 29 at 8pm

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$18.00 with fees
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Renton Residents receive discounted admission thanks to the generosity of the Renton Municipal Arts Commission.
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Calle Allende, an exploration of Frida Kahlo’s psyche inspired by her diary entry and painting “The Two Fridas,” by puppetry company Pinned & Sewtured. A vivid piece of visual theater informed by Kahlo’s distinctive style of painting, Calle Allende brings to life Kahlo's internal struggles with the prospect of fading inspiration.
Calle Allende is recommended for audiences aged 14 and up for adult themes of pain, death and miscarriage.
Performed in English and Spanish.
About Pinned & Sewtured
Anatar Marmol-Gagne is originally from Caracas, Venezuela. She holds a Master of Fine Arts in Puppet Arts from the University of Connecticut, and a BA in English/ Creative Writing from Hunter College. Her strong background in art, dance, writing, fiber and fabrication all come together seamlessly with her love for puppetry.
Marmol-Gagne has trained at the National Puppetry Conference at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center, designed puppets for The Dramatic Question Theater, Yale, performed at Dixon Place, Lyric Hall, Black Cherry Puppet Theater, Ballard Institute & Museum of Puppetry, festivals, puppet slams and is the founder and curator of The Pinned & Sewtured Puppet Slam (2014). Her short films "Heart-Felt" and “The Moment Has Yet To Come” premiered at the 2019 & 2017 Reel Puppetry Film Festival at the Puppeteers of America National Puppet Festival. Her work has also been featured in multiple art shows and solo shows and was the Artist-In-Residence at Artspace in New Haven, CT. Her upcoming autobiographical show, Sueños, is the recipient of a 2022 Jim Henson Foundation Workshop Grant.
Sponsored in part by: 4Culture and the Renton Municipal Arts Commission

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