WILD THINGS: THE LIFE AND WORK OF MAURICE SENDAK
This interactive piece explores the making of Where the Wild Things Are using unique movement, puppetry, music, and author interviews to whisk audiences away on an adventure for all ages.
Wild Things: The Life and Work of Maurice Sendak is made possible by a grant from The Edward C. and Ann T. Roberts Foundation and from Connecticut Humanities.
Designers: Paul Spirito (puppetry), Moira O'Sullivan (puppetry)
Devising Assistance/Performers: Katya Collazo, Kevin Dechello, Debra Walsh, Moira O'Sullivan (movement for wild rumpus), Ayla Davidson