Theatre review: Open-ended challenges in Puppet Origin Stories that linger

Chai Jean Yinn demonstrates masterful command of movement choreography as the amorphous creature Shadow in Hairi Cromo’s Jabber, a play on Lewis Carroll's Jabberwocky. PHOTO: THE FINGER PLAYERS
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Puppet Origin Stories
The Finger Players
One-Two-Six Cairnhill Arts Centre
Last Wednesday, 8pm

Nothing is off limits with The Finger Players’ (TFP) Puppet Origin Stories as it explores childhood fears, the death of art forms and gay activism.

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