Steven Ritz-Barr’s “Quixote” and “Kurt Cannibis and Connie Cancer”
With special guest Eugene Seregin
SAT. January 22, 2011 @ 7:30 p.m. FREE
Bob Baker Marionette Theater
1345 W. 1st St
Los Angeles, CA 90026
Snacks and Beverages available for purchase
(Note: private parking lot $3 cash)
“QUIXOTE” a film by Steven Ritz-Barr; Cervantes’ Don Quixote is one of the funniest and most touching stories ever written. Told here in the language of film by Steven Ritz-Barr with Michael York as the voice of Don Quixote.
“QUIXOTE” is the story of an aging Spanish gentleman, accompanied by his faithful squire Sancho Panza, who embarks on a series of absurdly fantastic adventures across 16th century Spain. Produced by Classics in Miniature, Inc. Marionettes, the characters were crafted by Russian puppet artist Eugene Seregin, and brought to life by master puppeteer Steven Ritz-Barr and co-director Hoku Uchiyama. AWARDED UNIMA Citation of Excellence, 2010.
“Quixote” is accompanied by “Kurt Cannabis and Connie Cancer,” a six-minute short that was part of a film called “What if Cannabis Cured Cancer?” by Len Richmond. Puppets made by Eugene Seregin, operated by Steven Ritz-Barr and Christine Papalexis, characters voiced by Rosanne Barr and Malcolm McDowell.
Quixote fights army of sheep