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The Reviews Hub

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jeudi 25 mai 2023

Moby Dick - The Theatre Royal

Par Lela Tredwell

When the cast from award-winning company Plexus Polaire steps forward to receive their standing ovation, a shocking truth is revealed. There are seven of them. How can such a small crew of actors and puppeteers have performed storytelling on such an epic scale?

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Chicago Maroon

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mercredi 15 février 2023

At the Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival, Moby Dick Delights and Dazzles

Par Toby Chan

At the Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival, Moby Dick Delights and Dazzles Arts Reporter Toby Chan attends Plexus Polaire’s “Moby Dick” at the Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival and commends its “pure artistry” and “magic.” ...

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Third Coast Review

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mardi 24 janvier 2023

Tells Comic and Dramatic Stories Through Puppetry

Par June Sawyers

Chicago’s 5th annual International Puppet Theater Festival opened with a dramatic splash last week with a French-Norwegian production of Moby Dick at the beautifully refurbished Studebaker Theater...

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WTTW News

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lundi 23 janvier 2023

A Whale of a Show Opens the Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival

Par Hedy Weiss

If you think of puppetry as simply an intimate form of theater in which several hand puppets or a group of marionettes manipulated by strings perform on a small, box-like stage, the Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival will unquestionably change your conception...

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ChiiI Mama

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jeudi 19 janvier 2023

Moby Dick by Plexus Polaire (Norway/France)

Par Bonnie Kenaz-Mara

Here at ChiIL Mama we've been covering The Chicago International Puppet Theater Festival since its inception, and we're thrilled to see how it's grown. There's so much world class talent and creativity right on our doorstep. Plexus Polaire kicked off this year's fest with a masterpiece of epic proportions with their take on Moby Dick...

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Chicago Tribune

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mardi 17 janvier 2023

Puppets are back in town for the largest puppet fest in the country, in all their creative and colorful glory

Par Rick Kogan

Lying next to a giant Frankenstein monster’s head one night in 1996, under the stage at Steppenwolf Theatre, I was told by a man named Blair Thomas, “We are aware that we are making things that people have never seen before. In that sense we are alchemists. We want to startle and awaken, to allow people to discover the honesty in the way a puppet or object is used.”...

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Woman Around Town

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samedi 14 janvier 2023

FAAABULOUS Puppetry: Plexus Polaire presents Moby Dick

Par Alix Cohen

Those of you who still think of puppets as an arm inside a character’s body or strings overhead (marionettes) are decades behind the times. Size can range from inches to towering near proscenium height; manipulation might be rods, electronics or invisible puppeteers in black. Characters are created out of paper mache, wood, metal, ceramic – almost anything. (...)...

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The Arts Desk

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samedi 27 mai 2023

Moby Dick, Brighton Festival 2023 review - way more than your average puppet show

Par Katie Colombus

Perhaps one of the most intriguing aspects of contemporary puppetry is its ability to skew our perception of reality so entirely that our senses become more heightened as we wait with meta-awareness in excited anticipation for what comes next – whether we know the story or not...

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Sussex World

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vendredi 26 mai 2023

Moby Dick at Brighton Festival - Review

Par Steve Holloway

A stage adaptation of Moby Dick with puppets may sound like a curious thing, but French/Norwegian company Plexus Polaire do a superb job in retelling this classic existential tale of a whale...

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New York Times

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vendredi 13 janvier 2023

At Under the Radar, Stories Unfold via Sexts, Tweets and Puppeteers

Par Laura Collins-Hugues

(...) Apologies if that plot point is a spoiler, but it is impossible to ruin with mere description the experience of the French-Norwegian company Plexus Polaire’s exquisite “Moby Dick,” a large-scale puppet adaptation of the Herman Melville classic. From its first moment on the vast N.Y.U. Skirball stage, when glittering fish appear, their tails swishing in the darkness, the wondrousness of this show lies in its spectacle and ambience....

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