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The Wayfaring Zombie

Kevin White

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Oct 1-28 2012
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August 12, 2012

The Wayfaring Zombie will be coming soon to the BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange on October 26th and 27, 2012.

In The Wayfaring Zombie, we follow a man unjustly shot down in the prime of his life, who is relentlessly tortured by his past and sentenced through unthinkable circumstances to return from the grave. Through various episodes we see The Zombie react to dangerous situations and take matters into his own hands. Our Antihero is a Zombie with a heart destined to wander the world, saving the weak and wronged with no sure path back to his final resting place.  The Wayfaring Zombie is a visually dramatic performance which incorporates a live band, Foley artists and video projection. Check out some of the Kevin White’s work at http://nycstringpuller.com.

Kevin White is a marionettist and puppet builder living in Brooklyn, NY. Kevin has worked on numerous productions including commercials, videos and TV shows.

Some highlights of Kevin’s work include a performer in a music video for Josh Ritter (“The Curse”), assistant carver and head marionettist in Pierre Huyghe's 2004 film for Harvard University, Huyghe+Corbusier and builder/performer for Billy Burns’ Hobo No-No.  

His woodcarving was recently seen in a production of The Wind-up Bird Chronicles at The International Fringe Festival in Edinburgh.  Kevin has studied with master carvers Miroslav Trejnar and Zdar Sorm. Currently, Kevin is the head marionettist at The Swedish Cottage. His original piece, The Wayfaring Zombie, was part of Labapalooza 2010! at St. Ann’s Warehouse.

The Wayfaring Zombie

October 26 & 27

8 PM

For tickets: TheWayfaringZombie@gmail.com or call 917-518-0409

BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange

421 Fifth Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11215

 

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The Wayfaring Zombie has grant support from The Jim Henson Foundation and is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).

 

 

 

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