PUNCH Kamikaze: WWII Drama of Works

About This Show

PUNCH Kamikaze: WWII  is a variety showcase featuring toy theater, shadow puppets and puppet films tackling an intense moment in history. Presented by Drama of Works (DOW), the show is a true puppet slam experiment in which artists are given no guidance on style, approach, content or interpretation.

About The Artists

DRAMA OF WORKS, “New York’s tightly organized satirists” (In Pittsburgh), are known for their innovative works “high on fantastic production value” (Village Voice) that cross the line between actors and puppeteers. “Whatever it is supposed to be, it isn’t boring.” (Puppetmaster) Led by Artistic Director Gretchen Van Lente (former president of UNIMA-USA), they have performed around New York City, plus all over the East Coast and abroad since 1999 with their unique brand of theatre: gaining members, fans and supporters along the way. They have been hosting PUNCH off and on since 2005.

Wednesday, January 18 at 7:30pm

General Admission

$15 in advance

$18 at the door

Students / Seniors / idNYC


Estimated Runtime
90 minutes

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