Margo Lovelace and the magic of puppetry
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SummaryAn interview that explores the life and work of American puppeteer Margo Lovelace, interspersed with excerpts from productions that employ various types of puppets. Features performances by the Lovelace Theatre and excerpts from the 1976 film "The puppet proposition," including the Academy-Award-nominated "Museum piece." Bonus DVD comprises puppet performances from the main film with a music-only soundtrack.
ContentsMargo Lovelace and the magic of poetry (28 min.)
Bonus DVD. Margo Lovelace and the magic of poetry : music only (16 min.)
Lovelace Theatre (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
Puppeteers -- United States -- Interviews.
Filmed puppet plays.
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|Other Titles|| Puppet proposition (Motion picture).
Love, Kenneth, film producer, director of photography.
Lovelace, Margo, interviewee, puppeteer.
Glovier, Tom, composer.
Kenneth A. Love International, production company.
Lovelace Theatre (Pittsburgh, Pa.), performer.
Humanity Docs (Firm), publisher.
Interviewee, Margo Lovelace ; puppeteers, Margo Lovelace [and sixteen others].
Editor, Tom Dubensky ; composer, Thomas Glovier ; videographers, Kenneth Love, Mark Perrot.
Originally released as a documentary film in 2013.
DVD-R (might not be compatible with all players); NTSC; all regions; widescreen presentation.
2 videodiscs (28 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.