Capistrano Circus will be reuniting to perform together in Bellingham, Washington. Strangely will be joining me for the northern and eastern U.S. shows, and Esther will be meeting back up with me in New Mexico. It's an honor to get to work with these wonderful performers once again!
My Etsy shop is up and running. Check it out to view the available promotional material for A Length of Rope. At the moment there are a few shadow cards and postcards. T-shirts soon to come!
Click Here to visit the shop!
A big thank you to my fiscal sponsor and practice home Anchorage Community Works! These folks will be providing non-profit sponsorship for my tour so all donations will be tax deductible!
A little bit about ACW:
Anchorage Community Works is a hub for creative collaboration in Anchorage. Our mission is to provide the space for you to make music, make art or simply make/join a community. ACW is a Do-It-Yourself arts and culture hub that is all about encouraging people to be creative and have fun. We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that goes by the name Trailer Art Center. Continuing the good work that the MTS Gallery started years ago, we are working hard to improve the arts and business communities of Anchorage.
An amazing tour gift from Maggie Willis! A travel rice cooker!
If you can't donate to the funding for this tour, I also have a supplies wish list. Most supplies would support free/by donation shadow puppet workshops:
-Small self-healing mats
-Sheets of balsa wood
I've been working on developing shadow puppet workshops to take on tour. Today was the first run of shadow puppets and shadow boxes at the Anchorage Museum. The workshop was paired with the University of North Carolina's planetarium show "The Longest Night."
Due to the time of year of my departure, the Alaska Highway may be a bit too dangerous for my little truck. Instead I will be taking the first ferry from Alaska to Bellingham on March 28th. Bellingham, see you April 1st!
Preparing my valiant tour vehicle. Found a perfectly equipped Ford Ranger up here in Anchorage. It even has a camping bed build into the back. Pretty exceptional for a six month home.
The preliminary tour route is planned. From Alaska to Washington, then east across the northern part of the United States, down the eastern coast, and then back around to Bellingham, Washington via the southern part of the United States. There are still plenty of open dates if you are interested in seeing this show in your town.
E-mail me to book a show!