Jug-Baby: An Autobiography
A one-woman puppet show by C. Kennedy, with music by Upholstery
& animations by Sean Macphee and Nora Humpage.
Presented on three very special occasions in Philadelphia
and as part of the 2014 New Orleans Fringe Festival!
Unsure of how they will be able to feed their unexpected child, Mother and Father do the only logical thing they can think of: they place their newborn baby in a jug in order to mold it into something they can sell to a circus. When Jug-Baby finally emerges, it has no gender or identity to call its own, and soon realizes that others can mold it into whatever they desire. Join Jug-Baby on a whimsical journey of sexuality and self-discovery
featuring puppets, animation and live music, as it learns to find its own identity that remains buried underneath the expectations and desires of others.
Sunday Nov. 2nd @ The Rotunda
4014 Walnut St
Thursday Nov. 6th The Chateau,
1414 Castle Ave (btwn Morris and Moore, just off Broad)
Friday Nov. 14th @ Yell Gallery
2111 E Susquehanna Ave
Pay what you can, suggested $10-$15
Monday, November 17th
1045 Haywood Rd
Special musical guests
The Resonant Rogues
As part of the 2014 New Orleans Fringe Festival
Wed. Nov. 19th @ 9pm
Thurs. Nov. 20th @ 9 & 11pm
Fri. Nov 21st @ 9 & 11pm
Sat. Nov. 22nd @ 9pm
Sun. Nov 23rd @ 5pm
628 Elysian Fields Ave
All shows $8 with a fringe button, cash only.
Buttons available at the door, $3.