KNOXVILLE, Tennessee – This December 7-10, 2017, Cattywampus Puppet Council and the Good Guy Collective will present their first collaborative theatre piece at Modern Studio titled, What the Water Tells Me. Through hip-hop, puppetry, and dance, What the Water Tells Me follows two children’s journeys to adulthood as they navigate the changes that occur in their home town and within themselves, when a large utility company threatens the waters that raised them. This collaborative and innovative show has involved many hands throughout its creation and has truly become a community art project. Four performances will be offered during the four day run and each will feature an audience “talkback” session afterward.
Thursday, Dec.7th-Doors 7:30pm, Show 8pm “Pay What You Can Night”- This donation-based show is open for everyone to attend regardless of funds. Tickets will only be sold at door. Cost: Suggested Donation ($10-$20)
Friday, Dec.8th- Doors 7:30pm, Show 8pm “Hip-Hop & Puppets Night”-This evening will also include several local hip-hop acts after the show. Cost: $15
Saturday, Dec.9th- Doors 7:30pm, Show 8pm “Puppet Dance Party”- This evening will include a DJ’d Puppet Dance Party after the show. Cost: $15
Sunday, Dec. 10th- Doors 2pm, Show 2:30pm- “Family Show”- This matinee will be geared towards kids and will include a free puppetmaking station open from 2-2:30pm. Cost: Kids 2 & under (FREE), Kids 3 & up ($10), Adults ($15). Ticket price includes puppetmaking.
For more info about the show, visit our facebook page What the Water Tells Me. To buy advance tickets, please visit: https://whatthewatertellsme.bpt.me.
Cattywampus Puppet Council is a registered non-profit in the state of Tennessee and fiscally sponsored by Community Shares. CPC gathers and imagines stories inspired by nature and the human experience in the South East to bring people together. Through workshops, public art, performances, and parades, CPC seeks to promote play and community-based storytelling as integral to our individual growth and the health of our communities. CPC believes art accessibility invigorates an individual’s sense of ownership and power within community.
Good Guy Collective’s mission is to empower young creatives to find the best version of themselves and build community through the culture of Hip-Hop.