Dan Hurlin has been creating original puppet theater since 1980 when he began directing a collaborative program between children ages 8 – 18 and internationally known artists. His work has been presented at New York’s The Kitchen, and Dance Theater Workshop; and Minneapolis’ Walker Art Center. Hurlin’s presentation follows the trajectory of his artistic career, from making theater for children, to being a solo theater artist in the East Village during the ’80s, to his current experimentations with puppetry and object based theater.”
Supported by the UM Department of Theatre & Drama.
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