Unintentional Significance: A Puppet Show About Everything and Nothing
Everything is significant. Nothing is significant.
An orangutan playing chess, resurrected roadkill, cicadas, puppets on fire, puppets under water, a blue light bulb and so much more. Unintentional Significance: A Puppet Show About Everything and Nothing invites the viewer to find meaning in the meaningless and truth among the absurd. What will you discover?
Tags: Puppetry, Experimental, Online
Rating: PG (13+)
Autumn Kaleidoscope creates theatrical performances that aim to be high in quality, well researched, and feature elements of both the familiar and the absurd. Founded by Sean P. Mette to tell the story of a girl wanting to dance in a Burlesque show for furries (“Furlesque”), Autumn Kaleidoscope has been creating art in Cincinnati for six years. Autumn Kaleidoscope’s newest productions often premiere at the Cincinnati Fringe Festival.
Past Fringe Credits
2020 – The Bassoonist
2019 – Martha
2018 – Billy: The Haunting of William Howard Taft
2017 – My Darling Dilophosaurus
2016 – Furlesque