Paperhand Puppet Intervention
Edenton Street – The People’s Procession
Since 1998, Paperhand Puppet Intervention has been using cardboard, corn starch, bamboo, your old house paints, and other assorted junk to create giant puppets, masks, shadow plays, and performances for all ages. They tell stories, beat drums, paint cardboard, sew cloth, get sweaty, push boundaries, and carry heavy things to help make the world a better place. Their parades, pageants, and shows are celebrations for everyone to enjoy; they are expressions of love, for the earth and its creatures.
Paperhand Puppet Intervention has been delighting audiences of all ages with their whimsical creations, fantastical beasts, and powerful storytelling. They use recycled and reclaimed materials to speak in the language of dreams and create spectacular spectacles that aspire to inspire the child in everyone.