The Last Curtain For Puck Players and 150 Gems For Tin Whistle

Bloomington's long-running Puppet Theatre retires. And traditional music Grey Larsen introduces his latest book.

  • a girl holds an owl puppet

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    Photo: Puck Players Puppet Theatre

    Zoe, the doorman and ticket tearer, holding Mr. Owl, from the show "Katy No Pocket".

  • a man plays a low whistle

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    Photo: courtesy Rock Paper Scissors

    Grey Larsen with one of his many tin whistles.

This week on Artworks,

After 50 years the curtain lowers on the Puck Players Puppet Theatre. WFIU’s George Walker speaks with two of the puppeteers, Nina Ost and David White, about the theater’s place in Bloomington.

And also on the program,

Musician Grey Larsen talks about his latest book, 150 Gems of Irish Music for the Tin Whistle, and why learning the tunes is about more than just the notes.

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