A New York shirtwaist factory seven years after the Triangle Waist Factory fire is the setting for Triangle, a play for tabletop and shadow puppets, dramatic text, and live musicians.  While vocalists perform Patrick Keppel’s haunting text, puppets act as silent, spiritual incarnations of the story’s dream-like metaphors, woven together by Bradley Kemp’s richly layered improvisatory soundscape.

Past Performance and Workshops:

  • Judson Church (Triangle 99th Year Commemoration)
  • Dixon Place (PUNCH)
  • The Henson Carriage House (PATCH)
  • Center for Performance Research
  • Sandglass Theater
  • New England Conservatory of Music

Photos: Workshop and Premiere

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Triangle is supported in part by the Jim Henson Foundation the Vermont Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts.