Puppet Notebook Issue 7

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Another interesting edition of contemporary puppet articles to keep you in the picture. This time on the theme of "New Life for Old Things" and how to document today's performance for the future. News items include a section dedicated to problems faced by London's Theatre Museum and an overview of British UNIMA activities during 2005-06. Under the heading of Dispatches there is a review of the 7th International Shadow Theatre Festival in Schwabisch Gmund (Germany) by Zannie Fraser; a profile of puppet theatre director, Lily Herzberg, by Paul Herzberg and Adrian Kohler; restoring hope in Bali by Rucina Ballinger on the work of dalang, I Made Sidia; a review of the International Festival at Charleville-Mezieres by Anna Ingleby; a feature on the variety in South African puppetry by Penny Francis; and Icarus in the Megapolis (Berlin) by Hartmut Topf. Features include Behind the Scenes at Puppet Planet by Lesley Butler and Follow the Grey Giants - A New Medium for Health Awareness in Kenya by Thomas Riccio. The issue is tailed by performance and book reviews and the Diary divided betwen UK and International  with a section on Philately News. A4 format; 25pp; 34 b/w photographs.

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