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Location: Performed at Teatro Estudio Yerbabruja, Río Piedras, Puerto Rico, on May 24, 2003.
Synopsis: 'Baba Yaga' is the result of a nine-month laboratory in mask work and puppetry directed by Deborah Hunt in Río Piedras, Puerto Rico, in which the participants created their masks and puppets and collectively worked on the production. 'Baba Yaga' is an early and way more interesting version of Cinderella, with the heroine emerging as a strong and powerful being. Hunt presents these long workshops ...
Alt Title(s): King Ubu, Ubu Roi
Location: Performed at Teatro Estudio Yerbabruja, Río Piedras, Puerto Rico, on May 21, 2004.
Synopsis: These are Ubu times. Greed, power mongering, conspiracy, personal ambition and opportunism, persecution, absurd and inhuman carnage, treachery and war all resonate with the actions of the political world leaders today. Yes, says Deborah Hunt, it was time to perform Ubu Roi. With puppets. With masks. With small boats that become aircraft carriers and Ubu with his friends...Bush...Rumsfeld...Rice.....
Location: Performed at the Law School theater, Universidad Interamericana, San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 2002.
Synopsis: The experimental multimedia mask-and-puppet theater piece 'Cloche y el Cuervo II: El Regreso' is a reply to Deborah Hunt's 'Cloche y el Cuervo' the story of an unlikely hero. Cloche, who receives a letter, is propelled along a bizarre journey where his alter egos take the form of seductively malicious crows bent on his destruction. The audience of the first piece liked the crows more than Cloche....
Location: Performed at Teatro Estudio Yerbabruja, Río Piedras, Puerto Rico, on Oct. 26, 2003.
Synopsis: 'Arquearse' is a thriller in masks and puppets on the theme of biopiracy. Written and staged by Deborah Hunt, the piece premiered in Seville, ran in Río Piedras, Puerto Rico and at the University of Connecticut, United States, and was last performed in Magdalena Sin Fronteras, Santa Clara, Cuba. Deborah Hunt is a maskmaker, puppeteer and performance artist with 35 years experience in the creation...
Location: Performed in Arthings art supplies store, Santurce, Puerto Rico, in 2000.
Synopsis: Inspired by the 'Glamours' text of Alice Bailey, Deborah Hunt's 'Las Mirillas' talks about the attraction to illusion. A pilgrim, fisherman, guard, sleepwalker, witness and market woman shared two store windows and the space in between to explore the distortion of perception. The video projections allowed the public to see them in their natural habitats. This is Deborah Hunt's fourth work in the ...
Alt Title(s): Adventures of the young gods
Location: Performed in Antonia Quiñones Park, Condado, San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 2000.
Synopsis: 'Las Aventuras de los Jóvenes Dioses' ('The Adventures of the Young Gods') tells the stories of the Heroic Twins from the Popol Vuh, the Quiché/Maya book of creation. Based on an adaptation by Uruguayan author Eduardo Galeano, this performance was adapted and directed by Deborah Hunt and performed outdoors at the Antonia Quiñones Park in the Condado area of San Juan, Puerto Rico by the artist her...
Location: Performed in Santurce, Puerto Rico, on Feb. 3, 2005.
Synopsis: Maskmaker, puppeteer and performance artist Deborah Hunt lives in Barrio San Mateo, in Santurce, part of the greater metropolitan area of San Juan, Puerto Rico. In 2005, one half of the barrio was expropriated by the Housing Department of Puerto Rico, and although in the early days there was talk of mixed income housing, etc., the move to clear the area of its long time residents to make way for ...