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A Very Short History of Toy Theatre

A Very short history of toy Theatre as performed by Center for Advanced Visual Studies fellow John Bell. accompanied by: Trudi Cohen (visiting artist) on toy piano Jenny Romaine (visiting artist) on accordian Joe Zane (CAVS staff and VAP instructor) on ukulele Shaunalynn (student) Duffy on banjo shot on a handheld camera by CAVS staff member Meg Rotzel, this performance took place at the CAVS 2009 Giant Art Party

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