Winter 1999 Volume 51, No. 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
The 90's, by Steve Abrams: Steve, POA president, looks at the decade behind us
The Magical, Remarkable Mr. Latshaw: An appreciation
Grab the Mic, by Pam Csipo: Pam writes about her education project with Atlanta teenagers.
Birth of a New PuppetTheater Museum, by Rolande Duprey: She describes the grand opening
Professor Bodywise and the Traveling Menagerie: Kaiser Permanente sponsors a touring show to promote health.
Seventh Indonesia Wayang Festival, by Nancy Staub: On attending the festival this past August.
Building John Malkovich, by Lee Armstrong: A look at creating the marionettes for Being John Malkovich.
DoLores Hadley, by Diane Houk and Robert Smith: A tribute to the artist.
Review: 3 shows from the Philadelphia Festival, by Steve Abrams
Review: Shockheaded Peter, by Miguel Romero: Show about "monstrous children and parents"
Review: Hate* *A Comedy, by Steve Lekowicz: A short film about a homicidal chicken.
Review: Big Top Machine, by Don Devet: A bittersweet story of a man trying to fulfill his dream.
On the Road with Daisy DeBolt, by Andrew Periale: Journal notes on putting a show together in 6 days.
More on the Mini-Disc, by Tom OLenick: The advances in sound for the puppet show
The National Puppetry Conference at the O'Neill Center, by Lois Corwin: She describes her experience in the program last Spring.
Thank You, Gayle Schluter, by Lettie Schluter: A message of appreciation to our outgoing Membership Officer