The History of Ypsilanti, told by puppets

Someone apparently smuggled a camera past security, and into one of Saturday’s packed shows at the Dreamland Theater. It’s kind of blurry, but, as most of you are probably drunk, I don’t suppose it’ll matter all that much…

And, with that, I’m going to stop blogging for the night, and turn my attention toward the class I’ll be teaching on Thursday night for 826 Michigan. Remarkable as it may seem, I’m told there’s still space. So, if you were going to make a donation to this fantastic little organization anyway, why not do it this way, and get a little something out of it for yourself? Seriously, I think it’ll be fun.

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3 Comments

  1. Posted December 8, 2009 at 1:05 am | Permalink

    Ha! Yes, I evaded the hard-core Dreamland security goons. There was someone (perhaps more official than me) set up with a video camera and a tripod very near me, so I know other and better footage exists. Anyway, the puppet show was a lot of fun and educational (infotainment!), and the Shadow Art Fair was great as always.

  2. Phil T
    Posted December 8, 2009 at 11:16 am | Permalink

    It sounds like your voice changes at one part. It’s just about 2 words, but it doesn’t sound like you.

  3. Camera Girl
    Posted December 10, 2009 at 3:50 pm | Permalink

    I’m so jealous of Clementine. I would have loved to have seen my dad as a puppet when I was a kid. She must think you’re like a god.

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