Bread and puppets for all–all weekend long!

bread puppet museum If you’ve never seen Bread & Puppet Theatre, they’ve been around since the early ’60s, using puppets and other visuals to tell stories without words.  We’ve been to their museum in VT, enjoying 20-odd-foot-tall puppets, fresh baked bread, and cheap, zany artwork (our kitchen houses a screen print saying, “Let’s eat garlic and make out”).  Tonight catch a somewhat adult-themed show at the Met School’s Black Box Theatre.  Tomorrow, catch a free, family-friendly show outside Brown, and Sunday, another at Trinity United Methodist Church.  I kind of doubt they’ll have bread with them at the shows, but you never know.

Friday: The Met School / 325 Public Street, Providence / 8 p.m. / $10 at door or at

Saturday: Main Green at Brown University / 3 p.m. / free

Sunday: parking lot of the Trinity United Methodist Church, corner of Broad and Bridgham Streets, Providence / 3 p.m. / free  


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