by Jessica Yen
Baker's Dozen is a fun one-man puppet show that delightfully pokes fun at the justice system.
Each puppet transforms before our eyes and Proulx masterfully creates distinct physicality and characteristics for each one. You never know who's coming next, but the anticipation is always rewarded. There's lots of humour, and each puppet has a different kind of humour. But amidst all the fun, Proulx still manages to make some thoughtful commentary on societal views towards Gay men, white privilege and the jury system.
Post a Comment
Comments are moderated. Please read our guidelines for posting comments.