Photo & Supply
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Photo & Supply NYC Reviews and Tickets

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Slow, Confusing, Lacking, Opaque, Sincere

About the Show

Eat Drink Tell Your Friends presents a show featuring a colorful cast of handmade masks and puppets to tell a story about community, collective memory, and honoring the value of a physical record.

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Confusing, Slow, Good puppetry

See it if you're a puppetry fan & support the creation of new puppet shows for adults. Puppets aren't just for kids!

Don't see it if you aren't a puppetry fan, or aren't interested in learning more about & seeing more puppet shows. Read more

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Confusing, Slow, Opaque, Lacking, Sincere

See it if You like shadow puppetry. Unfortunately it was only a brief part of this work.

Don't see it if unless you're just very hungry to see anything involving puppetry.

Critic Reviews (2)

Theatre is Easy
March 22nd, 2017

“A thought-provoking and unique theatrical experience…‘Photo & Supply’ uses puppetry to physicalize what gentrification means to shop owners—something extremely difficult to express in more typical mediums—and conveys this tragic message seamlessly and beautifully. The work, skill, and wide knowledge base creators Rachel Schapira and Ashur Rayis put into this production are apparent in every gesture, scene transition, and attention to detail."
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Theater In The Now
March 28th, 2017

“'Photo & Supply' is on its way to becoming something worthwhile. The vantage in which they're telling this story is unique. But there were some faults and flaws that pulled the show backward...The lighting and scenic design occasionally forced the illusion to break…There was daring craftsmanship but the puppets lacked a common vocabulary…A great example of the courageous work that comes through the Flint & Tinder series...But this one wasn’t as polished as it could have been."
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