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Tree Pop

From 5 member  reviews
Members say: Enchanting, Slow, Quirky, Ambitious, Better for kids or adult kids w/patience

About the show

This HERE Dream Music Puppetry Presentation takes you to a small community of eccentric characters in a pretend outcrop on the side of a mountain far far away.  More…

The train conductor welcomes you to travel around the tiny town and through the woods on a miniature train, which runs around the perimeter of the playing area. In the center trees grow, dance, and walk around; a poet houses a family of displaced birds in his beard; a woman lifts off the ground in her pigeon shoes, and a creature lurks.

Member Reviews (5)


Enchanting, Slow, Quirky, Ambitious, Better for kids or adult kids w/patience
Avg Score

Delightful, Enchanting, Great acting, Refreshing

See it if you have children 4-8 that you want to take or your still capable of seeing things as a child can.

Don't see it if you're a bit too jaded to see all change as positive.

Enchanting, Slow

See it if You enjoy non-narrative, experimental movement/puppetry pieces that feel meditative. You liked YOKAI at The Tank.

Don't see it if You want a story. You want a piece that communicates something.

Ambitious, Slow, Intense, Meandering, Excruciating

See it if You have a very patient child

Don't see it if You are looking for linear plot.

Quirky, Charming

See it if you're keen to see an odd little dance/object theater piece. Delightful in many ways, definitely not to all tastes. Good for kids.

Don't see it if you want a narrative, are unamused by physical theater and low-tech constructed design elements.

Enchanting, Slow, Sweet, Better for kids or adult kids w/patience

See it if you want to see really clever costumes/props on a small budget. Appreciate very sincere, simple, but slow shows built on a bit of whimsy.

Don't see it if you need a clear plot, a big budget, or complex themes. This is simple, straightforward, quiet & sweet.

Also The program says this was a tribute and it seems to me a very loving o... Read more Read less

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