The renowned Swiss mask theater troupe conjures a magical world, full of possibilities, without uttering a word. Featuring some of Mummenschanz's most popular sketches, as well as new creations. More…
The troupe's exploits use creative forms, shadow and light as well as manipulation of sculptural, expressive masks, and abstract shapes. The entire program of sculptural puppetry and visual antics is performed without music or sound. The result is a spectacle of entertainment that is suitable for the entire family to enjoy.
See it if You enjoy newer inventions about how to admire color, movement and light. It was a delightful experience with tremendous creativity.
Don't see it if You need words and music to enjoy visual art.
See it if you know Mummenschanz and are a fan of their work. It's charming, but at 80 intermission-less minutes, it's about 20 minutes too long.
Don't see it if If terms like "whimsical" and "charming" make you want to leave the theater screaming.
See it if You want to watch a show with minimal sound. You enjoy use of light and asymmetrical costumes used to portray colorful illustrations.
Don't see it if You need sound in your life to be entertained. You cant stand shows that could be childish at times. You want a show with story line.
See it if you like an artful, unique production that uses objects in an unconventional way to tell a story with humor inserted.
Don't see it if you don’t like a production without words or music. Be prepared, as there are many children in the audience.
See it if your favorite video game is Pong. This show is super simplistic with basic movements and comedy.
Don't see it if you want ingenuity and humor to make up for the lack of music or dialogue.
See it if You are with a child. This show is family friendly in that it requires a child to focus on movement without sound.
Don't see it if You’ve seen them before as this incarnation is disappointing, feels too long and is lackluster by comparison.