– Macbeth’s Soliloquy

Macbeth’s Soliloquy

The Power of the Puppet

Pareidolia is the brain wanting to make sense of a random assemblage and make it into something more familiar. Here dish washing brush with no additional features other than the puppeteers fist and fingers at the base becomes a character. The highlight of the illusion is where the brush reacts to an insult. It is just a brush.

70 year old master puppeteer Tom Bonham draws upon his 60 years of performing to present highly imaginative, object puppetry production “Puppet Show for a Kitten”.   Pareidolia is the brain wanting to make sense of a random assemblage and make it into something more familiar.  Accordingly, this is often added to the production “Puppet Pareidolia” for a longer program lenghth.  It can also be added to “A Little Broadway” as well.

See also:

Puppet Pareidolia
A Little Broadway