A co-production of Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theatre & Theatre KAPOW of Manchester, New Hampshire Conceived and Written by Vít Hořejš Co-Directed by Hořejš and Matt Cahoon
The Life And Times Of Lee Harvey Oswald revisits three 1963 national traumas: the assassinations of President Kennedy, his brother, and Rev. Martin Luther King. Exploring the shrouded, dense cobwebs of multiple conspiracy theories that attempt to justify these senseless acts. The main protagonists inexorably approach the Grassy Knoll guided by fate as marionettes are powered by their strings.
About the Artists
The Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theatre (CAMT) is dedicated to the preservation and presentation of traditional and not-so-traditional puppetry. Since founding the company in 1990, they have created over twenty original productions and garnered accolades from the press and dedicated audiences aged 5 to 105.