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Includes admission to all shows (except the 5/21 Benefit, Kamp,
and workshops). Festival pass-holders are advised that reservations to
individual shows must still be made.
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Hotel Modern's Kamp
(June 2 -6)
$30 - $50
(Students and Festival Pass-holders save $10)
Workshop (June 12, 1PM)
$20 Adults, $10 Kids
Learn about the history and construction of
toy theater stages and puppets, then create your own story—in a box!
All ages welcome
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FESTIVAL PASS ALERT
Only a handful of Festival Passes remain. Once passes are sold-out you can still purchase individual tickets. Remember passes do not include tickets to Kamp or the Workshop which must be purchased separately.
Great Small Works' 9th International Toy Theater Festival officially opened Sun May 30 and the kick-off was heralded through the streets of DUMBO with the Greatest Smallest Parade.
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“The tiniest blockbusters in town… a wonderful array of new, experimental and traditional toy theater productions” - The New York Times
“All the realistic elements contribute to a performance that is so
gripping that when it ends the audience is unsure whether to clap of
leave the theater silently” - Noordhollands Dagblad (Kamp)
A monumental theatrical event on the smallest of scales! With an eclectic range of theater miniaturists from around the world and around the neighborhood, Great Small Works celebrates an all but lost 19th century theatrical form.
This spring, a breathtaking and powerful lineup of productions, both classic and experimental, will make their home at St. Ann’s Warehouse. For two weeks, enjoy miniature performances in intimate spaces, with programs for adult audiences, a special show for the entire family, symposia and workshops, a late-night cabaret, and the Temporary Toy Theater Museum, an exhibition of historic and contemporary examples of that intricate, stunning, and adaptable entertainment called Toy Theater.
Holland’s Hotel Modern will also join the festival this year with their captivating production of Kamp. Hotel Modern attempts to imagine the unimaginable. An enormous scale model of Auschwitz fills the stage, brought to life by thousands of 3” tall handmade puppets enacting the greatest mass murder in history, committed in a purpose-built city. The actors move through the set like giant war reporters, filming the horrific events with miniature cameras; the audience becomes the witness.
The Toy Theater
Festival and Kamp are supported by: NY State
Council on the Arts, NYC
Department of Cultural Affairs, Consulate General of Spain, Scherman
Foundation, Mental Insight Foundation, Mexican Cultural Institute,
Davie and Joseph S. Kornfeld Foundation , the NEA and the Jim Henson