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Margo McCreary puppet show in NYM Friday [UPDATED]

Published 9:22am Thursday, October 11, 2012 Updated 11:24am Thursday, October 11, 2012

Diggity Dog Days, a puppet show for dog lovers, will be performed at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 12 at the Cultural Center in New York Mills.

Admission is $12 advance reservation (call 218-385-3339) or $15 the night of the performance. Student admission is $5. Members receive a $2 discount, and everyone who brings a non-perishable food item for the food shelf will get an additional $1 discount. Details are available at the Cultural Center website, www.kulcher.org.

Margo McCreary, a Minneapolis-based artist presents an adult puppet show about an irrepressible dog and his aging owner, created and performed with live music and original songs composed by Marya Hart and drums and percussion by Bruce Wintervold. Directed by Zaraawar Mistry.

When changes in his aging owner’s life begin to affect his everyday routine, Jack the dog responds doggedly, causing confusion and distress for all. An unexpected adventure to the dog park threatens to only make matters worse, but a brood of neighborly urban chickens intervenes to save the day!

Set to a jazzy score with lively original songs, Diggity Dog Days is a paw-lickin’ good frolic on heartache and hope.

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