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The Yale Puppeteers & The Turnabout Theatre

Date
Mar 21, 2021 @ 12:00 AM
Cost
Free
Organizer’s Site
exhibits.lapl.org/lifeonastring/
Council District
City Council District 14
Event Series Dates
Ongoing
The Los Angeles Public Library presents the life’s work of Harry Burnett, Forman Brown, and Richard “Roddy “Brandon. Together, they forged a professional and deeply personal bond that lasted a lifetime and invited Los Angles to turnabout! The marionettes were a “must see” part of Los Angeles from 1941 through 1956.  This online exhibit is part of a display in the Getty Gallery.

Location

Los Angeles Central Library – Online
Los Angeles, CA United States
Phone:
213.228.7250

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