Master of Puppets

Puppet Titus Andronicus

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Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider is one of the producers behind the off-Broadway show "Puppet Titus Andronicus". Directed by Ryan Rinkel, "Puppet Titus Andronicus" began preview performances this past Thursday, July 24 at Off-Broadway at Theatre Row's Beckett Theatre (410 West 42nd Street) in Manhattan, prior to an official press opening of July 30, and will continue to play through August 17.

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Puppet Titus Andronicus Begins Off-Broadway Tonight

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Puppet TitusThe Puppet Shakespeare Players and STT Productions present the world premiere of PUPPET TITUS ANDRONICUS - a fresh, comedic take on Shakespeare's "worst" play performed in the style of "Avenue Q" - Off-Broadway at Theatre Row's Beckett Theatre (410 West 42nd Street) in Manhattan. Directed by Ryan Rinkel, PUPPET TITUS ANDRONICUS will begin preview performances tonight, July 24 prior to an official press opening of July 30, and will continue to play through August 17.

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Puppet Titus Andronicus starts July 24

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Puppet TitusThe Puppet Shakespeare Players and STT Productions present the world premiere of PUPPET TITUS ANDRONICUS - a fresh, comedic take on Shakespeare's "worst" play performed in the style of "Avenue Q" - Off-Broadway at Theatre Row's Beckett Theatre (410 West 42nd Street) in Manhattan. Directed by Ryan Rinkel, PUPPET TITUS ANDRONICUS will begin preview performances on July 24 prior to an official press opening of July 30, and will continue to play through August 17.

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Dee Snider using puppets to put his spin on Shakespeare in Broadway show

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The frontman of the heavy metal band Twisted Sister has joined forces with ... some puppets.

Yes, Dee Snider is putting his own spin on Shakespeare in a new Broadway production "Puppet Titus Andronicus."  

Snider's new show is a collaboration with the Puppet Shakespeare Players, a New York-based theater troupe. They use puppets in a comedic take on Shakespeare's so-called worst play. It opened to previews Thursday with the official premiere on July 30th.

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