Mark Blashford's "Jack & Jill"
A one-man puppet show performed by actor, puppeteer and musician Mark Blashford, featuring hand-carved, folk-toy-inspired puppets and live music. The story addresses water conservation and water rights presented in the style of an Appalachian Jack Tale. Appropriate for children. After the show, Blashford will host a Q&A including a discussion of using children’s art to address serious environmental problems.
This program is sponsored by the Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues and co-sponsored by the Center of Sustainability Education, Alliance for Aquatic Resources Monitoring (ALLARM), and the department of theatre & dance. It is part of the Clarke Forum’s semester theme, Sustainability.
puppetry, water conservation, water rights, sustainability
Environmental Sciences | Sustainability | Water Resource Management
Blashford, Mark. "Mark Blashford's 'Jack & Jill'." Ensemble video, 00:47:02. April 18, 2019.