James Godwin of “The Flatiron Hex”

Little Shadow Productions presents THE FLATIRON HEXListen in as James Godwin, co-creator and performer of The Flatiron Hex, discusses his roots in puppetry, accidental iconography, flood myths, how you know when your puppet is complete, astounding coincidences, mocking the sacred to make it stronger, how the show requested the puppets (and extreme physicality), and why you should make the kind of things that you enjoy.

“…you know your [work] is done when you’re sitting there, and you decide, ‘there’s one more thing I’m going to change.’ Don’t ever do that change. Because if you think there’s only one more thing to change, you’re about to destroy [it]…”

Little Shadow Productions presents

The Flatiron Hex

performed and co-written by James Godwin
directed and co-written by Tom Burnett

thru September 30, 2017

HERE Arts Center
145 Sixth Avenue
Manhattan

tickets: $25, available via the HERE website

Little Shadow Productions presents THE FLATIRON HEX, co-created and performed by James Godwin, photo by Richard Termine

Little Shadow Productions presents THE FLATIRON HEX, co-created and performed by James Godwin, photo by Richard Termine

Little Shadow Productions presents THE FLATIRON HEX, co-created and performed by James Godwin, photo by Richard Termine

Little Shadow Productions presents THE FLATIRON HEX, co-created and performed by James Godwin, photo by Richard Termine

photos by Richard Termine

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