Stuffed & Unstrung! (Puppet Up in New York!)

ploobis

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When in June is it ending? I hope I can still see it!
I think it ends on June 26'th but you can check out the S&U website to see when it ends in NY.

Me & the folks are seeing the May 29'th 8pm show. The show that was originally gonna be the last show in NY.
 

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I found two clips of Brian, Leslie, and Bill preforming puppets on a morning show to promote it:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjTwqi5AfjU and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3gPjaQJ1u0. I think it's fun to see Leslie preform with Brian and Bill. I'm just curious, has Leslie ever cursed in one of the shows? I don't she's the type of person who likes to curse. Because in an old Puppet Up clip, she says "ugly as sin" instead of "ugly as s***." I'm just wondering.
 

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I found two clips of Brian, Leslie, and Bill preforming puppets on a morning show to promote it:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjTwqi5AfjU and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3gPjaQJ1u0. I think it's fun to see Leslie preform with Brian and Bill. I'm just curious, has Leslie ever cursed in one of the shows? I don't she's the type of person who likes to curse. Because in an old Puppet Up clip, she says "ugly as sin" instead of "ugly as s***." I'm just wondering.
It's an adult show, so they're bound to swear a few times, even the most pleasant-looking of people. You'd probably never expect Stephanie D'Abruzzo to say stuff like that, but then you see her in Avenue Q.

"Ugly as sin" is an actual phrase, not a censored version of that (listen to "The Ugly Song" from TMS: "I'm ugly, I'm ugly as sin").
 

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It's an adult show, so they're bound to swear a few times, even the most pleasant-looking of people. You'd probably never expect Stephanie D'Abruzzo to say stuff like that, but then you see her in Avenue Q.

"Ugly as sin" is an actual phrase, not a censored version of that (listen to "The Ugly Song" from TMS: "I'm ugly, I'm ugly as sin").
I suppose you're right.
 

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Leslie is someone I totally admire (like The Smothers Brothers, Bob Newhart, Stan Freberg) who is able to be hilarious, and even adult without swearing. She cares about kids and is completely aware of her image towards children.

That being said, I have heard Ms. Carrara-Rudolph 'let fly' now and then, but always when appropriate and never in a hateful or mean way.

Leslie is amazing and I'm lucky to call her a friend.
 

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Leslie is someone I totally admire (like The Smothers Brothers, Bob Newhart, Stan Freberg) who is able to be hilarious, and even adult without swearing. She cares about kids and is completely aware of her image towards children.

That being said, I have heard Ms. Carrara-Rudolph 'let fly' now and then, but always when appropriate and never in a hateful or mean way.

Leslie is amazing and I'm lucky to call her a friend.
Okay. And I agree. Leslie is very talented. I might get to meet her, because she's going to be at the Center for Puppetry Arts in September.
 

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Hey Friends,

I saw Stuffed & Unstrung on Saturday, May 29'th and here are some pictures of my night! :smile:

http://viewmorepics.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewPicture&friendID=155638282&albumId=2578693

The show was better then I ever could have imagined! Their improv was flawless and their performance was perfect!

They also re-created two classic Henson pieces from the 50's & 60's. They re-created "I've Grown accustomed To Your Face" and "Java". That was a great nostalgic touch to the show.

During the couples improv there was an actual marriage proposal on stage! She excepted. There wasn't a dry eye in the house.:cry:

All the puppeteers were nice and very personable. They took a lot of time telling of stories and showing me the puppets.

I highly recommend you see this show if you can! It's a MUST SEE SHOW!
 
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