Toiley T. Paper: Roll Model!Puppeteer Grant Baciocco, a Jim Henson Company veteran who is featured in the new Mystery Science Theater 3000 reboot, performs exposed onstage Avenue Q-style, but it takes little imaginative effort to embrace the shrill, excitable Toiley as living individual. The puppet, built by Russ Walko of Puppet Garage, is a simple hand-and-rod figure that lacks even an eye blink function, but Baciocco is able to create a wide range of expressions just by tilting or scrunching Toiley's cottony face.
Grant Baciocco - Hollywood, CA
5 DATES THROUGH MAY 28, 2016
Length: 40 Min
Price: $10 (Disc: FA | FV | MIL | STU | SR | Puppeteers)
Rating: 18 & Up – Language, Mature Themes
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