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Writer's Center
4508 Walsh Street Bethesda, MD 20815
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Metered parking on Fri night till 10pm. Free Sat and Sun. Walking dist. to Bethesda metro. General admission, so arrive early.
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15 reviews
4 stars
attended Sep 07 2013

Very clever use of puppetry. A fun and lively plot well acted by a talented group of performers. Easy to follow and very entertaining. Recommend this show!

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56 reviews
4 stars
attended Aug 31 2013

It wasn't what I expected, but still well worth the trip. The show was only marginally about Mark Twain. It used famous Twain characters (Huckleberry, Becky, Tom, Jim, and Twain himself) to tell several stories from the American folk mythology...continued

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22 reviews
4 stars
attended Sep 05 2013

The cast was already in character as the audience was arriving, and bantered with us before the show itself started. The cast players showed a lot of enthusiasm, and were quite talented. However, the material (i.e., the content of the show) was...continued

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Website

http://pointlesstheatre.com/wp/shows/

Quotes & Highlights

“… the down-homiest, eye-catchiest, gee-whizziest show in the Fringe.” —MD Theater Guide

Description

The show will run approximately 55 minutes with no intermission.

About the Ticket Supplier: Pointless Theatre Company

Pointless Theatre Co. was founded in 2009 as a group dedicated to performing innovative and exuberant puppet theatre. Pointless Theatre Co. is dedicated to creating bold, visceral, and affordable spectacles that gleefully smash the traditional boundaries between puppetry, theatre, dance, music, and the visual arts.