The Great Small Works folks will be having a week full of scheduled events beginning Friday May 23rd. The exhibit portion of the event will include a brand-new collaboration between Justseeds artist Erik
Ruin and sculptor Amy Walsh, a tabletop sculpture depicting urbanism gone awry.
GREAT SMALL WORKS was founded in 1995 as a collective of artists who keep theater at the heart of social life...Drawing on folk, avant-garde, and popular theater traditions to address contemporary issues...[their] productions consistently reinvent ancient, popular theater techniques: Toy Theater, mask and object theater, circus, sideshow, and picture-show (cantastoria)...and seek to renew, cultivate, and strengthen the spirits of their audiences, promoting theater as a model for reanimating the public sphere and participating in democratic life.
Great Small Works will transform St. Ann's Warehouse with its colossal event of miniature proportions. Come see: Six different programs for adult audiences, a program for family audiences, a late-night cabaret for developing work, two symposia, two public workshops for all ages, and an extensive exhibition of both historic and brand-new examples of that elaborate, provocative, arcane and charming form called Toy Theater. Find the full schedule here
Tickets can be found at
St. Ann’s Warehouse
38 Water St.
Where all events will be held!