Harry Mayronne 
Member since May 14, 2013

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Re: “New Orleans Giant Puppet Festival

Looking forward to this year's festival--there are some really great performers coming from all over, and plenty of shows for kids as well as some for adults!

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Posted by Harry Mayronne on 04/14/2017 at 5:10 PM

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Re: “"Figures: People Who Amuse, Provoke and Inspire," puppets by Harry Mayronne

The Creason's address listed on this page is an old address. The correct address is 831 Chartres St. Might be a database issue.

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Posted by Harry Mayronne on 09/30/2016 at 4:12 PM

Re: “"Figures: People Who Amuse, Provoke and Inspire," puppets by Harry Mayronne

Thank you everyone for your kind words! And special thanks y to Creason's for allowing me a place to show my work...my little "people" are very happy!

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Posted by Harry Mayronne on 09/29/2016 at 8:44 PM

Re: “Happy End

I was recently asked why this musical theatre piece from 1929, Brecht/'Weill's "Happy End" is still relevant. The reason? One line from the show: "Robbing a bank is no crime, compared to owning one." As Lotte Lenya, the widow of the composer Kurt Weill, once said, "Corruption and poverty don't go out of fashion".

Last Friday evening, we had in the audience a gentleman who had been in a university production of "Happy End" nearly forty years ago. We met outside the Allway Lounge, on St, Claude Avenue, after the performance. He shared his memories of the production, and was even able to quote form the newspaper review. It was apparent the experience of seeing the show all these years later was very emotional for him. This man is is a friend of one of the performers in our production,and is now homeless. A most memorable and powerful encounter.

-Harry Mayronne, Musical Director of "Happy End" at the Allways Lounge in New Orleans.

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Posted by Harry Mayronne on 12/14/2015 at 6:38 PM

Re: “A Night of Puppet Theatre featuring Harry Mayronne Jr. and the Amazing Pandora Gastelum

Shows on the program include: Harry Mayronne's "From Buffa's to Berlin" (tales of Berlin and Paris) and Pandora Gastelum's "The City that Care Forgot" (adult tales of old New Orleans) Recommended for adults.

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Posted by Harry Mayronne on 12/19/2013 at 9:25 AM

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