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Under the Same Sky

Beady Little Eyes & Sacred Playplace presents...

Under the Same Sky
Live Music! Storytelling! Puppetry!

Through live original music, storytelling and puppetry, Tracy McFarland and Dan
Luce uplift and attune audiences, young and old, to their own personal joy and
heart-centered intuition. Under the Same Sky features three stories: of the river,
of the forest and of the mountain. The characters range from philosophical
crows, to guitar-playing trees, to a cloud-surfing Yeti! All are theatrically
portrayed through a skillful and innovative combination of rod puppetry,
marionette, and shadow puppetry. The show is book-ended with live musical
performances which leave people feeling profoundly peaceful and elevated.

This is a 45 minute performance w/ no intermission.

Good for adults and kids ages 3 and up.

Dates: Sept 21 - 23, 2018
Times: Friday @ 7pm, Saturday* & Sunday at 2pm & 7pm
Location: The Headwaters Theatre, 55 NE Farragut St., Portland, OR, 97211
Tickets: $20 Adult / $10 kids under 12
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Other Info: This show is suitable for ages 5 and older!

*Please note: The Saturday evening performance will be followed by a 30
minute live music set by musicians: Tyler Stuart, Tracy McFarland, Aaron
Coffeen, and Dan Luce

Dan Luce is a master puppeteer, multi-instrumentalist musician and
interdisciplinary artist based in Portland, Oregon. Throughout 20+ years in
puppetry, he has studied and performed internationally under the late German
marionette master, Albrecht Roser and American marionette master, Phillip
Huber (Oz the Great and Powerful, Being John Malkovich). He is an alumnus of
the National Puppetry Conference at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre Center in
Connecticut. Since 2005, Dan has worked as a puppet designer and artisan for
the world-renowned Michael Curry Design, where he collaborates with clients
including Disney, Cirque du Soleil, Universal Studios and Blue Man Group. Dan
continues to produce original works of puppetry and music from his home
studio, often in collaboration with his wife, Tracy McFarland, and a close circle of
artists, musicians and puppeteers.

Tracy McFarland is a teacher and storyteller with a deep love for humanity and
for the Earth. Over the last year, she rediscovered her love of singing and began
writing songs inspired by Nature. Tracy integrates her creative gifts with her
studies of shamanic energy medicine and sound healing. It is her intention to
bring light, joy, and a sense of playfulness through her words and music.