National Marionette Theatre
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National Marionette Theatre information
Loudly touted as the longest-running marionette show in the city – performed almost continuously since 1991 (a fact, some say, that is reflected in the enthusiasm of the performances) – Don Giovanni is a life-sized puppet version of the Mozart opera, and has spawned several imitations around town. Younger kids’ attention might begin to wander fairly early on during this two-hour show.