Paul Zaloom
Sick but True: A Fabulous Evening with Paul Zaloom

The Public Theater
September 10, 11, 12 & 13
(World Premiere)

Presented through special arrangement with the Agency for the Performing Arts

Researched, Designed and Performed by Paul Zaloom
Written by Paul Zaloom, Donny Osman and Jed Weissberg
Directed by Donny Osman
Co-Director and Production Manager: Jed Weissberg
Lightning Design by William Shipley Schaffner
Overhead Projection Design by Paul Zaloom
Overhead Consultants: Marion Appel Slide
Projections Design by Jan Hartley
Slide Photography by Elizabeth Ennis and Steve Zitelli
Press Photography by Jim Moore Sick but True title concept by Tom Calagna and Neal Rodar

Parts of Sick but True were commissioned by Dance Theater Workshopıs First Light Project.

This performance has also been made possible, in part, by funds from The Henson Foundation and The Guggenheim Foundation.

PAUL ZALOOM joined the Bread & Puppet Theater in 1971 and continues to work with the company on the annual Domestic Resurrection Circus as the ringmaster. Sick but True is Zaloomıs ninth solo show. Since 1978, he has performed at venues across the U.S. and Europe. In 1991, he was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship for further research and development of his work. He is currently taping performances - as a eccentric scientist Beakman - for a syndicated childrenıs science show, Beakmanıs World, broadcast on over 2000 televisions stations.