Inès Zeller Bass
Isidorıs Cheek

Childrenıs Museum of the Arts
September 19, 20, 26, 27

Conceived and Performed by Ines Zeller Bass
Designed by Jana Zeller
Directed by Eric Bass
Music Composed and Recorded by Peter Tavalin
Inspired by a German childrenıs book.

INES ZELLER BASS has been performing with puppets since 1968, when she became a member of the Munich marionette theater, Kleines Spiel, where she worked for ten years. In 1978 she created her childrenıs hand puppet theater, Punschi, which was toured in Europe and America. Her work with Sandglass Theater has included two full-stage childrenıs productions. The Box Show and Dwarf Longnose, as well as collaborations on adult pieces, Sand, and The Village Child. The Box Show has been presented by the Lincoln Center Institute, as well as Arts-in-Education Institutes in Buffalo, Rochester and Utica, New York. It has toured Germany, Finland, and Japan, and has recently returned from a tour of France and Spain. Mrs. Bass also teaches residencies in puppetry in Vermont schools and has given professional training workshops in Japan. Mrs. Bass is presently working on a solo piece for adults and was assistant director and co-producer of Brechtıs Caucasian Chalk Circle, which was performed at the Henson International Festival of Puppet Theater in New York City in September 1996.