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Boy Crazy

Created & Performed by Amanda Card & Bee Hall

June 23 @ 7PM
Ars Nova | 511 W 54 St
& Streaming on Ars Nova Supra

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Boy Crazy is an autobiographical solo puppet show that uses shadow puppetry, toy theater, glow sticks, and a live feed camera to animate the Adventures of a Queer Engaged Divorced Ex-Evangelical Widow. Getting married at 22 is not so weird when you’re an evangelical from Tennessee. Getting divorced at 26, re-engaged at 29, widowed at 30, re-engaged at 32, and then realizing that you’re queer at 35? Not! Not as much.

Amanda Glynn Card (she/her) is a multidisciplinary theatre artist. Her
work has appeared at Object Movement’s 2021 and 2022 Puppetry Festivals, La MaMa etc., Puppets Come Home, Teatro SEA’s Micro Theater Festival, Dixon Place’s Puppet BloK, Great Small Works’ Toy Theater Festival, Nasty Brutish & Short, Bee Hall’s music video Park Song, and most recently in Maiko Kikuchi and Spencer Lott’s 9000 Paper Balloons at Japan Society.

Bee Hall (she/her) is a singer songwriter based out of Brooklyn, NY. Born in Alabama, the sounds of classic country, Americana, and southern rock have taken root in her music. Her newest single “Park Song” is a love letter to Prospect Park in Brooklyn and explores queer love and longing. Find her on Instagram @beehallmusic and TikTok @beehallyoucanbe.