Would you buy a carrot from this man?

“The Carrot Salesman” by Brad Shur
Saturday, March 15 at 11am and 2 pm
Arlington Center for the Arts theater
Tickets
$7; 3 for $20 by cash or check at the door
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Join Mr. Bunni,
a door-to-door vegetable salesman, as he journeys from earth to sea and even to
outer space to find new customers. Will he ever sell enough carrots to please
his boss? Or will his new friends teach him a valuable lesson? This imaginative
tabletop performance features a live actor, colorful 2D paper puppets, and
plenty of audience interaction. 
Brad Shur is
a versatile puppeteer who has created and performed characters made of
everything from pixels to paper mache. He is the Artist in Residence at Puppet
Showplace Theatre in Brookline, MA.
We offer two performances of this warm, funny show: 11am and 2pm
Please stay after to plant your own carrot and play with puppets!
Brad Shur’s original works
include The Yankee Peddler: Stories and Songs from Old New
England 
and The Magic Soup and Other Stories, recently
featured at the Puppeteers of America National Festival 2013. Prior to becoming
the Artist in Residence at Puppet Showplace, Shur toured the country as a
performer with Big Nazo (Rhode Island), Wood & Strings Theatre (Tennessee)
and The PuppeTree (Vermont). As a builder Shur has designed and fabricated
puppets for American Idol, Dollywood, Avenue Qproductions, and the
U.S.S. Constitution Museum. Shur is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of
Design.