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Puppets, Politics and Pop Music: Taiwanese and Chinese Puppet Theatre in the 20th Century 

When: March 27-April 14 2012

Puppets can have a pretty hokey reputation, but there is something so charming and engaging about they way they can be made to embody such life-like characteristics, say, the stodginess of an old man or the sprightliness of a puppy. They can do a lot more than that, according to this new exhibit at CC's IDEA Space (825 N. Cascade Ave., theideaspace.com), Puppets, Politics and Pop Music: Taiwanese and Chinese Puppet Theatre in the 20th Century. Tonight's 4:30 opening reception features a talk by Robin Ruizendaal, managing and artistic director of the Taiyuan Puppet Theatre Company, a part of the Lin Liu-Hsin Puppet Theatre Museum, which will perform at CC in May. — Edie Adelstein

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