The Band played a love song at the Kaffé
Some great puppet scenes get saved from the cutting room floor! In this scene, the puppets fall under the spell of live music but as soon as the music ends, so do the feelings. All puppets, performances, costumes, props and sets are made by hand by the people of Wakefield, a small community of misfits somewhere in West Quebec. The scenes are set in real locations and feature some well known locals. The drama, however, is pure fiction.
Written, edited and directed by: Nadia Ross
Video and audio by: Rob Scott and Nadia Ross
Music: “Fragile” by Wayne Hunter
Puppets by: Wayne Hunter, Sue Hunter, Rick Ritza, Stephanie Hill, River Jay Wellburn, Anne Winship, Michael Kinghorn, William Hamilton St-Aumond and George Acheson
Puppeteers: Nadia Ross, Rob Scott, Lori Doran and Ryan MacDonald
Puppet voices: Wayne Hunter, Chris Honegger and Michael Mckinnell
Set Design: cj fleury, Rob Scott, Heidi Honegger and Julie Cameron
Props: Rob Scott and Heidi Honegger
Costume: Heidi Honegger, Rob Scott, Sue Hunter and Stephanie Hill
Produced by Shauna Kadyschuk and Nadia Ross
A STO Union Production
We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts.