Giant Puppets Attack France

Royale de Luxe, the French marionette street theater company known for their over-the-top spontaneous performances (like this one) is at it again. This weekend they staged a performance in their hometown of Nantes, France in which giant marionette scuba diver operated by cranes and a small army of assistants searches for his lost-at-sea niece.

Really cool stuff, but if I didn’t know what was going on and I looked out my fifth story window to find a giant puppet staring back at me, I might lose it.

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3 Responses to “Giant Puppets Attack France”
  1. airlag says:

    Really impressive!
    But this event is everything but spontaneous. This must have been prepared a long time (alone building the puppets) and was for sure an organizators nightmare.

  2. Vedette says:

    making puppets as large as those would really take up a lot of time

  3. Anita Halbich says:

    Were can we see them next. They look wonderful. We’re always up for something new and interesting.

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