Super Sunday Featured Artists

Don't miss these featured artists on the Festival's Super Sunday.

Event times and locations are listed below.


BIG NAZO

Big Nazo's tribe of friendly trolls, extraterrestrials and human-animal hybrids combines comedy, music and a variety of puppet, mask, and sculpture techniques. Go ahead and give them a hug!

> Appearing throughout the afternoon on and around the Great Lawn.

> Learn more about BIG NAZO

Big Nazo


Bonnie Duncan 

Creator/performer Bonnie Duncan blends puppetry, dance and physical theater in surprising, silly and delightful ways.

> Appearing from 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. in the Shapiro Campus Center Theater.

> Learn more about Bonnie Duncan and "Lollipops for Breakfast"

Bonnie Duncan

Waldo & Woodhead 

Physical comedy, masterful juggling and eccentric music by two "masters of mayhem" who have been performing their one-of-a-kind antics around the world for over twenty years. 

> Appearing from 1:30 - 2:20 p.m. in the Shapiro Campus Center Theater.

> Learn more about Waldo & Woodhead

Waldo & Woodhead


Molly Haas-Hooven '09 and Cat Wagner '09

Brooklyn-based Molly Haas-Hooven (playwright) and Cat Wagner (choreographer) alchemize movement and writing into dance theater worlds. 

> Appearing at 4 - 4:20 p.m. outside the Rose Art Museum

Molly Haas-Hooven and Cat Wagner


Second Line Social Aid and Pleasure Society Brass Band (SLSAPS)

SLSAPS slams out the sounds of New Orleans for peace rallies, street festivals and parades and are part of the organizing force behind the annual HONK! festival of activist street bands. 1:00 – 1:20 p.m. Shapiro Campus Center Atrium / Great Lawn.

> Appearing from 1 - 1:30 p.m. on the Great Lawn.

> Learn more about SLSAPS.

SLSAPS


Christina Bechstein

Interdisciplinary artist Christina Bechstein has taught in art, design and architecture programs across the United States, most recently at Maine College of Art. She is the founder of Love Lab in Portland, Maine. 

> Felt-making workshops with Christina outside the Rose Art Museum throughout the afternoon.

Christina Bechstein