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Mummenschanz at the Marin Center

A creative Swiss performing group enthralls audiences with a mix of imagination, acting and dance.



Courtesy of Mummenschanz

The Marin Center will host the legendary Swiss performing group, Mummenschanz, this Sunday, November 2, as part of its limited U.S. tour.

Leave it to this creative Swiss performing group to turn toilet paper, sheets, foam and recycled trash into amazing huge slinkies, giant potato heads and balloons and towering tubes. Mummenschanz has delighted audiences for over 40 years with a unique mix of strange creatures, vibrant colors and imaginative shapes. Using elements of mime, acting and dance, Mummenschanz creates strange creatures who find themselves in amusing situations.  All ages will enjoy this imaginative display.

Marin Center Presents performances have entertained Bay Area audiences for over 26 years, spotlighting world-class entertainment from around the globe. The bonus is the performances take place in the beautiful setting of Marin Veteran’s Auditorium designed by renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright. 

If You Go:

Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014

3:00 p.m.

Marin Veterans’ Memorial Auditorium, 10 Avenue of the Flags, San Rafael, CA

Tickets: $20 - $60

Marin Center box office: 415-473-6800

Parking: Lot adjacent to auditorium

marincenter.org


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