THE QUEEN OF COLORS at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

Photo by J Bohn

Neal Weaver  – Stage Raw

On a small arched screen at center stage is played out the tale of the imperious, fickle and slightly goofy Little Queen, represented by a stylized shadow puppet. At stage left is painter Eva Noelle, standing beside a small table with her paints, which she uses to depict all the settings and props which are projected on the screen. She provides the narration, while the engaging composer-accordionist Patrice Langlois sits at stage right providing comic musical punctuation. Read more…

Pauline Adamek – ArtsBeatLA

Only a few performances remain for The Queen of Colors, a delightful, hour-long play for small children now playing at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. This ingenious and unique show combines shadow puppets, music and live painted projections to fashion a sweet story about a little Queen (a small child) who roams about her kingdom. Read more…

Now running through January 18.