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ON STAGE: The Post-Classical Ensemble in collaboration with Wesleyan's Theater Department and Puppetsweat Theater performed Celebrating Don Quixote, at the Kennedy Centerís Terrace Theater in Washington, D.C. Nov. 19. Pictured in a post-show discussion are, at left, Leslie Weinberg, administrative adjunct professor of theater and costume designer; Angel Gil-Ordonez, adjunct associate professor of music and the show's music director; and Bob Bresnick, visiting professor of theater and the show's director. Pictured on the far right (in the gray suit) are Jack Carr, chair of the theater department and lighting designer; and (in pink) Marcela Oteiza, adjunct assistant professor of theater and scene designer. Gil-Ordonez also is the director of the Post-Classical Ensemble, based in Washington, D.C.

The Wesleyan-student cast gathers in the Terrace Theater's dressing room prior to the show. The students helped design, create and operate the puppets.
Backstage, Leslie Weinberg, at far left, helps the students prepare for the show. Pictured center in pink is Corinna Zeltsman '06, and pictured in the foreground is Jessica Lane '06.
From left to right, Marcela Oteiza, Angel Gil-Ordonez, Leslie Weinberg, Linda Wingerter and Bob Bresnick stand by the show's poster outside The Kennedy Center. The one-time performance was sold out, with 480 people in the audience. (Photos contributed by Jack Carr)

To view photos of the puppets or for more information, visit http://www.wesleyan.edu/newsletter/snapshot/1105puppets.html.