Fringe in Sketch: SILKEN VEILS

Pantea Productions’ SILKEN VEILS combines Rumi poetry, puppetry, and animation as an Iranian émigré flees her wedding, while having flashbacks to her childhood during the Iranian Revolution. I enjoyed the multiple ways of storytelling. Read the Phindie reviewStudio X, 1340 S. 13th Street] September 14-18, 2016;

img_1828 Here you see a little bit of projection worked into the background.

fullsizerender-2 An example of the striking shadows that were used to capture the memory of her mother and father.

fullsizerender-3 The emotion and love which flows from Rumi’s poetry.

Studio X, 1340 S. 13th Street] September 14-18, 2016;

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Chuck Schultz

Educated at the Delaware College of Art and Design, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and the University of Pennsylvania, Chuck Schultz is a painter and sketch artist with a love of dance and theater. Check out his work at