British puppetry theater group Blind Summit teaches master class at Stanford

Speaking to members of the Stanford community at the Bing Concert Hall Studio, the celebrated Blind Summit Theatre group demonstrated its unique take on ancient Japanese Bunraku puppetry. At one point, three audience members tried their hand at puppeteering – each controlling a separate part of a single puppet's body. This weekend, Blind Summit will perform its acclaimed production The Table, which stars a cantankerous 2-foot cardboard character named Moses who wants to tell you an epic tale about God and Moses, life, death, and puppetry.