shockheaded

shockheaded

(ˈʃɒkˌhɛdɪd)
adj
having a head of bushy or tousled hair
Translations

shockheaded

adj to be shockheadedstrubbeliges or zotteliges Haar haben, ein Struwwelpeter sein (inf)
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Overall, Bensenville native Jeremiah Barr's puppets and creatures are less fanciful than those he created for BBE's 2017 production of "Shockheaded Peter," but they're still effective.
Shockheaded Peter, book: Julian Bleach, Anthony Cairns, Graeme Gilmour, Tamzin Griffin; lyrics and music: Martyn Jacques; music: Adrian Huge, Adrian Stout; dir: Rob Lutfy.
Tyrone Huggins Tempest During this time, Phelim has built up an international reputation with productions such as Shockheaded Peter with the Tiger Lillies for Lyric Hammersmith; A Midsummer Night's Dream for Deutsches Schauspielhaus; and Satyagraha and The Perfect American by Philip Glass for English National Opera.
They also won two Olivier Awards in 2002 for their version of the musical "Shockheaded Peter."
Indeed, it is stupendous - the quality amalgam of music, song, ensemble discipline, and wonderfully dexterous puppetry, of a standard not seen here since The Tiger Lillies' eventually globe-trotting production of Shockheaded Peter at the Royal Court 16 years ago.
Birmingham Rep present Sleeping Beauty/Stage 2 present Shockheaded Peter.
He reached into left field to pick the indie-minded director-designer team responsible for "Shockheaded Peter," Phelim McDermott and Julian Crouch, to be the creative leaders of the production.
The godfathers of alternative cabaret, The Tiger Lillies, make a stop with the show The Songs of Shockheaded Peter and Other Gory Verses, while spoken-word events include The Hairy Bikers (for which an extra date has been added due to popular demand); Mark Beaumont, also known as The Man Who Cycled The World, who will tell of his adventures in March and Joy Divison and New Order's Peter Hook tells the tale of 80s acid house, 90s Madchester and the failure of legendary Manchester nightclub, The Haienda, based on his book, How Not To Run a Club.
This seemed to fit a production which, by conspicuously evoking a marine environment that resonated not just with the same season's Twelfth Night but, more obliquely, with The Tempest and Pericles, positioned The Comedy of Errors within a Shakespearean oeuvre envisaged as a complete cycle; and which also, in its conspicuous intertextual referencing of the postmodern gothic in its costuming and raise en scone, attempted to harness the energies of contemporary popular screen and stage performance: my notes record an anatomy-theatre skeleton, a black coffin on castors which serves both as the Antipholuses' dining table and Dr Pinch's conjurer's cabinet, barbershop chairs in front of a row of shrunken severed heads on poles, Sweeney Todd, Shockheaded Peter, Edward Scissorhands.
THE SHOW was Shockheaded Peter, the bizarre creation of a British band called the Tiger Lillies, which originated in London and has, according to its website, been meandering around the world for the last five years or so.
'At least it is the way we are doing it,' says set designer Julian Crouch, an Olivier Award-winner for Jerry Springer: The Opera and Shockheaded Peter.
In the late nineties, the British directors Phelim McDermott and Julian Crouch produced the "junk opera" Shockheaded Peter, with music by the Tiger Lillies.