Deborah Hunt is an expert in manipulation and creation of masks with twenty-five years of experience working with puppet theatre. Deborah has also studied ancient Greek and history, English, contortionism, capoeira, classical ballet, contemporary dance, pantomime and fire works. She is co-founder and artistic director of Toporojo, a theatre company which worked in New Mexico from 1985 to 1988 and a member of the well-known research theatre group Red Mole Enterprises in New Zealand from 1976 to 1984. She has published La Maestria de Máscaras: Manual de la Fabricación de Máscaras, Fabricando Títeres: Un Manual, Deborah Hunt: Mask Work 95/96 and Windows/Vitrinas 97/98. Originally from New Zealand, Deborah moved to Puerto Rico in 1990 where she lives now and works, also touring and teaching abroad. Her productions receive the support of New Zealand Art Council, NEA and Puerto Rico Cultural Institute.
Production / Performance,
Presentation of the work process workshop held during the first part of Roots in Transit.
Actors: Roots in Transit participants of Strange Council workshop
Directors: Deborah Hunt, Hisako Miura and Sally Rodwell
La Maestria de Máscaras
La Maestria de Máscaras: Manual de la Fabricación de Máscaras, Fabricando Títeres: Un Manual, Deborah Hunt: Mask Work 95/96
This artist took part in the following project(s) organized/funded by the culturebase.net partner institutions.
Women´s International Theatre Festival and Meeting
(15 January 04 - 25 January 04)