The Brattleboro Reformer calls Elwood ‘outgoing and mischievous…an old guy who’s personality matches the bulldog on his sweatshirt”. The articles goes on to describe some of Elwood’s other charming characteristics, and it’s hard to believe he is talking about a puppet.
And that’s the point. The realism of the characters, the deep reality of the subject matter, and the overall humanness of the stories being told- by the patients and by the puppets.
You can read the full article at the Brattleboro Reformer.
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