In 1978, Vince Anthony made the decision to relocate his Vagabond Marionette Company from the security of Atlanta’s Woodruff Arts Center to a former school building, sharing the cavernous space with The Atlanta Ballet.
Little did Vince know that his decision would one day result in the establishment of a world-renown Center for Puppetry Arts, recognized as, “…one of the most exciting companies in American theater.”




To view other parts in this 64 and More series click below.

64 and More Vol.24  Pt.1  A Vagabond Career

64 and More Vol.24  Pt.2 Introverted Actor Turned Visionary Puppeteer


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