Painting for scroll/shadow puppet performance, 'The Outer Limits", performed May 16, 2015 at CMAP House, Detroit MI. Part of the Porous Borders Festival http://www.porousbordersfestival.org/#http://www.porousbordersfestival.org/participants/tom-carey/
Monday, June 22, 2015
Friday, February 21, 2014
Thursday, January 09, 2014
Color covers and select pages from Monster Island Funnies #1: Legend of Mothman and Spookhaus Apocalypse. Based on the shadow puppet play written by Cary Loren, drawings and design by Tom Carey. 8.5x11", pro printed, staple bound soft cover. $10 each, cheap.
Monday, October 28, 2013
All photos copyright 2013 Cary Loren
Stage sculptures, masks, and program all created by Jimbo Easter.
Skeleton by Destroy All Monsters.
Special thanks to Matt Smith for live musical accompaniment throughout the show.
"Two Halloween shadow plays: The Legend of Mothman, and Spookhaus Apokalypse! will be performed at the Detroit Institute of Arts in the lecture hall/ puppet theater on Friday October 25th at 8:30 pm and on Oct. 27th at 3:30 pm. The play was written by Cary Loren and the puppetry created by Ann Arbor artist Tom Carey. Narration and character voices provided by former WDET reporter/announcer Robert St. Mary with additional altar installations and costumes created by artist/musician Jimbo Easter. Music by Monster Island."
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Original Story by Cary Loren (a double feature:Legend of Mothman and Spookhaus Apocolypse). Puppets by Tom Carey. Narration by Rob St. Mary. Additional sound and visuals by James Easter.
At the Detroit Institute of the Arts, Friday October 25th at 8:45pm, Sunday October 27th at 3:30pm. Both shows will be in the DIA Lecture Hall, free with admission to the museum.
Scary sounds ooze out of the speakers while silhouettes of space monsters flicker on the screen! It's Halloween on Monster Island, recommended for fans of disco lights, fake fur, latex monster masks, and noise putty. - See more at: http://www.dia.org/calendar/event.aspx?id=3948&iid=#sthash.iCBlULP1.dpuf
Scary sounds ooze out of the speakers while silhouettes of space monsters flicker on the screen! It's Halloween on Monster Island, recommended for fans of disco lights, fake fur, latex monster masks, and noise putty. - See more at: http://www.dia.org/calendar/event.aspx?id=3948&iid=#sthash.iCBlULP1.dpufFor preview pics and videos of the puppets scroll down to the previous blog entries.
Music is "Cartoon Soundtrack" by Destroy All Monsters