This spring, Arthur Mintz and Jacques and Rene Duffourc brought an ambitious puppet show adaptation of Roald Dahl’s “The Fantastic Mr. Fox” to the third floor of the Contemporary Arts Center. It coincided with the release of Wes Anderson’s animated film adapting the same story, but Anderson didn’t have the voices of Johnny and Deborah Vidacovich as Mr. and Mrs. Fox.
Today, the show returns to the CAC, where it will continue to be performed until January 2. Here’s a look behind the scenes:
Here is the official trailer for the production: