Tag Archives: Puppetry

We is Karagöz puppets, worried ’bout M’lady, don’t speak İngilizce good


We is Karagöz puppets, we worried about m’lady. she sleeping now lots. dr. says good. she depressed a lot so we learn iPhone jumping on pad it’s slippery we fall we like play with phone we like solitaire, sudoku when … Continue reading

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Modern interpretations of the Karagöz Oyunları


Source: google.com via Liz on Pinterest While the Karagöz puppets in my head are very much here in modern times, they did originate in the 1300s, in the Ottoman court.  My puppets, however, really live between two worlds – through … Continue reading

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Meet the motley crew of Ottoman Turkish puppets


For those of you just tuning in – or dipping in – to this blog, you might be interested to learn about the little puppets that have moved into my head as I navigate a cross-cultural marriage, but let me … Continue reading

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