Last Saturday evening the stage at the intimate Steamer No. 10 Theatre in Albany was transformed into a French bistro complete with stove, pots and pans, accordionist, two customers drawn from the audience and a continental chef speaking “ze-English” in the manner of that lovable Warner Bros. cartoon character, Pepe La Pew.
“A La Carte: In A Fool’s Kitchen,” by the touring ensemble Z Puppets from Minnesota, offered a comedic approach to the age-old question, what do lobsters feel right before they become our dinner? Of course, this is a children’s show, so we already know that that the lobster has something planned beyond being a delicacy for dinner.
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