The Rag on a Stick Theatre was joined by two members of the Orchestra of the Moon, Aage Nielson and Laura Kuhlman, April 30th and May 1st, in Carnation, Washington. Together they performed a revival of Why the Sea is Salt, a puppet play based on an ancient Scandinavian story about the use, and misuse, of technology.
The venue was the remarkable Camlann Medieval Village, a Living History Interpretive Center.
They also performed music and played for dancers around the May Pole.
The program, minus the Maypole, will be performed again June 25 and 26.
Here we see Brother Aage before the stage of Why the Sea is Salt. Through the doorway you can see the mill. The front of the stage is painted with an image of Dama Fortuna (not seen in this image) and the wheel of Fortune. (Fortuna Rota).