Of Bread and Paper is the story of a poor refuge trying to find his way home. His exile is self imposed but enforced by the struggles of the world: poverty, conflict, indecision, and love. The show is played with paper figures, light and shadows.
Finn Campman studied printmaking and literature at Sarah Lawrence College and began working with puppets in 1991 when he joined Sandglass Theater. Since then, he has worked with
Roman Paska at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center,
taught puppet construction and design at Helsinki College of Art and Design and in residence at Hamilton College. Finn is Co-Artistic director of Company of Strangers, whose production Moth and Moon won an UNIMA Citation of Excellence. He has toured Scandinavia, Portugal, Hungary, Germany, France, Spain, and Israel. Finn Co-directed and Designed Touchstone Theatre’s production of The Little Prince, and was guest video artist and composer in a collaboration with Contemporary Dance Wyoming. For four years he was an Artist in Residence at The Hall Farm Center for the Arts and Education.