(Lyn Gardner’s article appeared in the Guardian, 8/11.)
Puppets can do whatever human actors can do – and much else, besides. After all, most actors don't come with detachable parts. The puppet on the table before us, preparing to perform the last 12 hours of Moses's life in real time, does. He's a Japanese bunraku puppet and the star of Blind Summit's triptych of miniatures exploring the art of "extreme puppetry".