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Jewish puppeteer bridges gaps: 'I try to fill a dark void in Germany with light, in my own way'

Shlomit Tripp and her puppets. (Courtesy)
Shlomit Tripp and her puppets. (Courtesy)

Here & Now’s Celeste Headlee speaks with Shlomit Tripp, founder of the Berlin-based Bubales Puppet Theater, about her work using puppet shows to bridge cultural divides between Jews and non-Jews in Germany. Tripp recently won the Obermayer Award from the group Widen the Circle.

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