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Pictures From the London Theater Production of Princess Mononoke

Fashion for Nonhumans


The Whole Hog Theatre company’s Studio Ghibli-acknowledged production of Princess Mononoke is on break for a bit, but will be returning to the New Diorama Theatre in London to play another dozen sold out shows in June. Hayao Miyazaki’s epic has been adapted for live theater with some impressive puppets in place of the many animal and non-human characters, and, in keeping with the movie’s environmentalist themes, they’ve been constructed entirely from recycled items.

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