A cult classic, with a national following, Love’s Fowl is silliness on a grand scale. Writer and performer Susan J. Vitucci handles the tiny Italian puppet troupe, Il Teatro Repertorio delle Mollette (The Clothespin Repertory Theatre) on a table-top stage while she and accompanying baritone/pianist sing the score (in Italian) composed by two-time Tony Award nominee and Grammy Award-winner Henry Krieger. Like opera, Love’s Fowl is sung in Italian while the text is projected as supertitles on a screen above the actors’ heads. And, like rock and roll, live video of the styrofoam-and-clothespin puppet actors is projected onto large screens on either side of the stage.