There is something of the schoolteacher to Michael Sommers tonight. He stands before a small puppet theater built atop a suitcase, a piece of black slate affixed above it. Here, he has drawn some lines in chalk, and now he fills the lines in, forming words: "How do you get IT." Sommers, dressed in a black suit, face gaunt, fixes his eyes on the small audience that has assembled at the Franklin Art Works. He commands them with a pedagogic foreign phrase, Spanish perhaps, which sounds very much like "Escuche y repita." The audience repeats his handwritten phrase aloud, then:... More >>>