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Reside: At home with Eric Bornstein

By SCOTT KEARNAN  |  September 26, 2012

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Bornstein's Behind the Mask Theater stages productions that draw on multicultural myths. This shishi (lion) mask, made with 22-karat gold leaf, is from its show Cat Mountain, a Japanese folktale about a young servant girl's quest for freedom (and her lost cat). Bornstein also outfits other companies. The neighboring horned púca, a "dark fairy" from Irish mythology, was created for Contemporary Theater of Boston's staging of A Midsummer Night's Dream.

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