Tamara Lytle | January 8, 2016
When Joseph Cashore ’71 came back to Notre Dame to perform his marionette show at reunion festivities, his classmate Tim DiPiero ’71 took a pass.
DiPiero jokes that the choice between going to see a “puppet show” or hanging out in the beer tent with his buddies wasn’t a difficult decision. But he heard friends who did go rave about it later, so he was determined to see the show at the next reunion.
DiPiero, like many who see Cashore’s shows, says he was “blown away.”