passerby told me about this show of doll/puppet figures.
studio is now finished and available for rent
for small meetings and events. A beautiful clean new space,
there is approximately 350 sq ft of floor space. 2 tables, 12
chairs, microwave, kettle, coffeemaker, fridge and bathroom.
$15/hr - 8 hour minimum
$20/hr by the hour.
“When a puppet is good and true
and meaningful, it’s the soul of the puppeteer that you’re
– Martin P. Robinson, veteran Sesame Street puppeteer
This Sundance Special Jury Prize winner is
heart-warming and fun for the whole family. Being Elmo is the
inspiring story of how a shy nine-year-old Kevin Clash
pursued his dream of becoming a puppeteer on Sesame
Street. Raised in a low-income community, Clash’s
talents were evident in his homemade prototypes and the puppet
shows he staged for his mother’s daycare kids. But it
was after his first gig on a local children’s TV show
that he was truly on the path. Featuring exclusive behind-the-scenes
access at Sesame Street, Being Elmo captures the magic created
by Jim Henson, and is a tribute to Henson’s legacy and
the community of puppeteers who’ve enchanted generations
of children around the world. - Karina Rotenstein
BY JANE MCCLELLAND & MIKE PETERSEN
PRODUCED BY HANK’S TOY BOX THEATRE
RECOMMENDED FOR GRADES 1-6
STUDIO APRIL 10–21, 2011
RUNNING TIME: APPROX. 55 MINUTES TICKETS:
GROUPS CALL: 416-862-2222
wood, 14.5" Sold
30's-40's? hand puppets, clown (Sold), friar(?), big bad
molded papier mache, wood,
New Orleans, contemporary
carved, painted wood
Puppet - This puppet flips: male one side female the other.
Carved, painted wood and textile. 20"
rod puppet, thailand(?), 24"
rod puppet, thailand(?), 29" Sold
am also pleased to say that we now have some provenance on these
wonderful Czech puppets were brought into the store. They are
in mint condition and we now know that they were made after
1948. They were purchased "as old" in the early 1950's.
from the Puppet
Museum in Chrudim in the Czech Republic wrote this about
puppets displayed in your slideshow are small marionettes
from a serial production for family theatres. They were manufactured
by Mr. Lubor Svorcik (*1911 - ?) from Pardubice, Czechoslovakia.
He obtained a licence for "a production of art puppets"
in 1948. He designed and produced the puppets himself, only
with a help of his wife until the early 1980´s."
26 puppets are about 10" tall and including the controller
24" tall. The owners would like to sell them. They are
available individually @ $35 ea or the set of 26 for $780. If
you would like to purchase them, please contact us at email@example.com
or call (416) 531-1290.
friend recently told me about one of his friends:
Director, playwright, designer and performer of Puppet
Theater, Object Theater, Shadow Theater and Science
Theater. Biologist. Lecturer and teacher. Workshops
for professional artists, students, museum guides and
educators. Academic degrees in both biology and theater.
President of the international association of Puppet
Theater in Israel, UNIMA.
TOUCH OF LIGHT is based on the biography of Louis Braille,the
inventor of the alphabet for the blind. It has been acclaimed
by critics and the public since its inception and has been
invited to participate in all major international puppet
theaters in the world. In France it has performed over 2000
times and has been accepted by the League of Teachers as
a recommended spectacle.
I missed the March Newsletter so this Festival info is stale
dated but I thought I would include it for reference purposes.
Jim Henson and Muppeteers show kids
how to make puppets from simple things like socks. This video
aired on Public Television in 1969, prior to Sesame Street, on
Iowa Public Television's "Volume See" kids' show.
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RED WAGON COLLECTIVE was formed in 2006 in response to our desire
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to create work that inspires new conversations; softens boundaries
between groups separated by age, culture, ability, and economic
status; promotes the presence of art in everyday life and contributes
to increasing public engagement in community development. The
work we create with communities is used in producing exhibitions,
public installations, and celebratory performance events.We
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