by Guest Blogger: Phill Berman, Puppet Playtime performer
Shhhh…be very quiet…we’re walking through the deep dark Jungle: who knows what friendly animal companions could leap out at any minute? A lion? A mouse? An exotic bird that may-or-may-not-be a chicken? Or could it be the jungle’s most dangerous predator of all – TODDLERS! When the jungle is in the middle of New England’s oldest puppet theatre, the possibilities are endless.
|This week's session of Puppet Playtime features the story of the|
"Lion and the Mouse!"
(in this photo, Bella recreates her own special version!)
As Brenda, Bella Monster and I put the finishing touches on our fourth episode of Puppet Playtime, we find ourselves coming back to the same question: how can this show be more interactive?
We’ve marched with ants, speckled a galaxy with stars and clucked with all the chickens in the barn. As we approach our halfway point in the series, we are still committed to find opportunities for the invisible lines between performers, toddlers and grown-ups to truly disappear.
|Bella had a blast last week clucking with our chicken friends!|
AND WATCH OUT FOR THAT LION!
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Feb 6, 13 & 27
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