Performances

We have five shows that are currently in rotation.
For more about the show , video, or promotional things just ask.

Waiting for a Train

“Too many suitcases. Too much time. Not enough coffee.”

Length: 30/60/90 minutes.
Performers: 3
Tech in/out: 3 hours /45 min

Found object puppetry and physical theater.
Best fits: Large venue, school gym, large library, or out of doors.

 


Three Billy Goats Gruff

“Three goats. One very nasty troll. A bridge too far.” Stay for the after show and pose with the puppets and let the kids try the puppets.

Length: 30/45 minutes.
Performers: 1
Tech in/out: 30 min / 15 min

Bunraku Puppetry and Mask.

Best fits: Library, small venues, fairs, and schools.

“The Troll was… Graaaaaar”, 4 year old at a library show.

 


Classic Tales Retold

The sky is the limit with the number of classic tales can be told by Tim and his puppet-pal Plumkin. Ask for a customized tale at your venue.

Currently telling: “The Three Pigs”, “Rapunzel”, and “Spooky Tales”. Chock-full of audience participation and imagination.

Length: 30/45 minutes.
Performers: 1
Tech in/out: 30 min / 15 min

Hand and rod puppetry, storytelling, and a live actor.

Best fits: Library, small venues, fairs, and schools.

“I enjoyed it as much as my kid”, a dad at a library show.
“You think you’ll get in trouble for saying chicken butt?”, a concerned citizen and yes, Tim did. Never use chicken butts as a building material, kids.

 


Sea of Stars

A story about your personal baggage and whatever you make of it.
An installation.
With tea.

Length: 15/60 minutes.
Performers: 3
Tech in/out: 3 hours / 15 min
Non-screen shadow puppetry. Bunraku.

Best fits: Small venues, art galleries, and alternative venues that can be darkened.

“A one of a kind, fantastical journey, with an abundance of audience participation..”, audience member that was likely a journalist major.

 


Hansel and Gretel

The classic tale retold with and abundance of audience participation.

Length: 30/45 minutes.
Performers: 1
Tech in/out: 30 min / 15 min

Object Puppetry and storytelling.

Best fits: Library, small venues, and schools.