I have developed a passion for felting and natural fibers that my family, accurately, would likely describe as being borderline obsessive. My bookshelves are heaving from new purchases, my browser has bookmarked dozens of amazing sites, and I have been building up a stash of wool and felting materials…it just makes me giddy!
Company members are talented, quirky, and unique. Within these pages, we will share our thoughts on all the branches that life within a touring puppet company takes: working in the arts, building puppets, working with weird materials, parenting while being a working artist, homeschooling young children while on the road, traveling in close quarters, eating […]
We had a great time last weekend at the Chesterfield Berry Farm where we performed puppet shows and ran a craft table. For the craft table, we had the children making their own unique chicken rod puppets. My youngest daughter was out (she is three), and even she made one of her very own chickens. […]
One of the first questions people ask me when they discover that I work with puppets is, “How did you get into that?” Well, here it is:I began puppet building back in fifth grade, the result of book report assignments requiring visual aids. At the time, I wanted to be either an archeologist, a cartoonist, […]
Barefoot Puppet Theatre tours award-winning programs to theatres, schools, libraries, children’s museums and more. Families, educators, librarians, and theatre directors give enthusiastic reviews of our programs and invite us back again and again. From state-of-the-art theatres to school cafeterias, Barefoot Puppet Theatre would be thrilled to perform for you! Click here to read more about us!
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