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OH ANANSE SHOWTIMES:

Saturdays & Sundays at 2:00PM

2/6 is Filling Up!

2/13 is OPEN

2/20 is Filling Up!

2/27 is Filling Up!

2/28 is OPEN

Thursdays at 10:00AM

1/18 is Filling Up!

*Recommended for all ages

*Call for reservations: (313) 961-7777
*Please call to check availability 
This month only, before each performance, PuppetART will feature a short educational film by Gerald McDermott titled “Anansi the Spider: A Tale from the Ashanti”. Made in 1969 as part of the African Folklore Film Series, this ten minute animated work will acquaint our audience with Anansi’s geographic and cultural roots as well as demonstrate one of the many stories of his unique folk heroism.

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PuppetART is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation that creates programs through the support of our patrons and the community. Click the Donate Now button to contribute to the unique, educational, and entertaining art form of puppetry in downtown Detroit!

 

 

 

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PuppetART is supported by the MICHIGAN COUNCIL FOR ARTS AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS and the NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS.

What our parents had to say:

Michelle Caruso—    “Such a great place with huge heart! The people who run this theatre and perform sure enjoy it, which makes it equally enjoyable for kids and adults. Be sure to check it out!

Lisa Lipscomb—   “What a fabulous experience!

Christine Harmon—    “We had a wonderful time seeing the Crane Maiden last weekend. It is a beautiful performance.

Kelley McGinnis—    “Thank You, the show was great and the Museum and Workshop were awesome!

Heather Kraft—   “We LOVED our experience at PuppetART and can’t wait for more!

Mary Beth McCormick—    “Saw it today! It was wonderful – the kids loved every minute of their visit today!

 

Our Mission:

To explore a variety of cultures and to foster an appreciation of the wisdom of traditions, the beauty of the spirit and the art of diverse communities, through puppet performances, exhibits and classes.