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Inspired by a West African myth, when Ananse wants to earn the right to tell stories to his people the sky god Nyame gives him three daunting tasks.
A bright and energetic retelling ofthe Purim holiday for young and old!
shown internationally in the late 1950’s, our performance
is filled with laughter, wisdom, tears, and Klezmer music
as well as colorful costumes and Persian scenery.
A traditional Japanese folktale
relationship survive her mysterious secret?
In this lively retelling ofa traditional Japanese folktale,
Good and Evil battle for the soul ofa young man,
interfering in his live and even changing his destiny.
A Russian folktale
Butterball baked by an elderly couple.
Better known in America as The Gingerbread Man,
Kolobok is a Russian folktale about the adventures of a
little Butterball baked by an elderly couple. Two forest
spirits, performed by live actors, bring our colorful floor
puppets to life.
Questions, misunderstandings, and tricky situations
an elephant) wait for their friend Turtle. Original music sets the
scene for these important questions (how does one measure a
snake?) that lead to hilarious results.
his way in the world for the first time. Along the way he
meets Princess Amina and wins her heart with his
honesty, tenacity, and courage.
PuppetART’s retelling of the story by Wilhelm Hauff.