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Catskill Puppet Theater

Catskill Puppet Theater presents original, delightful musical productions on a variety of themes that feature full sets, colorful scenery and large, exquisitely crafted puppets. Enchanting folk tales that teach lessons with a wonderful blend of humor, mystery, drama and magical effects include: Sister Rain and Brother Sun,  Hiawatha,  The Willow Girl, Ivan and the Icewolf and the newest production, Lion Whiskers, an Ethiopian folktale. John Potocnik and Carol Mandigo; Grades K-6; $1165/$1560

Carol Mandigo 607.435.1128



The Chameleons 

World-renowned artists use their spell-binding talents in programs that are a celebration of the magic of theater and mime. In Wonder of Words - students learn the three basic parts of speech in this astonishing mixture of mime, music, mischief, mayhem and the spoken word. Get Arts Smart; Grades Pre-K-6; $900/$1100 

Get Arts Smart 866.770.2287


Circus Minimus

The One-Man Circus-in-a-Suitcase delights and inspires assembly audiences to practice compassion and follow their dreams. An entire cast of circus performers emerge from a small suitcase but the most important characters come from the audience, as chosen members become part of the action. Each show is a dialogue between the audience and the characters, a lighthearted col­laboration that allows the entire school to run away and join the circus and still be back in time for lunch. The show comes with a curriculum guide for teachers to integrate the circus back into the classroom. Kevin O'Keefe; Grades K-8; $800/$1300

Kevin O'Keefe 212.874.3976


Imagination in Motion

Rajeckas & Intraub are a modern day Laurel & Hardy. Their sense of play and resilient on-stage friendship created "Imagination in Motion" – an athletic physical theater performance that plays like a live cartoon – drawing on various theatrical styles, including mime, modern dance and vaudeville – but turns these traditions upside down by combining them with dialogue, audience participation and a delightfully original soundtrack.  The artists demystify the creative process by illustrating that the skills necessary to create their dynamic performance are the same skills students utilize in learning situations - i.e.: concentration, cooperation and commitment (3Cs). Physicalizing the 3Cs allows the students to 'see' these life skills in a new, exciting way. Performance highlights include a boy’s struggle to escape from within a video game, and a giant vacuum cleaner that sucks both performers offstage. Rajeckas & Intraub; Grades K-12; $800/$1300 

Paul Rajeckas 203.561.2898


The Mask Messenger 

The Mask Messenger is a solo show that utilizes physical comedy, quick-change artistry and masked transformations in a series of vignettes that range from comic to tender to bizarre. Half-masked characters speak; full-masked characters remain silent while speaking volumes with body language often affecting audiences viscerally in ways that go straight to the heart and sneak up on the brain. Masks are worn on other parts of the body, creating illusions that The New York Times says, "tickle some sort of primal funny bone." Students learn about masks used in cultures worldwide while addressing the concept of the 'masks' we wear daily: body language, jewelry, piercing, tattoos, hairstyles, hats and fashion. Formerly produced by Faustwork, now, proudly presented by Lattawork! Tim Latta; Grades K-12; $800/$1300 

Tim Latta 860.355.8180                                                                                        

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Motion 360

In Motion 360, Tim Latta (Lattawork, Pilobolus, Momix, Faustwork) combines his history in dance, theater and circus to present a powerfully entertaining show that teaches us how to think creatively, be more tolerant and look at our world, ourselves and each other with new eyes. Using stilts, masks, rollerblades and found objects, he demonstrates how we can, literally, stumble over everyday objects to unlock our creativity and develop problem-solving skills allowing us to discover the stories and potential within us all. Motion 360 will leave audiences saying, "I can!" Tim Latta; Grades K-12; $750/$1250

Tim Latta 860.355.8180                         


Tanglewood Marionettes

Founded in 1993, Tanglewood Marionettes is a nationally touring marionette theater based in New England. Large, beautifully hand-crafted marionettes, colorful sets, and integrated lighting and sound create a fully immersive theatrical experience. Their highly skilled puppeteers have spent many years perfecting their art, delighting audiences of all ages as they bring a repertoire of classic tales to life. They are the recipients of two UNIMA awards, puppetry's highest honor, for their productions An Arabian Adventure and The Dragon King. Other offerings include Cinderella, Hansel and Gretel, Perseus and Medusa, The Fairy Circus, and Sleeping Beauty. Anne Schaefer/Tanglewood Marionettes; Grades K-8; $975/$1525

Anne Schaefer 413.277.9514


Trent Arterberry

Trent Arterberry is an award-winning performing artist whose unique style of physical theatre variously combines masterful mime, poignant monologue, comedic characters and dramatic narratives. Think Bigg (K-6) blends mime, storytelling and lots of audience participation to create a series of kid-friendly stories and characters with thoughtful lessons about non-verbal communication. The Secret Life of Walter Manny (K-6) is the story of a young hero-in-training with an overactive imagination that gets him in—and out of—trouble. The show contains themes of self-control and respect for others. My Impractical Life (6-12) is the semi-autobiographical story of how Trent became an artist. Addressing career goals, it contains powerful messages for students about finding and pursuing one’s passion in the face of adversity. Trent Arterberry; Grades K-6, 6-12; $695/$995

Trent Arterberry 888.642.2788