By Tanglewood Marionettes of Ware, MA
The rains are gone. Will the village survive? A fearless Grandmother resolves to ask the Dragon King why he is withholding the rain, even if she must go to the bottom of the sea!
Puppetry Style: Marionette, Rod, Shadow
Create-A-Puppet Workshop™: Chinese Dragon Marionette
Sun, March 19, 2017
12-1pm: Museum exhibits
1:45-2:30pm: Create-A-Puppet Workshops
Guests will be welcomed by staff members who have been trained in interactions with patrons with ASD.
Performance alterations include theater lights dimmed down but not out, consistent sound levels and lower volume of show soundtrack, freedom for children to talk and to leave their seat if necessary, a quiet zone in the lobby, and permission to bring quiet, contained snacks and beverages. Create-A-Puppet Workshop classrooms will be brighter, quieter, and feature less-messy puppet building materials and slightly simplified puppet designs. This modified programming also extends to include our expanded Museum, where lighting will be adjusted and specialized educational activities (such as touch tables and guided storytelling) will be integrated.
Passover with Puppets - Family Celebration
Sunday, April 2 12pm – 4:00 pm
Families with young children are invited to the Center for Puppetry Arts for an afternoon of puppet shows, songs, stories, crafts, and fun as we celebrate the holiday of Passover!
Children will visit craft stations, participate in activities, and learn about Passover, the holiday of freedom and liberation.
The program will include a "Dragon King" performance, Rabbi G songs, Tall Tale Passover puppet show, Create-a-Puppet Workshop, and more!
People of all faiths and backgrounds are welcome!
Registration and Discount Information: http://www.atlantajcc.org/puppets
Contact: Rabbi Glusman 678.812.4161, firstname.lastname@example.org