We are excited to have a nice summer line up of performances!
In addition to these shows, group workshops can be booked by contacting us directly.
We are busy in production with Red Riding Hood, which will open at Deep Roots, in Wolfville, Sept 29.
Have a great summer!
Our Christmas season schedule is online, starting with a performance of the Bremen Town Musicians at the Berwick Fire Hall, Sunday Nov. 27 at 3:30 pm (free will donations for the food bank.) Also, presenting the Bremen Town Musicians at the Harbourfront Theatre in Summerside Dec 11. (Full details).
Here are the Bremen Town Musicians hanging around backstage!
Dec 2, 3 and 4 we are at Alderney Landing with the Nativity and also at Berwick Baptist church on Nov 27, and 3 shows at Christian Fellowship Church in New Glasgow on December 18. Full details
We are looking forward to performing at the Deep Roots Festival, Wolfville, Sept 24, and getting our marionette shows and workshops back in the schools!
Enjoy slideshow of our summer highlights!
Featuring! Molly at Peggy’s Cove Festival of the Arts; Lonely Leprechaun at Mother Goose Day; Alderney Landing; Jack and the Beanstalk at Glasgow Square and at Flushing Town Hall, NY; Workshop marionettes are touched up and repaired!
A few references for our workshops and shows. Thanks to Perform NS, we are continuing to offer school workshops in Nova Scotia at affordable subsidized rates. We encourage schools to apply early.
Porter’s Lake- Molly and the Oak Island Treasure
Amazing show … not often we are able to find something that engages grades P-6 alike. : ) – Adrienne Blumenthal
Wentworth Elementary- Puppet Making Workshop
“Wonderful experience for all of students from p-6. The children had a very creative day”– Elizabeth Aikens
Hey puppet enthusiasts, here is a great opportunity to connect with other puppeteers and to learn more about the art form.
The Atlantic Canada Puppetry Association/Association des marionnettistes du Canada atlantique has now been formally registered under Nova Scotia’s Societies Act. So it’s time to invite you to become a charter member.
– Our organization will have its headquarters at Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia.
– We’ve created a provisional Board of Directors drawn from the four Atlantic Provinces, pending our first annual general meeting in the spring of 2015.
– Our organization will have a vote (and a board seat) in UNIMA-CANADA.
– A portion of your membership fee will be directed to UNIMA-CANADA as well as UNIMA International.
– Our immediate objective will be to share our region’s puppetry news both within Canada and abroad. (Please unima-canada.blogspot.com).
Such a great space at Alderney. The Primaries from Astral Drive were a fun audience.
Two more shows to go.
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Lots of shows and workshops!