Northwest Puppet Center presents: “The Dinosaur Show”

Northwest Puppet Center presents:

 

The Dinosaur Show
By Paul Mesner Puppets
Dates:  
Jan. 31-Feb. 15, 2015
Showtimes:
Sat. 1pm & 3pm
Sun. 1pm & 3pm
Admission: 
$9 Child
$11 Adult
$9 Senior
Location:
Northwest Puppet Center
9123 15th Ave. NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Tickets available at the box office 30 minutes before showtime or advance tickets can be purchased at:
About the show:
The Dinosaur Show No bones about it – The Dinosaur Show will tickle your funny fossil and stimulate your imagination. Paul Mesner Puppets digs into the past to bring the dinosaurs to life, using hand, rod, shadow and body puppets in a prehistoric tale. The play explains scientific facts of how dinosaurs became extinct and includes a few whimsical and improbable theories. The cameo appearance of Dr. Dino Sawyer is sure to entertain with a fascinating look at what was and what might have been.
About the artist:
Paul Mesner founded his puppet company in 1987.  He has won three Citations of Excellence in the Art of Puppetry from the American chapter of Union International de la Marionette (the oldest international theatre organization and a member group of UNESCO) and has received the Distinguished Service to Education Award from University of Missouri.  On Feb. 11th, Paul will be receiving the 2015 Missouri Arts Award at the Capital Rotunda and immediately flying back to Seattle to continue his run at Northwest Puppet Center.
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Posted on January 7, 2015, in Events, Puppet Shows and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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