Monthly Archives: November 2017

Aurora Valentinetti Museum seeking two professional performances this season. 

From the Aurora Valentinetti Museum:   
 
We are currently seeking two professional performances this season.  We schedule Saturday 2:00 shows usually running about 40- 50 minutes with a bit of show and tell interaction with the audience (ages pre-K thru 2nd/3rd grade) before/during and/or after .  12:00 – 4:00 set up/take down time.
      Our Price range is $300 to $600.
     This season is unsettled because of the delay of Olympic College’s  new theatre readiness (still unknown). And they are not taking any bookings yet…
    
 2017-18 so far:
   
      Saturday, October 21, 2017, 2:00PM Clay Martin performed his “Punch and Pals”at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church fellowship Hall, Bremerton  
      Saturday., February. 24, 2018 2:00PM  Emily Alexander, Tears of Joy Theatre, will perform,  “Stellaluna” at Our Saviors’ Lutheran again.  
 Dates with the theatre or church depending on availability. 
    We look forward to hearing from any interested possible performers.
Jocey Bright, Performance coordinator, Valentinetti Puppet Museum, Bremerton
brightaway@aol.com       360-479-3640      
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Puppeteers of Puget Sound Final Meeting of 2018

YEAR END EVENT

 

Thistle Studio at Magnuson Park
6310 NE 74th St., Seattle, WA 98115        Building 30
December 2

Show at 3:00PM with meeting to follow at 4:00PM

RSVP to Jean Enticknap
jean@thistletheatre.org   


-See a show! – Tales of Two Bad Mice

-vote for officers at meeting

          Slate of Officers

           President – Dustin Curtis

           Vice President – Rachel Jackson

           Secretary – Gina Wilhelm

           Treasurer – Cheryl Hadley

          Membership – Jean Enticknap

           Webmaster – Zane Exactly

– enjoy drinks and nibbles!

 

The Tale of Two Bad Mice presented by Thistle Theatre:

Young Beatrix Potter and her brother Bertram re-enacts the day her pet mice came to be called “the two bad mice.” The mice, Tom Thumb and Hunca Munca, are driven to outrageous behavior when they discover the delicious looking food in the Dollhouse is inedible plaster! Actors, puppets, and a giant dollhouse bring this Beatrix Potter story to life.

The puppets were designed and built by Tony DeFilipps and the show was funded in part by a family grant from The Jim Henson Foundation.  Amy Escobar plays the role of Beatrix Potter and Zane Exactly plays Bertram Potter in the show adapted and directed by Jean Enticknap.
                                                                                                                                                      
All individual tickets are $10. Puppeteers of Puget Sound members renewing at the December meeting get complimentary tickets.

Puppeteers of Puget Sound Board Election

The nominating committee of Puppeteers of Puget Sounds presents our slate of officers for candidacy for the 2018 board of Puppeteers of Puget Sound.

President – Dustin Curtis 
Vice-President – Rachel Jackson 
Secretary – Gina Wilhelm
Treasurer – Cheryl Hadley 
Membership Director – Jean Enticknap 
Webmaster – Zane Exactly

At the December 2nd meeting, other nominations may be made from the floor by members provided the nominated person(s) is present. If more than one nomination is made per office, the vote will take place by ballot.