Representation in Puppetry Panel

Bringing Inclusivity into Child Education & Entertainment
A Panel Conversation with Donte Felder, Amy Escobar, and Bayje Felder

Intiman Theatre and South End Stories invite you to join them online for a conversation about the power of puppetry to create inclusive learning environments and spark social change. The panelists will share personal memories from their childhood experiences with puppets and the media, and explore questions related to inclusion in puppetry, both in design and behind the scenes. This event will feature a viewing of the South End Stories original web series “Sunnyside Up,” and a selection of Amy Escobar’s puppetry work.

Tuesday, March 16, 2021 @ 5-6pm PST Online.

Reserve your FREE tickets to receive the Zoom link.

Published by Marianne Le

I'm a college librarian and dabble in puppetry. Nettle (my profile picture and creation) enjoys reading and singing with preschoolers as well as annoying my colleagues.

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