Save the Date: PoPS Spring Meeting

Wednesday, April 21, 2021 @ 7pm PST Online

Join Puppeteers of Puget Sound for our spring meeting! Our special guest, Ann Powell of Puppetmongers Theatre, will talk about Toy Theatre using a variety of examples, from a Victorian paper theatre to several made by Puppetmongers and students. Plus she’ll show us the basics of how to turn a boring cardboard box into a toy theatre. After the presentation, we’ll chat and do some guild business.

PLEASE NOTE: This meeting will be password protected. You must RSVP to attend and will receive the meeting link via email at least 48 hours before the meeting.


  • Free for current 2021 PoPS members
  • $8 for non-members


  1. Join PoPS or Renew your Membership
  2. Non-members can use PayPal to donate the $8 meeting fee
  3. Non-members can email PoPSPres at gmail dot com for details on paying by check

About our Speaker:

Ann Powell co-founded Puppetmongers Theatre in 1974 with her brother, David, where she creates new works for both young and adult audiences. She has toured and travelled extensively, performing Puppetmongers’ plays and observing puppetry around the world, and the company’s productions have garnered awards and critical acclaim.

Outside of Puppetmongers, Ann’s solo Bed & Breakfast received a UNIMA-USA Citation for Excellence in the Art of Puppetry, and she collaborates on projects with other theatre companies and artists. She has illustrated books for children and written one, and was a founding member of Kids Can Press.

As a teacher and mentor of puppetry arts, Ann has conducted workshops and programs across Canada, in the US and the former USSR, and in Puppetmongers’ Toronto School of Puppetry.

Ann Powell
Photo by Dahlia Katz


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