Sandglass Theatre visits Seattle!

Sandglass Theater is driven by a dedication to artistic excellence in the productions of the core ensemble and by a spirit of inclusivity in the presentation of diverse guest artists and community events. Sandglass is inspired by a love of puppetry and live performance, engagement with local and international community, and respect for audience. OurContinue reading “Sandglass Theatre visits Seattle!”

From The Desk Of The NEW President

My fellow puppeteers, I have such exciting news for this beautiful spring! This past week, I meet with the board and we immediately jumped into pressing guild business. I am pleased to report that we have completed an outline for guild activities for the year and also have reviewed and updated our constitution to reflect a more modernContinue reading “From The Desk Of The NEW President”

NW Puppet Center presents: “Doc Chapeau Meets the Gill Man”

The Northwest Puppet Center is proud to present a fantastic show filled with mystery and adventure. DOC CHAPEAU MEETS THE GILL MAN By Oregon Shadow Theatre March 26th – April 10th, 2016 Sat. 1pm & 3pm Sun. 1pm & 3pm Box office opens 30 minutes before each show or get your tickets anytime: http://gillman.brownpapertickets.com/ (800)838-3006 dmitri@nwpuppet.org http://www.nwpuppet.orgContinue reading “NW Puppet Center presents: “Doc Chapeau Meets the Gill Man””

NW Puppet Center presents “Aladdin & the Wonderful Lamp”

Another fun show takes the stage at the Northwest Puppet Center!   ALADDIN & THE WONDERFUL LAMP by Carter Family Puppets Playing March 2-17, 2013 The beauty and magic of this beloved Persian tale come to life with hand-carved puppets, fanciful scenery, special effects and plenty of laughs.  With help from the Genie of theContinue reading “NW Puppet Center presents “Aladdin & the Wonderful Lamp””

Thistle Theatre presents “Magic Teakettle”

Magic Teakettle In a Japanese temple, a teakettle is placed over the fire for the tea ceremony. Suddenly, it sprouts a tail, a head and the four legs of a Tanuki (a raccoon-like animal found in Japan). Fearing the strange creature with the body of a teakettle, the Priest returns it to the peddler womanContinue reading “Thistle Theatre presents “Magic Teakettle””