Tuesday, September 30, 2014

"The Three Little Pigs and Other Tales" by Deborah Costine

The Three Pigs and Other Tales

by Deborah Costine

November 8
11am and 2pm
Arlington Center for the Arts

Tickets $7, cash or check at the door

Join puppeteer Deborah Costine for gentler versions of classic stories told with shadow puppets. “The Three Pigs and Other Tales” is designed especially for children ages three and up, featuring simple humor and a whimsical stage that allows Deborah to talk with her young audience from above the screen.  Come for the show, the first in this season’s “Puppets at Arlington Center for the Arts,” and stay for coffee and puppet-play afterward. Tickets may be reserved by e-mailing galapagospuppets@gmail.com.

Deborah is an artist, author, naturalist and puppeteer who has been presenting school and public performances throughout New England for over thirty years. She is a winner of the U.N.I.M.A. USA Citation for Excellence for her production, "A Woodland Cinderella," and a grant from the Jim Henson Foundation for the production of her original show: “Turtle’s New Home.”

More puppet shows to come this season at Arlington Center for the Arts:

Saturday, December 6, 2pm: Badger Meets the Fairies, Galapagos Puppets

Saturday, January 10, 11am and 2pm: Stories from Snowy Lands, Sparky's Puppets

Saturday, February 14, 2pm: Monkey Makes Mischief in Heaven, Galapagos Puppets

Saturday, March 14, 2pm: Cow and Mouse's Picnic and other Tales, Galapagos  Puppets

1 comment:

  1. Galapagos Puppets is the bomb. Margaret Moody performed a show for our organization in Boston and people of all ages were MESMERIZED.