Puppet Showplace Theatre's weekly interactive performance
recommended for children 3 and under (and their grownups)
Wednesdays @ 10:30am
NEW! Fall series begins Sept 18th
Drop in rate: $25 per child-adult pair
($10 additional child)
SAVE! $100 ($75 members) for a flexible 5-session playtime pass
September 18 - November 6
December 18, 10:30 am -Playtime Sing-a-long Holiday Party
January 8 - February 12
Mar 5 - April 16
(No session Apr 23)
April 30 - May 14
Puppet Playtime is a fun, interactive performance experience designed for very young children (0-3). In each hour-long session, two friendly performers guide children (and their grownups) through free play, sing-a-longs, stories, and imagination games. Puppet characters appear throughout to introduce the theme of the day and to join in the fun, and each session ends with a short puppetry performance.
ABOUT THE PERFORMERS:
Phil Berman is a Boston-based actor, guitarist, and dramaturg. He loves writing original music for kids, and is thrilled to be performing at Puppet Showplace Theatre. Phil is a member of the puppet company Free Hands Productions, with whom he created "The First Person to Consider the Sun" and "Three Blessed Brothers." Phil has a BFA from Boston University.
Brenda Huggins is an educator and theatre artist who has taught puppetry classes to students of all ages throughout greater Boston area. She received her MA in theatre Education at Emerson college after studying vocal performance at Western Connecticut State University. Her work as a director, costume designer, and solo performer has been seen throughout the New England region.
Bella Monster was created by Jonathan Little of Little's Creatures and has been Puppet Showplace Theatre's "monster in residence" since 2011. She enjoys puppet shows, singing, and the color pink.
Questions? Contact the PST Box Office at 617-731-6400 x 101.
Special Thanks! to Henry Bear's Park, Puppet Showplace Theatre's "Incubator" program for new works; to Mary Churchill and Paul Vincent Davis, and Goat on a Boat Puppet Theatre for guidance and inspiration from "Puppet Playgroup."