Puppet Show Series
ArtStream is proud to present our Puppet Series. We offer puppet shows for young audiences, each with a special healing or enlightening theme. Each show is between 30 and 40 minutes in length, and can be combined with a puppet-making workshop, for an additional fee.
We can work with the needs of your community. We can provide audio description and touch-tours for students with vision-impairments. We also have experience with sign-interpreted performances.
Read about our audio-described and touch-tour performance of The Pirates Jules in January 2012!
The Pirate’s Jules: Highly interactive, for children ages 3-12. Focuses on themes such as the importance of the arts, play, fun, interaction with others, and setting aside fixation on material things. Great for reminding us all to make the best of the here and now, and appreciate the treasure of family and friends.
This production has been developed to ensure universal access. Ask about making the production accessible for your audience!
Pursuing the Runes: A new interactive performance exploring ways to cope with grief and/or illness through an engaging adventure tale set in a backdrop of Norse Mythology, for children ages 5 and up.
The show gives life to the grief stages by representing them as characters that accompany a young girl on her journey to rescue her father from the clutches of a ferocious dragon.
This performances addresses themes of loss and longing, unexpected gifts on the journey, the importance of social support and self-care. Upbeat rock music accompanies this colorful, lively and exciting puppet and live-actor show.
Available for booking!
Email Ermyn at firstname.lastname@example.org for details and pricing.
Check out this video trailer for Pursuing the Runes
Thanks to Patti Woolsey, Jose Diaz and Stephen Guidry for working to compile this preview!
Annie & Danny: based on a theme of diligence and perseverance in the face of adversity, while still giving of one’s self. Great for kids age 3-7, especially those dealing with disappointment or hardship. Highly interactive.
Emily’s Dragon: specifically written for children dealing with disabilities or illness. Deals with themes of “seeing your inner power, or magic within.” Appropriate for ages 5-10.
A Christmas Carol: the classic Dickens tale, told interactively, highlighting themes of caring, giving and selflessness. Great for helping kids become aware of reaching-out to those less fortunate. Appropriate for ages 5-12.