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What & When: Puppet Play
In this two-day workshop, attendees will create their own puppet, bring it to life, and work together with other puppeteers to learn storytelling with puppets. All supplies are provided. Registrants must be able to attend both days. Attendees should wear clothes that can get paint on them.
(FULL! Please feel free to sign up for the waiting list for this particular workshop. If people withdraw, spots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. If enough people put themselves on the waiting list, another workshop will be scheduled.)
Saturday, October 22
1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday, October 23
11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Workshop Limit: 15
To register for a workshop, send an email with the name of the workshop you would like to attend in the header and message, your name, and your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate that you are age 18 or over. Please register only for yourself.
Should there be overflow, you will be put on a waiting list. If a waiting list becomes long enough, a second workshop may be scheduled, but it would require a full list.
All workshops will be held at the home of Talespinner Children’s Theatre, 5209 Detroit Ave., Cleveland, OH 44102.
The Art of Play –Creating Theatre for Children A Professional Arts Workshop Series with Alison Garrigan is a series of free workshops for adults, 18 and over, on how to create challenging, engaging, intelligent, and playful theatre for kids and families. Alison Garrigan is a CPAC 2016 Creative Workforce Fellowship Grant recipient and Executive Artistic Director for Talespinner Children’s Theatre. During the first part of her Fellowship year, Ali has traveled around the country, meeting with other like-minded makers of arts for kids–now she is combining what she has learned with her own method of theatre creation, and wants to share it with fellow theatre artists, teachers, parents, and the joyfully curious and playful–to give back to our amazing community.