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The 3 Little Pigs & More

The 3 Little Pigs & More
Photo courtesy of Grey Seal Puppets

By Grey Seal Puppets of Charlotte, NC
2012-13 Family Series


Sept 12 - 23, 2012
Downstairs Theater
Recommended for ages 4+

Showtimes
•Wed-Fri: 10am & 11:30am
•Sat: 11am, 1pm, & 3pm
•Sun: 1pm & 3pm

Take a trip with fantastic folk tales from around the world, brought to life with a touch of the familiar and a taste of the new. Using a variety of puppet styles, The Frog Prince from Germany, Three Billy Goats Gruff from Scandinavia and The Three Little Pigs from England are each told with refreshing wit and wisdom. In between each of the tales there’s a whole menagerie of zany characters to see and enjoy.

To learn more about Grey Seal Puppets, click here!

View a Sneak Peek of the Show!

The 3 Little Pigs and More
from Donald Devet on Vimeo.

Puppetry Style:
Rod, Hand, Hand-and-Rod

Create-A-Puppet Workshop:
Make your own Productive Pig Hand Puppet!

Behind the Scenes of
The 3 Little Pigs & More

About the Story
Today’s performance combines a variety of puppet styles with a variety of stories! The 3 Little Pigs & More is a collection from around the world. The Frog Prince, from Germany, uses hand puppets to deliver a moral from which we can all learn. Three Billy Goats Gruff, from Scandinavia, uses rod puppets to show clever goats outsmarting a not-so-evil troll. And The Three Little Pigs, from England, uses whimsical rod characters to prove good over bad is always best. But what makes the show truly unique is the menagerie of zany characters between the tales. With everything from The Blockheads to The Wobblies, The 3 Little Pigs & More has something for everyone.

About the Artist
Founded in 1976, Grey Seal Puppets is well known nationwide,
performing over 250 shows a year in theaters, schools, museums, libraries, and festivals throughout North America. Awards include the President’s Award for outstanding achievement in the art of puppetry from Puppeteers of America, North Carolina’s Theatre Arts Award, and three UNIMA-USA Citations of Excellence. Grey Seal also designs and builds puppets and mascot characters for clients ranging from the Charlotte Hornets to the Smithsonian Institution, and performs extensively on television. Clients include Bojangles’ Chicken, the Muppets, and PBS.

Today’s performer, Drew Allison, has co-authored two books on puppet construction, The Wit and Wisdom of Polyfoam Puppet Construction and The Foam Book, and is featured in the new Foam Book Video series. For more information, please visit their
website at www.greysealpuppets.com.


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