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Written and Directed by Jon Ludwig
2011-12 Family Series
Mar 8 - Apr 1, 2012
Previews: Mar 6 & 7 - 10:30am & 12pm
Showtimes vary -- please see side bar for more information.
She's back! After being swept away from her parents, Little Noodle must journey across the grocery store to find her way home. Along the way she meets many strange characters, all with opinions on how she should eat and live. Join Little Noodle in this interactive adventure about making healthy choices and loving yourself exactly as you are. Part of the Center's Healthy Children initiative, Artistic Director Jon Ludwig teamed up with a group of experts to promote the most accurate theories on how to prevent childhood obesity. Using an innovative combination of projected animation and black light puppetry, this original work reinforces the message of the experts by demystifying the problem in an engaging and theatrical setting.
Rod, Projections, Blacklight
Make your own Little Noodle Rod Puppet!
Community Health Partners
C.H.O.I.C.E.S -- http://www.choicesforkids.org/
Health SATAT -- http://www.healthstatgeorgia.org/
DeKalb County Board of Health -- http://www.dekalbhealth.net/
The Center for Puppetry Arts is committed to creating awareness of issues affecting the world’s children. Frequently combining the art of puppetry with useful information and specific curriculum on a wide range of subject matter, the Center skillfully uses performances, workshops and exhibits to help impart important information in a manner which children find both fun and understandable. This year, the Center is proud to focus on the inner workings of the human body and the best ways we can take care of ours.
While you are at the Center for Adventures of Little Noodle, be sure to pick up some helpful handouts about healthy eating and living provided by our community health partners.
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