Silly Wishes plays February 28 - April 28, 2013
Two great folk tales, The Fisherman and His Wife and Three Wishes combine to tell a tale of wishing gone amuck. In the end the wife learns to be content and enjoy the good life she has.
Jack and the Bean Stalk plays May 2 - June 30, 2013
Classic fairy tale featuring a young lad named Jack who takes on a big mean giant that is reeking havok on Jack's village. With the help of the kind giant's wife, and your help too, Jack will conquer the Giant.
Aesop's Fables plays July 5 - August 25, 2013
There are 100's of fables tributed to Aesop. In this performance you will enjoy some classics and some not so well known stories. One well known story is the Boy Who Cried Wolf, then there is the Lion and the Mouse. Lesser known stories like Hands and Feet will be told too. All of these short stories have a little fable or lesson to be learned. Good hundreds of years ago in Aesop's time and just as good today.
Rumplestiltskin plays September 26 - December 1, 2013
Classic tale of that tricky little green Rumplestiltskin who tries to snatch the queen's babe. Fear not good will win out and Rumplestiltskin will totally spin apart never more to be seen!
The Elves and the Shoemaker
plays December 5, 2013 - January 5, 2014
Lovely, impish little elves secretly come to the aid of the old Shoemaker. The shoemaker's business begins to thrive and the elves find a warm and loving home. That's a happy ever after story!
Cricket plays January 9- March 2, 2014
Cricket, a little boy talks way to much, thus nicknamed Cricket. He gets himself into trouble with all his talk and bragging. Luckily he will find his way out of trouble and learn his lesson. A great show for the little older crowd....second and third graders.
Rapunzel plays March 6 - April 27, 2014
The witch wants Rapunzel in the tower for her very own. Rapunzel would rather be with her handsome prince. Fortunately, the prince figures out how to get Rapunzel away from the witch.
Magic Kettle Tales plays May 1 - June 29, 2014
World wide there are folk tales about the magical doings of cooking kettles. This puppet show will be a medley of three stories: one from China, one from Africa and one from