INTRO TO STAGE PUPPETEERING|
Saturday, January 20th
COST: $40 pre-reg/$50 day-of
In this fun, dynamic class, you'll learn the foundations of good stage puppetry - focus, physical commitment and basic puppet operation. Together we'll work on how to make your puppet seem alive and connect with the audience. You'll get lots of hands-on time with professional arm-and-rod puppets plus a simple practice puppet to take home so you can keep working on your skills.
at Theatre Puget Sound, Studio C
No puppet experience required.
Class recommended for ages 15 and up.
Please dress comfortably and be ready to move.
Class size limited to 20. Minimum enrollment: 3 students.
- Do I have to bring my own puppet?
No. There will be plenty o' puppets provided to play with. However, if you have your own arm and rod puppet friend, you are absolutely welcome to bring them to class with you.
- Will we be building puppets in this class?
- Do I have to be good at funny voices?
Nope. We'll be focusing on physical work in this class, so you can puppeteer using whatever voice is comfy (funny voice, normal voice, super serious voice, etc).
***About your teacher: ***
"Rachel is a skilled professional who is also a fun and creative instructor." - Beth Peterson, Everett Community College
"Top-notch puppetry workshop." - Sam Longoria
Rachel Jackson's Vox Fabuli Puppets specializes in twisting the familiar into dark and humorous shapes. Rachel has been puppeteering on various Seattle stages since 2008, where her work has been called "mad and masterful" by The Seattle Times. The mind behind the hit "MANOS The Hands of Felt", she more recently brought her talented hands to "Stories for Bad Children: Chapter 2" and "Whedonesque Burlesque".
Photo of Rachel and Puppet Joss Whedon by Jules Doyle
Theatre Puget Sound (View)
305 Harrison St
Seattle, WA 98109
|Minimum Age: 15|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|