Puppet Building 101; Adult Puppetry Class

    Mon, Mar 3 - Mon, Apr 28, 2014

    Times: Every Monday; 6:30-9:00 PM

    Venue: Puppet Showplace Theatre

    32 Station St., Brookline, MA 02445

    Contact:

    Brenda Huggins

    info@puppetshowplace.org

    617-731-6400

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    Class meets weekly on Mondays. Puppets are moving sculptures carefully crafted to be brought to life. Engineering and design play crucial roles in shaping a puppet character's personality and movement abilities. In "Puppet Building 101" participants will each create an original sculpted rod puppet from scratch. To begin, class members will learn how to turn their ideas into drawn designs, ready to be produced. From there, participants will sculpt plasticine, apply paper mache, pattern and sew fabric, and apply other materials to turn their designs into fully functional, performance-ready works of art! Although the puppet made in class will be a rod puppet, the skills and techniques used are applicable to many types of puppet construction. This is an intro-level class. Lessons are cumulative so consistent attendance is important. Participants will be expected to work on projects outside of class time.

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