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Inventive puppetry propels this story of an aging God who conceives a new project: to re-create mankind.
Most shows have backdrops. But what happens when the backdrops are the show?
The wizardly puppetry of Wakka Wakka is back, this time with a fiery tragicomedy about horses, hubris, and the Icelandic bank crisis.
The Tony Award-winning musical comes to the Met Theatre in Hollywood with a gleefully entertaining production.
The animated short film Three Fragments of A Lost Tale is unusual, and undeniably truly original.
Terry Fator and his 16 puppets and 100 impersonations sparkles in Vegas.
This musical is an honest and true depiction of life, because life's not a fairy tale, not even for puppets.
Hand to God is a remarkable display of amazing puppetry amidst a hurricane of raunchy fun. Plus sex and violence. How can you go wrong?
An adorable picture book for girls aged three to eight. It is a story about kindness and discovering new friendships.