Swedish Cottage

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Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre presents Puppet Time
Presented in partnership with Puppet Slam Network

Saturday, October 17, 2020

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Open House New York website, City Parks Foundation Facebook and Youtube channel

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0L5PEGJu2s

Available Saturday, October 17 and Sunday, October 18. Tune in on:

Open House New York website

 City Parks Foundation YouTube

City Parks Foundation Facebook

This showcase is a mature performance for all ages.

With support from the Puppet Slam Network, the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre, housed in the historic theatre in Central Park, will be presenting a digital Puppet Slam, “Puppet Time,” originally planned to be performed live during Open House NY weekend, brought to you virtually from various sites in Central Park. The hour-long “Puppet Time” will feature familiar and never-before-seen marionette performances that demonstrate the collective and individual talents of the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre puppeteers, past and present.

“Puppet Time” Performances: 

  1. “Fine Day” from Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre’s Pippi (2007, 2013)
  2. “Bestest Clothes” from Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre’s Princess, Emperor and the Duck (2003, 2006, 2017)
  3. “EGGriginated” by Ronny Wasserstrom, Playdate Puppets
  4. “Funny Bunny: Bulletin from the Burrow” by Honey Goodenough, Good Hearted Entertainment
  5. “Balloon Clown Cat,” by Arlee Chadwick
  6. “Dancing with My Shadow” and ”Flying” from Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre’s Peter Pan (2009)
  7. “STYX” by Kervin Peralta (for ages 12+)
  8. “Jokes with Josue” by Emmanuel Elpenord
  9. “Vaccine” by Kevin White (for ages 12+)
  10. “Simulacrum” by Charlie Delrisco  (for ages 12+)
  11. “What is the Role of a Chairperson” by Liz Oakley and Ali Goss (for ages 12+)
  12. “Looking for a Princess” from Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre’s Princess, Emperor and the Duck (2003, 2006, 2017)
  13. “Seneca Rap” from Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre’s Hansel and Gretel’s Halloween Adventure (2016, 2017) 
  14. “Jerusalema”Marionette and dance Medley, by Bruce Cannon, Bruce Cannon’s Puppetry Productions
  15. “How You Gonna Come Back Tomorrow” from Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre’s Pippi (2007, 2013)

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