We’re welcoming summer with a “splash!”

We are so excited to announce the world premiere of our new show, Splish, Splash: Water Stories! Developed with the help of Project WET, this show explores our most precious resource in a fun and educational way! Large hand-puppets are used in the Australian folktale of “Tiddalick the Frog” and the Creek legend “Rabbit Plays Tug-of-War,” which demonstrate that water is important to all cultures. The original shadow puppet piece, “The Adventures of Drip and Drop,” shows the water-cycle from the point of view of the raindrops. As the closing song says, “Everybody needs a little water!” Best for ages 4-10.

See below for the schedule, including FREE performances!

Kangaroo tries to persuade Tiddalick the Frog to share water.

Kangaroo tries to persuade Tiddalick the Frog to share water.

Drip and Drop shadow puppets

Drip and Drop shadow puppets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday, June 28   11:30 am    Academy Theatre                                                                           599 N. Central Avenue, Hapeville, GA 30354                                                                              Sponsored by the Hapeville Association of Tourism and Trade

Monday, June 30   10:00 am   Riverdale Branch Library                                                               420 Valley Hill Rd. SW, Riverdale 30274                                                                                            Sponsored by the Clayton County Library System

June 30    6:30 pm   NE Spruill Oaks Branch, Atlanta-Fulton Public Library                   9560 Spruill Rd. Johns Creek, 30022          

July 5   2:00 pm   Ponce de Leon Branch, Atlanta-Fulton Public Library                              980 Ponce de Leon Ave. Atlanta

 

 
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About piccadillypuppets

We are a professional non-profit touring puppet company. We perform puppet shows for children ages 3-10 and their families at birthday parties, schools, churches, festivals, etc.
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