Here is a listing of all of our shows. Click on the link for videos, study guides and more information. Virtual Version Available means that you can purchase a link to a prerecorded version to share with a classroom or group.
KIDS ON THE BLOCK Large puppets accurately portray children with Down Syndrome, visual and hearing impairments, and cerebral palsy. These puppets help children understand other children that may be a little different from them, and the children in the audience can ask the puppets questions, gathering even more understanding. K-5 Kids on the Block Page
A SHORE THING – page with more info coming soon. Let’s take a trip to the beach in our imagination, and see the sea! This interactive puppet show was developed with very young audiences in mind! Lots of music, fish, and other fun sea creatures swimming out into the audience. Adaptable to your group’s age and size!
BUTTERFLY BALLAD Virtual Version Available This story follows Katy and Kevin Caterpillar through the stages of their lives – from egg, to caterpillar, to chrysalis, to butterfly – and their fascinating migration to Mexico. Ages 3-8. Butterfly Ballad page
CAT AND MOUSE TALES Virtual Version Available Stories from Aesop and other cultures featuring cats, mice, and fun Rockabilly music! Cat and Mouse Tales page
CHEROKEE TALES Virtual Version Available Sequoyah introduces audiences to Georgia’s early inhabitants – the Cherokee. New video version for ages 4-8. Cherokee Tales page
IMAGINATION STATION Virtual Version Available A playful variety show using puppets, simple objects, music, storytelling, and lots of audience participation. The children will discover that a little imagination can go a long way. Perfect for Preschoolers! Imagination Station
ONCE UPON A TIME IN CHINA This enchanting Chinese tale is a multi-cultural gem with a moral about the importance of honesty. See an Emperor provide a future for the land he loves and the peasant boy who helps him. Preschool-5th grades, families, or senior citizens. Once Upon a Time in China page
WISH TALES Multi-cultural folktales about wishing, told with three different styles of puppetry. Ages 3-8. Wish Tales page
PUPPETRY 101 is listed under “Workshops” (Virtual Version Available)
We have three holiday shows: Foxy Christmas, Piccadilly Holiday and ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas (Virtual Version Available). Visit our Holiday Shows page!
We have two Bible story shows: Jonah: The Prophet Who Ran Away, and Joseph and the Coat of Many Colors (Virtual Version Available). Visit our Bible Stories page!
A playful variety show using puppets, simple objects, music, storytelling, and lots of audience participation. The children will discover that a little imagination can go a long way. Perfect for Preschoolers! 20-30 minutes. Maximum audience: 75 for preschool, 150 for elementary. Hand puppets, rod puppets. Space needed 5’x5’. Set-up: 30 minutes or less. Great show… Continue reading Imagination Station
Cat and Mouse Tales
This show will have kids squeaking with delight as they watch several folktales featuring these furry friends and “purr” along with some early rock tunes. Will the cat ever catch the mouse, or can these natural enemies ever be friends? Stories include “The Lion and the Mouse” (Aesop), “Why Siamese Cats Have a Kink in… Continue reading Cat and Mouse Tales
Butterfly Ballad/La Balada de las Mariposas
Developed originally for the Callaway Gardens Butterfly Center, this story follows Katy and Kevin Caterpillar through the stages of their lives – from egg, to caterpillar, to chrysalis, to butterfly – and their fascinating migration to Mexico. Narrated by Mother Nature, and can be narrated both in English & Spanish when requested. S2L1. Students… Continue reading Butterfly Ballad/La Balada de las Mariposas
A Shore Thing
Let’s take a trip to the beach in our imagination, and see the sea! This interactive puppet show is the perfect introduction to puppetry for very young children. Our puppeteer brings sea creatures into the audience for kids to name and meet up close. Lots of music with minimal script make this a very accessible… Continue reading A Shore Thing
NEW UPDATED VERSION! Sequoyah teaches students about Cherokee culture and history, including his famous syllabary. With the help of puppets and audience volunteers, the puppeteer/storyteller recounts Cherokee myths about the creation of Cherokee land and how the brave Spider brought fire to the animals. Then the students learn about the Trail of Tears and more.… Continue reading Cherokee Tales
Kids on the Block
Large puppets accurately portray children with Down Syndrome, visual and hearing impairments, and cerebral palsy. These puppets help children understand other children that may be a little different from them, and the children in the audience can ask the puppets questions, gathering even more understanding. Grades K-5. This show is performed by 2 puppeteers. Learning… Continue reading Kids on the Block
Once Upon a Time in China
This enchanting Chinese Tale teaches the importance of being honest. The Emperor is very old and needs to find someone to take over his duties, as he has no son. The new leader must be smart and strong, kind and courageous, patient and honest, especially HONEST. How will he find just the right boy? (Based on the… Continue reading Once Upon a Time in China
There are wishes we wish for others to grant and those only we can make come true through hard work and perseverance. This multicultural show tells three folktales about wishing, using three different styles of puppetry. The stories are “The Knee-High Man,” “The Frog Prince,” and “Little Orphan Animal”. You can add a Shadow Puppet-making… Continue reading Wish Tales
We have three holiday shows to meet the needs of your group, whether it’s for a school, church, party or festival. All three are secular Christmas-themed shows. Foxy Christmas FOXY CHRISTMAS A tale of Christmas spirit and friendship. This endearing Christmas story is about a hungry fox and a lonely bunny, and how they find that, for… Continue reading Holiday Shows
JONAH: THE PROPHET WHO RAN AWAY A storyteller tells the Biblical story of Jonah with puppets, music and lots of audience participation. Good for grades preschool-5, or family events. (video coming soon)