Puppet Shows

“The Snow Queen” Video Featuring Yippee Skippy Puppet Theater

A Fractured Fables Christmas Special

 

Ever since Kay got a piece of magic mirror stuck in his eye and heart, his long-time friend Greta has seen him change for the worse. One day, Kay sees the beautiful Snow Queen riding a magnificent sleigh and decides to hitch his sleigh to it. When she discovers Kay, she spirits him way to her castle in the North Pole. Greta witnesses his kidnapping, but none of the townsfolk believe it was the Snow Queen. Unwilling to give up, Greta embarks on an epic journey to save her best friend.

 

Performed 12-20-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteer: Rebecca Migdal and Chelsea Camp. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera: Nere Kapiteni.

 

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Hanukkah Puppet Show Videos: Fractured Fables

The Hanukkah Cow

 

This puppet adaptation of "Hanukkah Bear" begins when a hibernating cow is awoken by the delicious smells of latkes and immediately goes in search of the source. An old, poor-sighted woman hears a knock at her door. She thinks it's the Rabbi arriving for a special Hanukkah meal. The strange mooing sounds the "Rabbi" makes cause her to worry for his health, but she happily feeds him all the latkes he wants.

 

Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins

 

 

Hershel is weary from his long travels and is happy to see a nearby village where he can spend the first night of Hanukkah. However, he is surprised to find no menorah candles have been lit. A villager tells him of the terrible goblins who ruin every Hanukkah and the task of breaking their evil curse is an impossible one. But brave and clever Hershel is willing to take the challenge to save Hanukkah.

 

It Could Always Be Worse

 

 

A poor man lives in a tiny home with his complaining wife and boisterous children. He can't take the chaos anymore and runs to the Rabbi for advice on what to do. It is advice that he wasn't expecting and soon regrets taking.

 

Performed 12-21-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteer: Rebecca Migdal. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera: Nere Kapiteni.

 

Support our programs for kids, and save 50% on Hanukkah books now! Buy Hanukkah Bear, Hershel and the Hanukkah Goblins, and It Could Always Be Worser at Bank Street Bookstore.

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Author Amy Fabrikant Performs "When Kayla Was Kyle" with Puppetry by Illustrator Jennifer Levine

Special guests, author Amy Fabrikant and illustrator Jennifer Levine, perform a puppet version of When Kayla Was Kyle, a picture book about a girl who used to be a boy. Children create a puppet named Heehoo, and Heehoo performs as the country cousin in The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse. With Andy Laties and Rebecca Migdal of Yippee Skippy Puppet Theater.

Event date: December 8, 2013

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