The Dolls’ House
Performance by Rag & BoneRag and Bone Puppet Theatre plays in the style of puppetry called open manipulation (where the puppeteers are in full view of the audience as they work the puppets). This technique gives students a chance to see how everything “works” and to have a direct contact with the artists. Inspired by the book of celebrated author and illustrator Arnold Lobel, Owl at Home brings the book to life as Owl shares warm stories with us. Owl lives by himself in a warm little house. Whether he is inviting Winter to sit by the fire, or finding strange bumps in his bed-room, Owl is a hoot and always has room for visitors! See how he tries to be in two places at once. Watch how he thinks of sad things in order to make a perfect cup of tea. Accompanied by musician Ainsley McNeaney, Rag & Bone makes these delightful stories about soft-hearted Owl irresistible.
Owl At Home