NEW for Pre-K! Cozy Corner

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By Faye Dupras and Max Weigert

A weekly interactive series for very young audiences featuring live music and puppetry.

November 28-December 19
Wednesday Mornings at 10:30 am

Cost: $25 per adult/child pair ($20 members)

About the SERIES

  Welcome to Cozy Corner!

Join Max, Rory, their friendly neighbors, and a delightful cast of puppet pals as they learn and play in a world full of wonder. After welcoming kids with a song, musician Max Weigert discovers surprises in every nook and cranny before finally setting off on a storytime adventure. Fans of Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood, Sesame Street, and Shining Time Station will love this live performance and very interactive show!

Cozy Corner is a great introduction to live theater and is specially designed for very young audiences, 0-4. The show nurtures children’s social-emotional development through the exploration of themes of kindness, friendship, generosity, equity, and inclusivity. We provide a welcoming, "lights-on," flexible environment for children and caretakers alike!

Questions? Please call the box office at 617-731-6400 x 101 or e-mail boxoffice@puppetshowplace.org.

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Faye and Max

Faye Dupras is a theater artist who began her puppet journey over twenty years ago when she met and apprenticed under her childhood hero, puppeteer Noreen Young. Since then she has performed around the world and has worked as a director, designer and educator throughout Eastern Canada and the USA. In 2004, Faye founded Foreign Landscapes Productions, a company whose mission it to produce and tour engaging original puppet shows for peoples of all ages. Critics have described Faye’s award winning shows as “spellbinding,” “imaginative,” and “powerful.”

Max Weigert is a singer/songwriter and children’s performer who has performed in venues throughout New England and abroad. Since recently completing a degree from Berklee College of Music, Max has been teaching music for little ones in private and public schools across the Boston area.