Incubator: New Works by Local Artists
Puppet Showplace supports the development of world premiere puppetry productions by local artists. Incubator puppeteers become part of a supportive artistic community and receive rehearsal space, a materials stipend, and fiscal sponsorship for outside funding. They also participate in peer reviews and periodic works-in-progress showings. Incubator projects culminate in January with extended runs for youth and family audiences during the “New Year! New Shows!” series.
Incubator applications are accepted on a rolling basis. If you are interested in developing a production through Incubator, please send a statement of interest, work sample, and initial production proposal to artistic director Roxanna Myhrum at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW PRODUCTION January 2017:
I Spy Butterfly!
by Faye Dupras
January 21 - February 5 2017
Trudy loves all things that creep and crawl and flitter and flutter. When a caterpillar she has befriended suddenly turns into a chrysalis, our heroine must face her fears in order to witness it change into a beautiful butterfly. Interactive staging and live music make this a fun ecological romp through nature!
Past Incubator Productions:
Word Play by Honey Goodenough, Good Hearted Entertainment (2016)
Cardboard Explosion by Brad Shur, Puppet Showplace Resident Artist (2016)
Lollipops for Breakfast by Bonnie Duncan, The Secret Agents (2014/2015)
The Great Red Ball Rescue by Faye Dupras, Foreign Landscapes Productions (2014)
Robin Hood by Brad Shur, Puppet Showplace Resident Artist (2014)
Squirrel Stole My Underpants by Bonnie Duncan, The Secret Agents (2013)
The Yankee Peddler: Stories and Songs from Old New England by Brad Shur and Chris Monti (2013)
The Incubator program is supported by a generous gift from the Sakharoff Family Trust, given in honor of Micheline Sakharoff.