A NEW after school enrichment class for ages 8-11 launching in January 2018!
Do you love making things the world has never seen? Discovering the hidden qualities of materials? Taking things apart to see how they work? Then we want YOU for Puppet Lab!
Puppet Lab is a new after school program for kids age 8-11 with a focus on the materials, engineering, and design side of puppetry arts. Each week we’ll tackle creative challenges in a fun, hands-on, and supportive environment that encourages experimentation. We’ll bravely go beyond simple craft projects to learn advanced tools, techniques, and topics in 3D design. Kids will learn by doing, gain confidence in their abilities, and discover new strategies for solving interdisciplinary problems.
To Register for Puppet Lab’s Pilot Year Program:
1. Fill out the registration form.
2. We will contact you for a brief conversation about program details and logistics to confirm that Puppet Lab is a good fit for your child. Families enrolled in the inaugural year of the program will be asked to complete feedback surveys about the experience.
3. When admitted to the Puppet Lab program, payment is due by check or credit card (a $12 processing fee will apply) to secure registration no later than December 25 for session 1 or March 15 for session 2. Payment is non-refundable.
Any questions? Contact artistic director Roxie Myhrum at firstname.lastname@example.org. Can't make this year's dates? Fill out the registration form and indicate that you would like to be notified of future opportunities to enroll!
Puppet Lab Information
Wednesdays from 3:30 - 5:30 pm.
Open for drop off / pick up 3:00 - 3:30 and 5:30 - 6:00 pm.
Session 1: January 10 - March 21 (no class Feb 21)
Session 2: March 28 - June 6 (no class April 18)
Each 10- week session will cover different topics. Register for one or both!
General: $400 / 10-week session
Puppet Showplace Members: $375 / 10-week session
Our first Puppet Lab classes will be limited to 10 participants
Puppet Showplace Theater, 32 Station Street, Brookline
Meet Puppet Lab's Instructor, Honey Goodenough!
Puppeteer, educator, and children’s entertainer HONEY GOODENOUGH has taught puppetry to everyone from preschool students to medical professionals. As a teaching artist, she has worked with diverse student populations in greater Boston, New York City, and Texas. She has taught a wide variety of professional development courses for educators and aspiring puppeteers at Puppet Showplace Theater, Brooklyn College, the University of Utah, and City College CUNY. Her company, Good Hearted Entertainment, recently developed "Word Play," a literacy-based puppet show. Honey has performed with several nationally-touring puppetry companies, and she studied puppetry at the Eugene O’Neill National Puppetry Conference. She holds an MA in Educational Theater from New York University and a BA in Theater with a focus in Costume Crafts and Technology from the University of Texas, Austin
Puppet Lab is supported by a Harris Grant from the Children's Theater Foundation of America.