Sock Monkey Circus
by Honey Goodenough, Resident Teaching Artist
Sock Monkey Circus is a full circus performed in miniature! This performance features the magical talents of the host "Funny Honey" and her clever monkeys, who are trained to juggle, dance, and swing on a flying trapeze! All this while traveling in their very own circus train car that converts into a miniature stage. This circus can be featured outside to interact with spectators, or also featured on a stage for a more formal presentation. These silly monkeys continually outsmart our host, all while performing a variety of circus routines. Everyone is welcome to monkey around with the Sock Monkey Circus!
Recommended for ages 3 and up. Marionettes. Length: 40 minutes.
For pricing and schedule availability, please contact Box Office Manager Paul Watkins at 617-731-6400 x 101 or e-mail email@example.com. Photo credit: Kirk Marsh.
About the Artist
Honey Goodenough is a puppeteer, educator, and children’s party entertainer. Her company, Good Hearted Entertainment, created the literacy-based puppet show Word Play as part of the 2016 Puppet Showplace Incubator program. In 2017, she became Puppet Showplace Theater's first resident teaching artist after years of experience working with diverse student populations in greater Boston, New York City, Vermont, and Texas. She has also taught a wide variety of professional development courses for educators and aspiring puppeteers at Brooklyn College, the University of Utah, and City College CUNY. Honey is currently the lead teaching artist for "Puppet Lab," Puppet Showplace's new after school enrichment program.
Honey is a trained marionette performer and has performed with PuppetWorks, and toured nationally with the National Marionette Theatre and Frisch Marionettes. She has also produced and performed in Puppet Slams across the country. She is currently creating a new show, Sock Monkey Circus which will tour in China in fall 2017. Honey holds an MA in Educational Theater from New York University, and a BA in Theater Crafts and Technology from the University of Texas, Austin. Email: Honey@PuppetShowplace.org