The Circus is Coming!  The Circus is Coming!

Ringmaster Christopher Piper performs with marionette animals, acrobats, and clowns in "Circus!" this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  Friday has only the 10 AM show this week.  See the reviews here.  Tiny Tots @ 10:00 has "The Mother Goose Caboose" on Saturday, Jan. 31.

2014 -2015 Season

 

(Click titles for info and ASL dates)

 

Thursdays & Fridays

10:00 & 11:30 AM

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Saturdays & Sundays

11:30 AM & 1:00 PM

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 ASL Interpretation

 

 

 

 

 

 

Schedule subject to

change without notice.

  • Circus • January 16 - February 15

    In grand circus tradition, the "Grandest Show on Strings" features a collection of clowns, death-defying acrobats, and an amazing menagerie of fauna from the farthest reaches of the globe.  Many of the acts were built more than 50 years ago by Christopher’s parents for "Len Piper’s International Marionette Circus."

    Age Recommendation: PreK-Adult • Running Time: 30 Minutes

    Buy Tickets Here  Reviews  Teacher's Guide

  • Aladdin • February 19 - March 15

    From ancient Persia comes this lavish and entrancing tale, true to the original “One Thousand and One Arabian Nights,” full of genies, wizards, magic caves, exotic princesses, and an elephant!  Half life-size rod puppets and exciting special effects make this production exciting and exotic theater.

    Age Recommendation: K-Grade 6 • Running Time: 50 Minutes

    Buy Tickets Here  Reviews  Teacher's Guide

  • Jack and the Beanstalk • March 19 - May 3

    Fe-fi-fo-fum.  A timely version of the classic children’s tale about the young lad that doesn’t know beans about trading, but still manages to climb his way to the top.  Jack finds that happiness lies in helping others rather than mere personal gain.  Told with rod puppets and some surprising twists, Jack has long been a favorite of our audiences.

    Age Recommendation: K-Grade 6 • Running Time: 45 Minutes

    Buy Tickets Here  Reviews  Teacher's Guide

  • Cinderella • May 7 - June 21

    The elegance of 17th-century France, combining elaborate costumes of the Comedie Francais and Offenbach's "Gaiety Parisian" to adorn the tale of the cinder girl who captures the heart of the handsome prince.  The production was acclaimed at the 1997 National Puppet Festival, and performed by invitation at the Center for Puppetry Arts, in Atlanta.

    Age Recommendation: K-Grade 6 • Running Time: 45 Minutes

    Buy Tickets Here  Reviews  Teacher's Guide

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