“The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show mixes Carle’s stories with large, Lion King-style puppets and colorful projections that are simple enough for babies to enjoy and clever enough for kids up to about age 6.”
“Incorporating a Broadway-style performance into a product launch is bound to make the event more exciting” Josh Bergasse, most famous for NBC’s Smash and Broadway’s On The Town, brings Puppet Kitchen Production’s Puppets to life.
“The ‘delicate’ and ‘regular’ puppets are brought to life and directed by renowned master puppeteer Eric Wright of the Puppet Kitchen, with each puppet manned by a group of six puppeteers, respectively.”
"We're trying to develop their language skills and their physicality. We're giving them permission to release themselves and have fun...Permission is about creating an avenue for them to have fun and to get themselves out of their head.”
John Tartaglia (director of Avenue Q) teamed up with Puppet Kitchen Productions to bring Claudio Quest, a “warm hearted show about remaking the rules” and “classic video game send up”, to New York Musical Theatre Festival.
After a full semester of work, Cornell College and Puppet Kitchen Productions are proud to announce their upcoming world-premiere of Pictures at an Exhibition. The students are as thrilled to work with us as we are to work with them.
“The Puppet Kitchen has done a sensational job in creating 75 puppets, using similar materials and techniques to Carle so that they really do look like his distinctive, hand-painted collage illustrations, and move well on stage.”