Among our achievements...
Throughout the years, many film producers, stage directors, advertising firms
and puppet companies have come to us and found just what they were looking
for among our fine group of artists and our diverse studio workshop.
We designed and built 25 rod puppets for
Orlando Disneyworld’s live stage production of
Hunchback of Notré Dame for Michael Curry Designs.
We have built several sets of puppets for other
puppet company’s shows including Portland’s
Tears of Joy Theatre’s Adventures of Perseus,
the Ojai Valley (California) Land Conservancy’s
Quilly the Quail’s Adventure Show, and
The Rockin' Ralphie Show featuring a hip
Raccoon and his sidekick Brodie the Squirrel.
We built and operated several main puppet
characters and were puppet consultants on
the children’s video Wee Sing Under The Sea
(Price, Stern, Sloan)
In 2001, the City of Sherwood Oregon
commissioned us to design and build a puppet
presentation of The Adventures of Robin Hood
for their annual Robin Hood Days festival.
Resembling stained glass, these unique characters
lifted off the windows of our outdoor chapel
to battle foes in this romantic legend of old.
We designed and installed eight windows
for Tiffany & Co., for the opening
of the San Francisco Opera season featuring
marionettes from The Olde World Puppet Theatre.
We Built Barqy -
The Barq's Root Beer Dog
We designed, built, and patterned the
all-cloth marionette of Carmen Miranda
which was featured in five consecutive
issues of the internationally respected
Cloth Doll Magazine.
This is just a sampling of some of the fine companies and their products
with which we have had the pleasure of working.
We are extraordinarily proud of our craftsmanship and the work we have
generated throughout the years, stretching from coast to coast and even
reaching worldwide audiences.
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Last but not least, some one-of-a-kind characters we
have built. Here you will find a wide range of puppets or
walkaround characters from a life-size Hans Christian
Anderson to a larger-than-life river otter named Sophie,
built to help children discover the joys of reading.
Quilly the Quail’s
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