Over 80 elegant and colorful characters were
developed for the Tales of Belvuria, becoming fast
favorites with our live audiences. This room
introduces several of them and their hopes for future
starring roles in our yet-to-be-released films and
After three years of work and dreams, we have finally put one
of our beloved stories onto the screen. Come visit our film of
Witch Key, and see Belvuria as it comes to life on video. Three
generations of children have shared the tales with us in live
performances, and this is a tribute to all those childen who have
believed in dragons, the Land of Belvuria and, of course,
talking Panda Bears.
Our touring shows of painted sets and small props have now
grown to elegant splendor in the new film ofWitch Key. This
is a close look at how this magical place was created. Come
backstage with us and stroll through several of the new movie
sets. See the enchanted Land of Belvuria take shape and rise in
full glory from plaster mud and dreams in an almost
From the sparkling windows of Tiffany & Co., San Francisco, to
the live stage show of Hunchback of Notré Dame, at Disneyworld,
Orlando, we visit some of our past work in films, stage and
commercials worldwide. Come visit Wee Sing Under the Sea, The
Barq's Root Beer Dog and Rockin' Ralphie, a hip DJ Racoon.
Known for rising to a challenge, you might be surprised at what
our studio had a hand in designing and building.
You've seen our work, you just haven't known it was ours.
Our heartwarming and critically acclaimed series of interlocking
live shows was developed to feature the ancient art of marionettes.
These exciting, original tales were performed for families, in
elementary schools, our own live theaters, Children's Hospitals,
Shopping Centers and birthday parties throughout the western United
States. After performing them live for over twenty years, these tales
are now destined for films, books, and e-books.
Here's a bit of history for you. We premiered the pilot
version of Witch Key on the Queen Mary in Long Beach,
California in the Summer of 2010.
Click on Aaron to view our blog about our trip
and to see four clips from the new DVD.