"The Frog Prince and Other Frogs" by Perry Alley Theatre
May 29 - May 31, 2014
Puppet Showplace Theatre is New England's oldest theatre dedicated to the presentation of puppetry performance. Help us kick-off our 40th Anniversary Season with the "Puppeteers of New England" series that features a varitey of titles by New England's top puppetry companies. ...
Puppet Showplace Theatre is New England's oldest theatre dedicated to the presentation of puppetry performance. Help us kick-off our 40th Anniversary Season with the "Puppeteers of New England" series that features a varitey of titles by New England's top puppetry companies. VIEW FULL SCHEDULE
About "The Frog Prince and Other Frogs": Hop along with Perry Alley Theatre through the wonderful world of Frogs. This show includes the beloved “Frog Prince,” in which an exceedingly silly Princess is helped by an enchanted frog and learns not to make promises she can’t keep. Then, in "The Evolution of Frogs"-- Dive with us into the depths of ancient oceans to follow the evolution of one-celled creatures into clams, worms, fish and finally ancient frogs—a riveting romp through pre-history. Finally, in "Frog and Eggplant"--Two friends are dissatisfied with their lives, and wish they could trade places. A spirit overhears them and grants them their wish, with disastrous (and hilarious) consequences!
About the Performers: Andrew and Bonnie Periale founded Perry Alley Theatre in 1986 and moved to their current home and studio in NH in 1988. Together, they’ve produced a dozen major shows and many shorter pieces for touring. Andrew and Bonnie have performed at numerous national and regional festivals, at the Smithsonian Institution, the Center for Puppetry Arts (Atlanta), the Jim Henson International Festival of Puppetry and many other venues across the U.S. as well as in France and Italy. They have produced the magazines for UNIMA-USA for 28 years, establishing Puppetry International magazine in the early 1990s. Recognition includes The Paul Vincent Davis Award, the George Latshaw Award, 3 Henson Foundation grants, 2 UNIMA Citations, an Emmy nomination, finalists in the International Festival of Film and Television and, from UNIMA-USA, a Lifetime Achievement award.