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Center For Puppetry Arts

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1404 Spring St NW, Atlanta, GA 30309.

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    $8.25 for $16.50 - "the Headless Horseman of Silly Hollow": Puppets Star in Spooky Tale

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    Silly Hollow might be less sinister than Sleepy Hollow, but it still has a resident Headless H.. read moreorseman . even if his reputation could stand a little "spooking-up. " Audiences can be forgiven for losing their heads over The Headless Horseman of Silly Hollow , a hip and humorous production from the award-winning Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers. In this puppet adaptation of Washington Irving's beloved spine-tingler, schoolteacher Ichabod Crane helps the hapless Headless Horseman find a new head and a more frightening image. Thanks to the show's clever music and quirky characters, adults are sure to enjoy this "spooktacular" performance just as much as their children will. Tickets also include admission to the Center for Puppetry Arts Museum and the Create-A-Puppet Workshop (or To-Go Kit) where little ones can create their own "Sheepish Sheep" shadow puppet.

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05/19/14
Lindsay W.
This review is just on the museum. We did not go to see any shows because I am not sure that my 3 year old could sit through it and even with a discount....

07/20/14
Aprile M.
We went here to see The Cat in the Hat with our daughter. She is 5 and even though she got a little bored during the show she loved it. The museum is very...

05/25/14
Golden M.
Saw an amazing rendition of Great Expectations by a very gifted puppeteer. I'm guessing it was an adult show because it was in the evening with no children...
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04/19/10
HISTORY
Founded in 1978 by Vincent Anthony, it's the nation’s largest organization dedicated to the art form of puppetry. Kermit the Frog and his creator Jim Henson cut the ceremonial ribbon at the opening.
10/10/10
Oakland Cemetery
Puppets aren't just for kids! Be sure to check out their adult focused shows too. A highlight every year and must see is the Ghastly Dreadfuls performance in October. Booyah!
07/19/11
Atlanta
Don’t miss the Center for Puppetry Arts’ showcase of Martha Speaks. The classic children’s story about a talking dog comes to life thru puppet magic July 19-31. See the show and then make a puppet!
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