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Center for Puppetry Arts

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1404 Spring Street Northwest, Atlanta, GA 30309.

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    $15.00 for $25.00 - "anne Frank: Within & Without" -- Puppet Show Re-imagines Holocaust Story

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    The moving words of Anne Frank have taken many forms on screen and stage, but Anne Frank: Wit.. read morehin & Without may be the first production to turn them into a puppet show. It's a daring concept that manifests in a kind of macabre beauty as human actors manipulate the doll-like puppets, moving them fluidly throughout an exact replica of the annex rooms where Frank and her family hid during the Holocaust. More than just a re-enactment of Frank's Diary, the show explores the world outside the Secret Annex as well, with haunting scenes demonstrating the rise of European fascism and anti-Semitism during Nazi oppression and persecution. With post-show talk-backs after every show at the Center of Puppetry Arts, Anne Frank: Within & Without is a chance to re-engage with a familiar tale through the lens of a performance unlike any other.

    • Added 02/28/15 by goldstar | Purchase by: 03/06/15
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    $10.00 for $16.50 - "rainforest Adventures": Center for Puppetry Arts

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    Take a magical journey into the rainforest as Atlanta's Center for Puppetry Arts brings to lif.. read moree more than 30 exotic plants and animals in Rainforest Adventures. In this vibrant new production, children will thrill to discover the many charming and colorful creatures that call this exotic ecosystem home. An anaconda slithers through the shrubs, bats beat their wings in a glorious evening ballet and mischievous howler monkeys swing to the beat of Brazilian drums against the backdrop of a lush paradise. Tickets also include admission to the hands-on museum exhibits, which feature over 350 puppets from around the world, and the Create-A-Puppet Workshop.

    • Added 12/07/14 by goldstar | Purchase by: 03/08/15
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10/13/13
Scott W.
Still one of my favorite things about Atlanta - I can't imagine a city without a good puppet theatre like this. Visitors should know that there is a small...

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....

01/07/14
Amy H.
Wave your crazy Muppet arms in the air! Wave them like you just don't care!! *yaaaaaaaaay* The Center for Puppetry Arts is one of my favorite things in...
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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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rating 4.4 out of 5
01/15/15
Nathan Harris
I went to the Center For Puppetry Arts with my girlfriend near the end of their Jim Henson ode. It was absolutely charming. From the outside and by the parking lot, you expect the museum to be nothing too special, a bit shabby and run-down -- but once you get inside, those preconceptions just wash a....
02/04/15
Phoenicia Malcom
We took my daughter to see "The True Story About the Three Little Pigs by Adolf Wolf." Which in my personal opinion is much funnier than the original. When you first come in, it has a museum set up that you can look at and some interactive games for kids. The theater was small and they used regular ....
02/08/15
Jessie Alabama
RMy kids (4 & 9 years) love the puppet shows here we've seen a few and it's always a good experience for them. They lived the build a puppet workshop too that is included in the ticket price. You have to buy the tickets ahead of time or they will most likely be sold out though. The museum is not rea....
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