Drawbridge Puppet Productions
List of Performances
Every production in our repertoire has an original script which contains lots of humor and original songs by the puppeteers of the Drawbridge Puppet Theater.  Our complete productions are approximately 45 minutes in length, and conclude with a demonstration of 'Puppetry Arts", or a backstage tour. Therefore, the entire show lasts about one hour.
Here are your choices of shows...
Our Entire Repertoire

Carnival of the Animals

Aesop's Fables
Goldilocks & the Three Bears
The Frog Prince
The Three Billy Goats Gruff
The Three Little Pigs

Adventures of Perseus
Aladdin's Enchanted Lamp
The Chinese Nightingale
Hansel & Gretel
Jack & the Beanstalk
Little Red Riding Hood
Santa & the Christmas Trolls
Sleeping Beauty

Each Hand puppet show lasts approx. 15 minutes.  You may choose two hand puppet show titles or combine one with a shadow puppet show (see list above)
These shows are most appropriate for children ages 2+
This delightful version of the classic tale is written entirely in verse. Mother pig sends her three sons out to seek their own success.  However, two pigs build houses of straw and sticks and scoff at their older brother, who builds a brick house. But when the wolf comes around and blows their houses down, they scoff no more!  Humorous songs throughout as well.
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The beautiful classical music of
Camille St. Saans is played while
many different types of animals
are performed on a shadow screen.
The audience is encouraged to guess what animal they see, then a different type of puppet will appear; maybe a hand puppet tiger, or a marionette bird or perhaps a very big dinosaur!
Very interactive, fun and
educational show for all ages.

The Carnival of the Animals
Goldilocks & The Three Bears
The famous story which tells the tale of the little girl with golden hair who runs away
from doing her daily chores, and instead becomes lost in the woods only to discover a house which has plenty of porridge in three bowls, three chairs and  three beds.  But who do all these things belong to so far in the woods?  We'll find out together.
The Frog Prince
The selfish Princess Gwendolyn learns that not all things seem how they might look on the outside.  Meet her father, the wise King who teaches his daughter that she must learn many things to be a good and noble princess. One of those things is honesty. Will Gwendolyn learn these
lessons?  Or will she learn them
from a little green frog?
The Three Little Pigs