Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers perform at the Stonington Opera House April 23
STONINGTON – Opera Residence Arts is happy to welcome the Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers to the Stonington Opera Residence on Saturday, April 23 at 7 p.m. to conduct The Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow. This is a “Live! for $5” celebration. To invest in tickets, pay a visit to www.operahousearts.org. Are living performances are often no cost to Hancock County pupils in grades K-12. Proof of vaccination is necessary for patrons over 12. Now serving complete concessions, together with popcorn!
In this comedic edition of the common Washington Irving tale, university teacher Ichabod Crane assists the Headless Horseman locate a new head and a spookier graphic. Meanwhile, a jealous Brom Bones attempts to run Ichabod out of town as they both equally vie for the affection of Katrina Van Tassel. The Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow characteristics 20 hand-crafted, mouth and rod puppets, and some shadow puppetry. The duration of the demonstrate is roughly 50 minutes and is proposed for audiences ages 4 and up.
Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers is a puppetry troupe primarily based in Bar Harbor and is comprised of 3 siblings — brothers Erik and Brian Torbeck and sister Robin (Torbeck) Erlandsen. Founded in 2000, Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers has done at festivals, educational facilities, libraries and theatres in the United States and Canada. They produce and make all the demonstrates they perform and have obtained a few Citations of Excellence from UNIMA-United states, the greatest national award in puppetry. For far more info stop by frogtownpuppets.com.
Dwell! for $5 is an once-a-year sequence of are living performances, obtainable to all for a ticket value of only $5. The collection functions a extensive wide range of performances for intergenerational audiences and contributors. Stay for $5 is produced attainable by the generous aid of the W. F. Whitman Spouse and children Foundation, in honor of Maia Aprahamian, with extra assistance from the Margaret E. Burnham Charitable Have confidence in.
Opera Property Arts, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, was launched in 1999 to restore the 1912 Stonington Opera House, on the Nationwide Sign-up of Historic Sites, to its primary purpose as a performance venue and a local community collecting room. We provide a 12 months-spherical program of expert theater, new music, movie, dance, academic applications, community functions, and more. Performances consider area in many venues, like the Stonington Opera Dwelling, the restored Burnt Cove Church Community Middle, and at website-precise spots throughout Deer Isle and Stonington. Opera Residence Arts’ plans serve all of Hancock County’s wintertime and summertime people and site visitors, with a specific emphasis on the inhabitants of Deer Isle and the Blue Hill Peninsula.
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