Puppetry, Behind the Stage
“It is an ancient expression, yet it is as new as today!” Join us on Saturday, April 25, 2015 as Bart Roccoberton and his University of Connecticut graduate students reveal “Puppetry, Behind the Stage”. The program will be presented from 1:00 – 3:00 pm in the Friends Room, Welles-Turner Memorial Library, 2407 Main Street in Glastonbury.
A family fun event for all ages – children, teens, and adults. Go behind the stage to see how the art of puppetry happens, building characters, and bringing them to life. Bart Roccoberton, Jr. is the Director of the Puppet Arts Program and Associate Professor of Dramatic Arts in Puppetry at the University of Connecticut.
He has created and performed characters for television programs, New York theatre productions, and special commissions. As Founder & Director of The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center Institute of Professional Puppetry Arts, he became recognized, internationally, as a leading advocate for the Puppet Arts.
For more than 15 years he has toured popular puppet performances to schools, libraries, colleges, theatres, and museums from Washington, DC, to Montreal, with his own troupe, The Pandemonium Puppet Co., and with students from the University of Connecticut, and The Institute of Professional Puppetry Arts. Professor Roccoberton holds a B.A. in Speech & Theatre from Montclair State College and M.F.A in Puppet Arts from the University of Connecticut.
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