Puppeteers of America Southeast Region Survey
Greetings from the Puppeteers of America Southeast Regional Director!
While I wasn’t able to attend the Puppet Paradise regional festival this year, I hear that those who did had a good time and got to experience a wide variety of shows and workshops. I’d like to extend my thanks to Keith Shubert and his crew for pulling it all together.
While the festival may be over, it’s not time to rest on our laurels – the year 2020 will be here before we know it. There’s a lot to be done before then at the regional level, and the regional leadership can’t do it all by ourselves. I really want your feedback on how you perceive the southeast region, what you would like it to do for you, and especially how you would like to see festivals evolve as we continue to move forward in the 21st century.
The Southeast Region survey is now closed, but we had nearly fifty responses. Thank you to everyone who took the time to respond!
Puppeteers of America Southeast Regional Director
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Southeast Regional Festival Announced
Puppet Paradise in Asheville, North Carolina: June 28 – July 1, 2018
Upcoming World Day of Puppetry Celebrations
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
- Month-long puppet exhibit: March 3rd – 31st
- Puppet Slam: March 10 @ 7 PM
- Hand Made Puppet Dreams film viewing: March 14 @ 7 PM
- Family Puppet Day: March 24 2 PM – 5 PM.
- Full schedule and all the details
Celebration at the Center for Puppetry Arts on Saturday, March 24th – Activities from Noon to 4 PM, with “Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat” playing on the main stage at 11 AM and 1 PM (tickets required for the main stage shows and the Center’s museum).
Charleston, South Carolina
Charleston Day of Puppetry presented by the Charleston Guild of Pupppeteers – Details Forthcoming
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