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Hello friends and fans! We wanted to update everyone on our recent activity here at Sea Beast.
The Chicago Puppetry Guild Meeting:…Continue
Added by Sea Beast Puppet Company on December 21, 2011 at 1:45pm — No Comments
Wishful thinking of how some sort of variety show or something new of interest makes it on television. Saw this about what is claimed another "Sesame Street for Boomers" for so many years later in life. Could it include a new entertainment aspect to it? …
Added by Fred Einsle on December 14, 2011 at 10:41pm — No Comments
Ok - up to three puppets - and for the known future I am sticking with Folkmanis puppets - as I like them best and can obtain them at very low cost (send me a message if you want to know how- almost another sort of message board club type of survey and discussion thing that I can invite new people to join).
Puppet one - Scampster Collie - went through a few names including Moose - actually more accurately is a Sheltie--- also can be known as Angel in a female role, don't want to limit…Continue
Added by Fred Einsle on December 7, 2011 at 9:53pm — No Comments
The Chicago Guild has several Pelhams from the 1968 catalog which were recently donated for fund-raising purposes. All marionettes have their original multi-color coded strings, and most are in very fine condition.
Among these are Hansel & Gretel ($80pr), Red Riding Hood and furry friend BBW ($80pr/in their PP yellow boxes), a Pop Singer based on the Beatles (mod dress, guitar, guess who?) for $40 (with a PP box but not the right label), and a beautifully done green-faced Witch…Continue
Added by Tom Lang on December 5, 2011 at 7:27pm — No Comments