You´re welcome for sure.
I really like your last quote in your profile:
"To me, Puppets want to move. They want to tell their stories, show their talents, express feelings. It is the task of the puppeteer to find those things in each of their characters that brings them to life. It's not just what a puppet can do. It's what you make the audience think they can do. It's that spark of life that we give to a puppet that captures some ones imagination if only for a moment that is the art we create. We use puppets to bring the beauty of Dreams, Fears, Loves, Sadness and Hopes into the forefront of the imagination of the audience.
Joey Emory "
I would love to visit with you when you are in the area. Please be sure to keep me posted. I just figured out how to send alerts from here, so I'll now be aware when things are happening on Puppet Hub!
Is Fred still alive? Is he okay? last time I saw him was about 13 years ago when they happened to be performing at the county fair where I live now in Virginia. I do have some pictures.. but sadly not many. Just too busy having a grand ol' time performing 8 times a day ;-) I may hve a news paper article when the Dallas times did a write up on the commerce street studio. We shall see. I still keep in touch with Mark Wetzel..may
Happy Birthday Joe!
I guess everyone at Pokagon will be lined up to give you spankings this weekend.
This will be fun to watch, hope you have some ribs left when we are done. LOL
Have a great one buddy!