CURRENT VIRTUAL PRODUCTIONS
The History of Light
This enchanting show featuring an original musical score takes us on a trip through time and space to explore the world's many sources of light, both natural and man-made. We travel down into the depths of the ocean to witness bio luminescence at work, speak with Thomas Edison about his most famous invention, and soar through the starry skies to learn what an important resource light is for all of us and that it must be used responsibly. "The History of Light" has been performed at the Puppeteers of America National Puppetry Festival in Swarthmore, PA, the Seton Montessori School and premiered at the city of Batavia's Earth Day Event in 2013.
Premiered at the city of Batavia's Earth Day Celebration in April 2012.
Great show for all ages!
Another Man's Treasure
Best Day Ever
Billy Goats Gruff...Sort Of
Cranky Pants Theatre
“Cranky Pants Theatre” consists of 3-5 minute productions we have made just for you. These bite-sized puppet morsels were created to fit into their very own booths that accomodate 1-3 audience members at a time, however, now everyone can watch! Current offerings include "The Billy Goats Gruff...Sort Of", "Another Man's Treasure", and "God Speed Moon Cat". "Cranky Pants Theatre" is ideal for your next party, school fair, or community event and has been performed at The Beverly Branch Library, Art Mania at the University of Hawaii, and The Port City Puppet Festival 2010.
This show is infinitely customizable and can range from 30-90 minutes.
Featuring a wide variety of puppet styles all created by Sea Beast company members.
Hans My Hedgehog
Everyone is born a little bit different and no one knows that better than Hans. This retelling of the Brothers Grimm story “Hans My Hedgehog” follows the life of a little boy who is very different and chronicles his struggles, victories, and adventures. Told through the art of shadow puppetry, this enchanting fairy tale will capture your imagination and heart. "Hans My Hedgehog" has been performed at the Puppeteers of America Potlatch Festival 2011, and Illinois Storytelling Festival 2010, as well as the Niles Public Library, Children's Neuroblastoma Cancer Foundation, Mount Prospect Public Library and many others.
Performed at the 2011 Potlatch Puppet Festival in Angola, IN.
Featuring beautifully performed original bagpipe and flute music.