Locals sure to be goblin up tickets for marionette show
October 12, 2012 by Sarah
The ‘Hobnobbin’ Goblins Marionette Show’ will feature the mastery of Robert Rogers and will be set to music – not scary but spooky – featuring all the usual suspects that appear around Halloween. This show should be ideal for the whole family, although it is recommended for people who are over the age of four.
With such creatures as goblins, witches, skeletons, and many others that do spooky tricks after all the children are tucked neatly into bed on Halloween night, Robert Rogers Puppet Company is a premier touring theater and repertory company based in Castle Creek in New York. Founded in 1980, this internationally renowned theatre has presented a diverse array of creative and original plays that are geared and specialize in bring fun, as well as moral lessons, to young people. All of the stunning marionettes are handcrafted rod, hand, or string puppets and regularly perform in schools, at festivals, in museums, and within concert halls. This is shaping up to be a terrific, if terrifying, way to kick off the Halloween season.
Poster printing and flyer printing were probably used to notify the residents of the community about this fun family event. Admission is free and everyone is welcome to attend. It will take place on Sunday, October 21, from 2:30 pm to 3:15 pm at the Danbury Junior Library located at 170 Main Street, Second Floor, in Danbury, Connecticut. To reserve a seat, please visit the Danbury Library website or call 203-797-4528.