Goldilocks and the Three Random Mammals

Housemates Ninja-Monkey, Mousy and Raccoon decide to take a stroll while they wait for their lunch to cool down. While they’re gone, the delightfully oblivious Goldilocks invites herself in. She immediately gobbles up their porridge, leaves butt-prints in every chair and takes a little snooze in their beds. When the housemates return, they are pretty upset at the blockheaded intruder. Will a tasty peace offering save Goldilocks?

Performed 4-13-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteers: Rebecca Migdal and Chelsea Camp. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera by Nere Kapiteni.

The Three Bunny-Goats Gruff

Three Bunny-Goats want to get at the tasty grass across the bridge. However, they have to get past the extremely hungry Bridge Troll first. Each Bunny-Goat promises that he has a bigger and tastier brother coming along, but will their ruse fool the starving troll?

Performed 4-13-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteers: Rebecca Migdal and Chelsea Camp. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera by Nere Kapiteni.

Hansel and Gretel

A selfish couple come up with an awful plan to lose their children, Hansel and Gretel, in the woods. The starving and tired children find a cottage made of every scrumptious treat imaginable. The sweet old owner invites them in for delicious food and a place to sleep. But when their room turns out to be a locked cage, Hansel and Gretel are suddenly aware of her true intentions. With the unexpected appearance of a social worker, will the children finally be free of these mad mad grown-ups?

Performed 4-13-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteers: Rebecca Migdal and Chelsea Camp. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera by Nere Kapiteni.

The Tortoise and The Celebrity Hare

The race is on in this puppet adaptation of “The Tortoise and The Hare”. When Hare boasts that he’s the fastest in the land, Tortoise declares he can beat the arrogant hopper in a race. Hare accepts the challenge thinking he’s in for a sure-fire win, but his celebrity status may prove to be his downfall.

Performed 4-6-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteers: Rebecca Migdal and Chelsea Camp. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera by Nere Kapiteni.

The Two Little Pigs and Brother Mouse

Two pigs and their mouse brother celebrate the building of their respective houses with some delicious snacks. The good times don’t last long when a wily wolf comes around and blows down the pig brothers’ shoddily built homes. When they get to Mouse’s brick home, he comes up with a plan that will satisfy the wolf and keep the brothers from turning into a meal.

Performed 4-6-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteers: Rebecca Migdal and Chelsea Camp. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera by Nere Kapiteni.

Jack and the Magic Beanstalk Chef

Jack gets in big trouble when he trades in the family cow for magic beans instead of some much-need money. After Jack’s mother scolds him and tosses the beans out of the window, his best buddy Cindy comes by to cheer him up. Suddenly, the magic beans sprout into a massive beanstalk! The two brave friends climb up to find a massive castle and some food-savvy inhabitants.

Performed 4-6-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteers: Rebecca Migdal and Chelsea Camp. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera by Nere Kapiteni.

Frog’s Rubber Duckie Song

Froggy LOVES bubble baths, and especially loves to have them with his best bathtub buddy, Rubber Duckie. With help from the audience and his friend Froggo, Froggy sings a song about how much he adores his Rubber Duckie.

A frog-tastic rendition of the Sesame Street song “Rubber Duckie” composed by Jeff Moss.

Performed 4-6-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteers: Rebecca Migdal. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera by Nere Kapiteni.

 

Sleeping Beauty

A special Easter Day telling of “Sleeping Beauty”.

The King and Queen celebrate the birth of their beautiful daughter, Briar Rose, with a mega-huge party. When a mean-spirited, appetizer-gobbling witch crashes the party, she puts an awful spell on Briar Rose, dooming her to perish on her eighteenth birthday. A sweet fairy does her best to ensure that the lovely child won’t die, but will be put under a spell of deep sleep which can only be broken by the kiss of true love.

Performed 4-20-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteers: Rebecca Migdal. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera by Nere Kapiteni.

Little Red Riding Crown

The Red King finds himself in a casting mix-up in this adaptation of “Little Red Riding Hood”. Little Red Riding Crown gets lost on his way to grandma when he runs into a goofy Wolf who helps him out. Wolf figures this is his chance to get double the snacking and sneaks into grandma’s cottage to lay in wait. But things take a strange turn when grandma isn’t exactly what the Wolf expected.

Performed 4-20-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteers: Rebecca Migdal. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera by Nere Kapiteni.