The Two Little Pigs and A Pig-Monkey

Pig-Monkey and his pig brothers are excited to have their own homes. When a very loud wolf with super-powered lungs blows down the pigs’ stick and brick houses, the run to Pig-Monkey’s Banana house to warn him of the danger. Pig-Monkey isn’t frightened and decides to confront the the wolf in an unexpected way.

Performed 5-4-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteer: Chelsea Camp. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera by Nere Kapiteni.

Town Mouse and Country Duck

Country Duck is having a swell time showing his buddy Town Mouse around the countryside. Town Mouse decides to invite Country Duck back to the city to enjoy all its wonders. Though Country Duck has a great time in the city, he pines after his country home and jumps on the next train out of town. But suddenly Country Duck finds himself missing his best friend.

Performed 5-4-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteer: Chelsea Camp. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera by Nere Kapiteni.

The Little Cupcake Fairy

An aging couple create a lovely little Cupcake Fairy and leave her on the windowsill to cool. Big mistake! Knowing that she is destined to be a meal, Cupcake Fairy dashes away as fast as she can. Unfortunately, a number of animals she runs into think she would make a delicious treat. Will Cupcake Fairy have to run forever, or will someone see her as more than just a scrumptious pastry? A puppet adaptation of “The Gingerbread Man”.

Performed 5-3-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteer: Chelsea Camp. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera by Nere Kapiteni.

The Little Yellow Duck

Ducky is trying to grow an organic vegetable garden, but thinks it will be wonderful to do it with his farm animal buddies. However, his friends are more interested in a TV show marathon instead. Though Ducky is sad, he’s quite happy that a friendly store owner is willing to give him some help.

Performed 5-3-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteer: Chelsea Camp. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera by Nere Kapiteni.

Snow White

Snow White enjoys a happy and care-free life until her father introduces her new stepmother. After the new queen’s magic mirror deems Snow White the fairest in the land, she demands her huntsman do away with the innocent child. The gentle huntsman sets Snow White free in the woods where she meets some friendly dwarfs who take her in. Snow White’s days of happiness with her new family are short-lived when the evil queen learns that she’s still alive. Despite the dire situation, the brave dwarfs stay by Snow White’s side.

Performed 4-26-14 at Bank Street Bookstore. Puppeteers: Rebecca Migdal and Chelsea Camp. Accompanist: Andy Laties. Camera by Nere Kapiteni.