Shows

Our shows are ideal for preschool and school assemblies, library reading programs, museum events, summer schools, community gatherings, parties, and similar events. Some are best for small audiences and enjoyed by children aged 3 and up, while others are well-suited for lager audiences of older children and families. Our audiences have the opportunity to chat with the artists and meet the puppets for 10–15 minutes after the show’s end.

 

If you wish to schedule an in-person event, we will discuss, finalize, and implement COVID-19 safety protocols for the audience, staff, and performers.

Alice, or the Red King's Dream

Enter into the world of fantasy and make-believe and follow little Alice along the quest for her lost kitten and self-discovery through the puzzles and encounters with a bunch of pretty strange characters. Best for 5 years old and older 

Jack and the Beanstalk

A joyous, original adaptation of the classic tale about poor Jack who went to sell his cow and came home with three magic beans. Recommended audience age: 3 - 10 years old and up

Rumpelstilskin

A cheerful rendering of a well known fairy tale about a girl who became queen and a strange gnome. Audience age: 4 – 10 years old and older

Three Little Pigs

A short favorite of parties and small family gatherings. Audience age: 3 – 8 years old

Possible Funding Source: Massachusetts Cultural Council – If we schedule a show with you well in advance, we can apply for a grant partially funding the presentation. 

Fee support for Dream Tale Puppets may be also available to nonprofit organizations through the New England States Touring (NEST) program of the New England Foundation for the Arts.