Cache Cache Puppet Walk
By Puzzle Theatre
It is a playful journey in the forest where the artists and the public while walking together discover and give life to unique, funny or mystical fairground creatures hidden among trees and rocks in the park. It is a unique puppet walk where kids and grown ups, using their imagination and creativity, could find behind every twig a knight, behind every leaf a butterfly, behind every branch a dragon…
Since 2015 Puzzle Théâtre, in collaboration with FIAMS (International Puppet Festival in Saguenay), has been working on an extraordinary project which became the favorite activity of the Festival audience : Cache-cache marionnettes. Created from dead wood found in the forest, the puppets surprise and entertain us with their little funny stories.
This particular hiking in the nature ends with a short workshop where each kid is invited to make a wooden creature that he can bring home.
A fun and unusual pathway for the whole family.
Run time: 60mins
Friday August 5
Saturday August 6
Sunday August 7
Walk begins at Gallery Stratford!
54 Romeo St S, Stratford, ON N5A 4S9
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The base pod price is $30. If you wish to donate further, a tax receipt will be issued.
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Covid Safety Tips!
At this time, SpringWorks will not be distancing patron pods. Masks and proof of vaccination will be required for indoor programming only.
This venue is an outdoor venue, which means that masks are not required… Please bring a mask if it makes you and your pod feel more comfortable!
SpringWorks will continue to monitor government and Public Health guidelines and implement any necessary changes to ensure the safety of all involved. We are also following the lead of Arts Industry partners like the Shaw and Stratford Festivals who are surveying patrons for their comfort levels on a regular basis.
Csaba Raduly Creator/Actor
After finishing his studies in Drama at the University Babes-Bolyai in Kolozsvár, he worked for the Hungarian repertoire theatre in Székelyudvarhely where he played many leading roles. In 2006, he settled in Montreal where he joined the Puzzle Theatre and embarked on a new artistic approach – creative theatre
Pavla Mano Artistic Director/Creator
Holder, since 1996, of a Masters in Staging for the puppet theatre from Sofia National Theatre and Cinema School, Pavla is a director, puppet and set designer, as well as a puppeteer. She also leads puppet making and theatre workshops.