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Puppetry of Paper Workshop
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5 Laycock Street
Wyoming NSW 2250

Scrunch, rip, twist, tear!

How many things can you do with a piece of paper? This workshop is based on Bunraku-style puppetry, a traditional Japanese form of theatre which involves multiple puppeteers working closely together to operate one puppet. Workshop participants will start by making a unique puppet out of paper. They will then learn techniques for bringing their puppet to life, either as individuals or as a team. Each group will work on short performances which are presented to the group. Participants will leave the workshop with a range of performance skills, which can be applied to any kind of puppetry.

Little Wing Puppets have facilitated workshops with thousands of young people in every state and territory of Australia, as well as overseas. They believe that young people deserve access to the arts, wherever they live. They’re passionate about passing on their skills so that children can learn to create their own worlds through puppetry.

Duration: 60 mins

Maximum 20 participants (note: this does not include adults)

Recommended ages 3 years and up.* Parents and carers are encouraged to participate. Children ages 6 years and under need to be accompanied by an adult. 

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