Puppetworks, Inc.
Nicolas Coppola, Founder & Artistic Director       
338 Sixth Avenue  (at 4th Street)
Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY 11215



Now Playing in Brooklyn

The Reluctant Dragon
Kenneth Grahame's 1898 English Mystery

adapted for Marionettes by
Michael Leach
(suggested for ages 3 and up)

Saturdays & Sundays
April 22 - August 20
, 2017
@ 12:30 & 2:30 pm
(except *)
The Reluctant Dragon

The Reluctant Dragon,
protesting mistreatment of his species

Marionette by James Wojtal, Jr
Scenery by Kevin Frisch

Performances of GOLDILOCKS & THE 3 BEARS are suspended until August 12 & 13, due to Technical Difficulties.
Until then, THE RELUCTANT DRAGON will  be presented in its stead.

Goldilocks & the 3 Bears Goldilocks & the 3 Bears
Robert Southey's 1837 English Folk-Tale

adapted for Hand Puppets by Jack Kaplan

(suggested for ages 3 and up)

*Saturdays & Sundays (ONLY)
August 12 & 13, 26 & 27, 2017
@ 12:30 & 2:30 pm

the 3 Bears
discover Goldilocks asleep in their bed

Hand Puppets by Nicolas Coppola
Scenery by Kevin Frisch

Admission for a Child is $9, an Adult $10
Weekend Groups of 20 or more:
$8 per person
(we offer Group Discounts for Monday-Friday Group Shows
 Click here:
Group Shows for details.)


Reservations are suggested: 718-965-3391
(current day or advance reservations)

or e-mail us: puppetworks@twcmetrobiz.com
(NO same day e-mail reservations)
 Please tell us if you want the 12:30 or 2:30 performance
Puppetworks, Inc.
338 Sixth Avenue (at 4th Street)
Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY 11215

Recommended by Time Out  


Puppetworks Theatre

Puppetworks would like to acknowledge generous and deeply appreciated grants from:

Katti Wachs, Ramon Estevanell and
The Alvin and Fanny B. Thalheimer Foundation, Inc.

The Eleanor, Adam and Mel Dubin Foundation

Lynne Harlow and the Lily Auchincloss Foundation, Inc.

Alexa Suskin and the Robert & Mercedes Eichholz Foundation

PS 176 Brooklyn Penny Harvest
The Students of P.S. 176 Brooklyn's Penny Harvest collected pennies in the amount of $500, which they have donated to Puppetworks.  We are deeply appreciative and we proudly present the drawing (above) showing the 4 recipients of their donations (clockwise from top left: the Library, the NIA, Puppetworks, and the Japan Relief Fund).

Puppetworks, Inc.
Terry Alan Smith, General Manager
Michael Leach, Chief Puppeteer
Nicolas Negron, Puppeteer
Amber Williams, Puppeteer

James Wojtal, Jr., Puppet Builder
Antoinette Bissondath, Booking Secretary