From tongue-in-cheek humor to outright laugh-out-loud hijinks, this book teaches and tells the real story—from a puppet’s point of view.
Author: Amy White
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Dressing the Naked Hand is for anyone interested in the art of puppetry. Teachers, amateurs, and even professionals will find new ideas and inspiration in the designs created by this trio of puppet enthusiasts. Includes trade secrets, tips, and how-to’s on puppetry unlike anything that has been published before. Puppets aren't just for looking at; they are for doing, and as we found out, they have a mind of their own. This one-of-a-kind how-to is not only an invaluable resource for the puppet artist, but a joy to read. From tongue-in-cheek humor to outright laugh-out-loud hijinks, this book teaches and tells the real story—from a puppet’s point of view. And, while the full-color and detailed how-to and finished puppet illustrations give you most of what you need, if you choose to read the text, well . . . it’s worth your time.
Let your creativity flow with this funny yet simple notebook, which can be used for anything from a journal to a diary, or even as a tracker for food and exercise.
Author: Ss Custom Designs
Publisher: Independently Published
Let your creativity flow with this funny yet simple notebook, which can be used for anything from a journal to a diary, or even as a tracker for food and exercise. It features a unique design and is the perfect size to travel with, so there is no need to be without it when inspiration strikes. Details include: . 6x9 inches 120 pages Blank Lined Journal Matte-finish paperback cover White paper This notebook is perfect for any men, women, girls, or boys of all ages that love writing or journaling and would make a great idea for Christmas, birthday, graduation, or back to school gifts. Perfect notebook for taking notes in school, keeping track of your favorite recipes, or writing down your thoughts at the end of the day. If you are looking for a holiday gift to show your appreciation for someone you care about and want to let them know you are grateful to have them in your life, this journal notebook is a perfect choice.
In Puppetry: A World History, Eileen Blumenthal provides a comprehensive overview of the history and technique of puppetry and examines in depth and detail the unique nature and abilities of puppets and the countless roles they have played ...
Author: Eileen Blumenthal
Category: Puppet theater
Puppets have existed in one form or another in almost every culture throughout the history of man. In Puppetry: A World History, Eileen Blumenthal provides a comprehensive overview of the history and technique of puppetry and examines in depth and detail the unique nature and abilities of puppets and the countless roles they have played in human societies across the globe for thousands of years. Blumenthal draws examples from an astonishing array of puppeteers and performances, as well as works of art and historical artifacts to provide readers with a comprehensive view of the world of constructed actors and the eclectic, and often eccentric, artists who created them. From bunraku to Miss Piggy, from the shadow puppets of Java to Howdy Doody, from African marionettes with outsize genitalia to sweet and loveable Lamb Chop, from Senor Wences's famous hand (literally) puppet to the minimalism of Russian puppet master Sergei Obraztsov.
( Order # : 064-9012 ) $ 49.00 Jim Henson Presents the World of Puppetry No. 3 :
Albrecht ... Hailed as one of the world's greatest puppeteers , Sergei Obraztsov
has headed the Moscow State Central Puppet Theatre for the past fifty years .
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. significance - actually a series of ... Antipuppets on the television , he was hailed
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The Book Also Contains For The First Time In Any Book On Puppetry -- Four Important Appendices: Museums In India Containing Puppets, Directory Of Indian Puppeteers, Global Bibliography On Puppets And A Relevant Glossary.
Author: Sampa Ghosh
Publisher: Abhinav Publications
Category: Puppet making
Puppetry Originated In India And Travelled Across The Seven Seas To The Eastern And Western World As Vouched By Many Scholars. Puppets Dated Back To A Period Well Before Bharata S Natya Shastra And Have Continued Unabated Throughout The Centuries In Almost All Indian States. Puppetry Is One Enduring Form, Which Has Entertained Masses And Educated People. The Famous Puppeteers Of Rajasthan Are Really Acrobats, Who Only Put On Puppet Shows When They Move Out Of Villages. These And A Thousand Other Scintillating Facts Come Out Of This Exciting Book For The Reader S Entertainment And Elucidation. Puppets Are By No Means For Only Children, -- As The Puppeteers Of Orissa Sing And Dance About The Romantic Love Of Radha And Krishna, And Keralan Puppets Narrate Kathakali Stories In The Same Make-Up And Costumes.The Book Aims At Giving A Connected Account Of The Indian Puppets: Their Variety, Their Multiple Functions, Their Craft, Their Animation And Their Connections With Other Related Arts In Five Separate Parts. The Book Also Contains For The First Time In Any Book On Puppetry -- Four Important Appendices: Museums In India Containing Puppets, Directory Of Indian Puppeteers, Global Bibliography On Puppets And A Relevant Glossary. The World Of Indian Puppets Is Seen In Vivid Colours With Scores Of Coloured Photographs And Many Line-Drawings And Half-Tone Pictures --- In Their Many-Sided Splendour: Variety Of The Glove, Rod, String, Shadow, And Human Puppets And A Myriad Background Stories Of The Puppet-Masters And Their Imaginative Landscape Of Free Creativity.
Primitive puppets were a link between the human and the spirit worlds. When the
gods fell out of favor, the ... Peter D. Ar- nott's marionettes evoke the essence of great theatre periods of the past. Bil Baird's marionettes simulate the moon walk ...
Author: George Latshaw
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
An expert conducts readers through every stage of the puppeteer's art, including how to construct several types of puppets, developing distinctive voices for characters, and translating human body language into puppet movement. Other chapters focus on designing stages, writing and adapting plays, directing productions, and performance-related tips. Over 150 black-and-white illustrations.
Hailed as one of the world's greatest puppeteers , Sergei Obraztsov has headed
the Moscow State Central Puppet Theatre for the past fifty years . He is renowned
for his large - ensemble work . Public Media , Inc. ( Films , Inc. ) . VHS . ( Order # ...
Kukla , Fran & Ollie One of the delights of buying a teleMost television fans like
the puppets full play or I felt uneasy at ... the struggle I began to realize then that
Kukla was One of the greatest puppeteers in the for the world . controlling my life .
You may want the cake inscribed with : THE CODE WORLD'S GREATEST PUPPETEERS This meaningful statement reinforces how truly special each
puppeteer's performance was ! CHAPTER THREE Wu In this chapter , three
types of 22.
Author: Nancy M. Laughlin
Publisher: Good Year Books
Educational resource for teachers, parents and kids!
PUPPET - PURCELL 17 In Czechoslovakia puppeteers have done much
PURAŅA , poo - rä ' nə , a popular text on ... and the Muppets , who became sity
in 1933 and a doctoral degree in physics from the most famous puppets in the world .
I knew why the puppets had been so realistic. I knew why ... Perhaps that is their
desire, for their power over my actions is growing greater every day. ... do know is
that as long as I live I am the world's greatest puppeteer – but at what cost!
Author: Fritz Leiber
Publisher: Hachette UK
Fresh from its original appearance in a limited edition from small press Midnight House, this collection follows the acclaimed title, THE BLACK GONDOLIER AND OTHER STORIES and is also edited by John Pelan and Steve Savile. SMOKE GHOST & OTHER APPARITIONS is a new collection of stories by Fritz Leiber. Assembled here is a selection of Mr. Leiber's best horrific tales, many of which are previously uncollected and have been virtually unobtainable for decades. During his more than fifty years of writing, Leiber was an acknowledged master of the weird tale and the stories in this collection include works originally published in the magazines from the 1940's onward, including such venues as 'Unknown,' 'Thrilling Mystery,' 'Startling Stories' and 'Fantasy' and also works published over the decades in such places as 'Rogue,' 'The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction,' 'Mike Shayne's Mystery Magazine' and the acclaimed horror specialty magazine 'Whispers 13-14.' Besides "Smoke Ghost" (1941), the stories include "Cry Witch!" (1951), "I'm Looking for Jeff" (1952), "Ms. Found in a Maelstrom" (1959), "The Button Molder" (1979), "Dark Wings" (1976) and (Original to this volume) "The Enormous Bedroom" (2001).
Author: Estate Project for Artists with AIDS.Publish On: 2001
It was with puppets that Robby began, and with puppets that he ended. That he
became in the last decade of his brief life the greatest puppeteer the world has
ever known is not contested by those who saw his work of the late seventies and
Author: Estate Project for Artists with AIDS.
When an artist dies we face two great losses: the person and the work he did not live to do. Loss within Loss is a moving collaboration by some of America's most eloquent writers, who supply wry, raging, sorrowful, and buoyant accounts of artist friends and lovers struck down by AIDS. These essayists include Maya Angelou, Alan Gurganus, Brad Gooch, John Berendt, Craig Lucas, Robert Rosenblum, and eighteen others. Many of the subjects of the essays were already prominent—James Merrill, Paul Monette, David Wojnarowicz—but many others died young, before they were able to fulfil the promise of their lives and art. Loss within Loss spans all of the arts and includes portraits of choreographers, painters, poets, actors, playwrights, sculptors, editors, composers, and architects. This landmark book is published in association with the Estate Project for Artists with AIDS, a national organization that preserves art works created by artists living with HIV or lost to AIDS. Loss within Loss stands as a powerful reminder of the devastating impact of the AIDS epidemic on the arts community and as the first real survey of that devastation. Though these accounts are often intensely sad, Loss within Loss is an invigorating, sometimes even exuberant, testimony to the sheer joy of being an artist . . . and being alive.
Jim recognized that puppetry can be a universal language transcending national
borders. Through his work and extensive travels, he met some of the world's greatest puppeteers, many unknown outside their countries, and he was eager to
Author: Karen Falk
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Category: Performing Arts
Jim Henson's iconic puppet characters, fantastic worlds, and warm humor have delighted millions of people of all ages. His incredibly diverse body of work, from the Muppets to the world of The Dark Crystal, reveals his charm and genius to fans old and new. Compiled directly from The Jim Henson Company archives, Imagination Illustrated adapts the diary that Jim faithfully kept throughout his career, supplementing it with a trove of little-seen visual material, including rare sketches, personal and production photographs, storyboards, doodles, and much more. Throughout, archivist Karen Falk delves into the behind-the-scenes details of Henson's life and artistic process. Sure to delight anyone who has enjoyed Henson's creations—seeing early drawings of Kermit and Rowlf is like smiling over childhood photos of dear friends—this lovely book celebrates Jim's life and his magic.
Author: Doreen Alexander ChildPublish On: 2010-07-01
Instead, his idea is to make his talent known to the world and present John
Malkovich as the world's most complicated puppet. Craig himself would be famous, as the only puppeteer man enough to work the strings. The Great Mantini
would just ...
Author: Doreen Alexander Child
Category: Social Science
This revealing study looks at the influences and creative impulses that shape one of today's most progressive, thoughtful filmmakers. • Includes more than 20 original interviews with Charlie Kaufman's producers, cinematographers, editors, actors, and film crews • Provides a gallery of photographs from Kaufman's movies
In the audience were perhaps fifteen to twenty people ( bunraku has recovered a
faithful audience only in recent years ) while on stage was the famous puppeteer
Yoshida Bungorô . At the time he was ninetythree years - old , quite feeble , and ...
Author: Benito Ortolani
Publisher: Martin E Segal Theatre Center
Proceedings of a two-day symposium held on October 21 and 22, 1998, at the Graduate School and University Center, CUNY.
In 1984 , I attended another Puppet Theatre Festival in Bielsko - Biala ( Poland ) .
There I witnessed performances by famous puppeteers from all parts of the world
. I would mention particularly the feats of Jerzy Zitzman and Roman Paska .
Bil Baird , one of the world ' s greatest puppeteers , was given this assignment . ...
He made his own puppets , and his wife designed their clothing , so the studio
looked like a weird combination of machine shop and dressmaking
Author: Shamus Culhane
Publisher: Da Capo Press
Category: Performing Arts
Shamus Culhane (1908–1996) enchanted several generations of animation lovers with his characters Pluto, Pinocchio, Woody Woodpecker, Betty Boop, and Popeye, as well as with his famous "Heigh-ho" sequence in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. He started as an errand boy at age fifteen at the Bray studio but went on to become president of his own company and later head of the animation studio at Paramount. Talking Animals and Other People is both a memoir of Culhane's life and career and a history of the art, taking readers from the earliest days of animation, the creation of the flipbook, and the first animated motion picture to the "assembly-line" Saturday morning TV cartoons and recent advances in computer animation. Culhane gives an unsparing insider's view of the industry: from harsh labor relations and brutal internal politics to comical anecdotes and frank portraits of animation giants. Filled with over 150 photographs and illustrations, Talking Animals also includes detailed descriptions of the craft, technique, and processes of cartoon-making. Entertaining and informative, this book brings to animated life the everyday world of this beloved art form and the man who helped build it.
The center houses the museum of theatrical puppets, a library on the theme, manuscript and pedagogical departments, and one of the worlds largest collection of theatrical puppets (about 3000 from 50 countries).
Author: Sergei Obraztsov
Publisher: The Minerva Group, Inc.
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A profile of the authors life as a famous Soviet puppeteer and puppet theatre director. He describes childhood impressions, writes of earlier professions as artist and actor, and finally about his personal experiences with puppetry which helped him achieve mastery of his craft.Born in Moscow in 1901, he describes every step he took to his profession, how he worked on individual productions, and an account of all of his productions. In the 1920s Sergei Obraztsov founded the State Central Puppet Theatre in Moscow --- the biggest in Russia, an educational center of professional and amateurs theatre groups. The center houses the museum of theatrical puppets, a library on the theme, manuscript and pedagogical departments, and one of the worlds largest collection of theatrical puppets (about 3000 from 50 countries). Now over 50 years old, The Sergei Obraztsov Central Puppet Show has entertained tens-of-thousands of fans in 50 different countries, with a witty program that parodies slipshod variety performances.
Bil Baird has small world on a string om a Bil Baird , the master of marionettes ,
holds Charlemagne , one of the puppets of his world - famous troupe . It was
there that Baird saw a performance of the marionette troupe of the great Tony