"Finding Your Puppet's Character"

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"Finding Your Puppet's Character" says
***This session has been postponed until Sept 2015***

Learn the basics of characterization and see what a big impact they have on your puppet!


COST: $45 pre-reg/$55 day-of

You know how to make your puppet talk, but what does she sound like?
You can make him move, but where is he going? And how does he get there?

In this fun, intermediate puppeteering class, you'll learn the basics of characterization - voice, physicality and emotion - and how to apply them to your puppet. You'll get tons of tips for making character choices and see what a big impact they can have on your puppet's performance.

Class recommended for ages 15 and up.
Please dress comfortably and be ready to move.

Beginning Puppetry class or equivalent puppet experience required. http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1433799

Class size limited to 8. Minimum enrollment: 3 students.

- Do I have to bring my own puppet?
No. There will be plenty o' puppets provided to play with. However, if you have your own arm and rod puppet friend, you are absolutely welcome to bring them to class with you. Also, if you took the Beginning Class and have your practice puppet handy, bring it along!

- Will we be building puppets in this class?
No. Nonononono. That takes waaay longer than 2 hours.

- Do I have to be good at funny voices?
Full disclosure: We will be getting into voices in this class. Some of them might be funny. However, I'll help you along, to make it as non-scary as possible. And you don't have to be good at it when you walk in.

***About your teacher: ***
"Rachel is a skilled professional who is also a fun and creative instructor." - Beth Peterson, Everett Community College

Rachel Jackson's Vox Fabuli Puppets specializes in twisting the familiar into dark and humorous shapes. Rachel has been puppeteering on various Seattle stages since 2008, where her work has been called "mad and masterful" by The Seattle Times. The mind behind the hit "MANOS The Hands of Felt", she more recently brought her talented hands to "Stories for Bad Children: Chapter 2" and "Whedonesque Burlesque".
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