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Writing, Building, and Performing a Puppet Play

Participants will work as a group to write a play, create puppets and props, rehearse, and perform for an audience. They will learn cost-effective techniques, applicable to a wide age range that they can teach directly to their students.

Participants can apply the skills they learn to almost any subject area. Eulenspiegel Puppet Theatre (with Teaching Artist Monica Leo) has used puppetry to teach Prairie history, Underground Railroad history, and the history of immigration into the Midwest. In each case, according to anecdotal evidence from collaborating teachers, students who participated in the projects retained the knowledge they gained much longer and more thoroughly than did students who simply read and/or heard the information.

Registration for this course will close on 7/25/18.

Instructors: Peggy Fitzgerald and Monica Leo
Session: 7558
7/30/18, 7/31/18, 8/1/18, 8/2/18: 8:30 - 6 pm
8/3/18 8:30 to 9 pm
Location: Owl Glass Puppetry Center, 319 N. Calhoun St., West Liberty

$255 for 3 Relicensure credits
$255 for audit/no credit
Additional materials fees may be needed payable to the instructor at class.

This course may be taken to renew a Substitute Authorization Certificate if taken for relicensure credit.

This course is not offered for Drake grad credit.


For more information, contact Betsy Justis at 1-563-344-6481, 1-800-947-2329 extension 6481, or email .

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