Spring 2014 Volume 65, No. 3
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
2 COVER STORY: Once in a Lifetime: The 1980 World Puppetry Festival, by Nancy Staub [EDITED JOURNAL ARTICLE WITH IMAGES]
COVER STORY: Once in a Lifetime: The 1980 World Puppetry Festival by Nancy Staub [FULL ARTICLE]
14 Night Transformations: Magic, Dreams, and Shadow Puppets at the Florence Griswold Museum, by L.A. Flammang
16 Polyfoam + Silicone= Exciting New Puppetmaking Possibilities (Part 1), by Tom McLaughlin
20 Cue the Lights! (Part 1), by Joe Emory
28 Green Mountain Puppet Playwright Retreat: On the Importance of Coffee and Whiskey, by Heidi Rugg
25 Announcement of the 2014 Arlyn Award, by Luman Coad
31 2014 Regional Festivals
11 Guild Connection, by Kurt Hunter
12 Reum with a View, by M’El Reum
13 Eureka, by Nancy Sander
19 A Bob’s Eye View, by Bob Nathanson
24 Scene East, by Steve Abrams
26 Scene Between, by Monica Leo
27 Scene West, by Beth Fernandez
30 Puppets in Education and Therapy, by Judith O’Hare
36 Time Machine, by Kat Pleviak
32 Remembering Doug Anderson, by Jock Anderson
33 Remembering Lewis and David (Lewis Mahlmann and David Jones), by Randal Metz, Richard Bradshaw and Kevin Menegus
Photos from the archives of the World Puppetry Festival, now in the Puppeteers of America archives.
Left side: Big Bird (Carroll Spinney, Sesame Street); Mathilde and Paul Dougnac; Paul Vincent Davis; Figurentheater Triangel.
Right side: Lampoon Puppettheatre; Jim Henson and German puppeteer, Peter Waschinsky; Japan Theatre Puk; Jim Henson and Kermit.
Center: Bread and Puppet Theatre.
Photographers: Richard Howard, Robert Judson, Tommy Noonan; some photographs provided by artist.