In this large scale blacklight production Goldilocks the Mermaid decides to seek adventure at the bottom of the ocean but she can’t seem to stay out of trouble. Wacky clams, silly seahorses and a host of other sea creatures all try helping but Goldilocks just doesn’t listen. The real trouble begins when Goldilocks explores a sunken ship that just happens to be the home of three sharks. Will Goldilocks escape? Will she find adventure? Find out in Goldilocks and the Three Sharks.
An updated zany version of a classic tale. The boy is bored watching his lamb and decides to make things more exciting by turning on his dad’s wolf alarm, the “Wolf Alert 3000.” Tricking his dad is all fun and games until a real wolf shows up. Will the audience help the boy escape from the wolf? Find out in “The Boy Who Cried Wolf.”
The classic tale, told Puppet Art Theater style. Cinderella wants to attend the ball and dance the night away. Unfortunately her step mother and awful step sisters conspire against Cinderella and is it up to her Fairy Godmother to get her to the Ball. Will Cinderella get to dance the night away? Will the Price find the foot that fits the glass slipper? Find out in Cinderella!
A nutty version of the classic fairy tale done Puppet Art Theater style. Little Red and her dog Fifi are taking pepperoni pizza to Grandma’s when they run into the wolf. Wolf loves pizza and plots to get Red’s. Join Little Red, Fifi and Grandma as they try to keep the wolf from eating them and their pepperoni pizza.
Tommy’s back and he and his dog Fifi are enjoying living on Alligator Island, at least until the pirates show up. Pirate’s X’s and mixed up treasure land Tommy and his dog in big trouble with Barnacle Billy and the evil Captain Rigatoni. Confusion and mayhem lead to fun as Tommy ends up playing pirates for real in “Tommy’s Pirate Adventure.”