Come and explore the commercial work of The Olde World Puppet Theatre,
with films, articles, and pictures of such projects as the children's video Wee Sing Under the Sea, the Barq's Root Beer Dog, and the creation
of characters for Orlando Disneyworld's live stage production of TheHunchback of Notre Dame.
Do you want to know more about the incredible fascinating world of
puppets? You can explorethe history of the different kinds of puppets
and visit a studio workshop area that shows how we build them.
If you want to build some puppets of your own, visit our Stuff For Kids
Area for some great downloads to work on at home. You can even build
puppets from our brand new movie, Witch Key.
Thanks for visiting. We hope you enjoyed
your visit here at the museum.
Our website is always changing,
so come back and visit us soon.
Steve & Marty
Can you really make an exciting new fantasy filmusing old fashioned
marionettes as the actors? Of course you can if you're the Olde World
Puppet Theatre Studios, and you happen to be filming the Tales of
Belvuria. Four years in the making, come see Witch Key, a Prince's
Adventure, our exciting first film on DVD. You can also find out more
about our first book, The Enchanted Ring, a Princess's Adventure,
a girl-power story with Pixies, Faeries and a Unicorn.
Click on the picture to enter the North Wing
Click on the picture to enter the East Wing
Who hasn't wanted to journey down the yellow brick road of the
Wizard of OZ. In 2003 the Olde World Puppet Theatre did just that,
with lifesize body puppets set to Meco's disco rock opera score.
And we have plans to visit OZ once again. There are new plans afoot
to revisit this unique story for the stage, setting the entire production
way down in New Orleans during Mardi Gras. New music, new
puppets and an entirely new approach are being planned.
Click on the picture to enter the South Wing
Click on the picture to enter the West Wing
NEW!!! Now you can visit Ping Pong's Pint Size Puppet Museum in Portland, Oregon.
Come experience the world of puppetry
and movie magic in person. Click on the picture below for details.
Oregon's First Puppet Museum
Open: Thurs - Sun 2-8 pm (The museum is now open with our new holiday
exhibit, "Nuts About Nutcrackers")
To view our Show
Ping Pong's Pint Size
Puppet Museum, Click Here