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Support Oregon's First and Only Puppet
The Portland Puppet Museum is located at:
906 SE Umatilla St, Portland, OR 97202
Open Thursday - Sunday
2:00 - 8:00 pm with FREE
March 14 & 15 we will be
presenting "StellaLuna" by
Emily Alexander's Pegasus
(We're at the corner of 9th & Umatilla in
the Sellwood district,Two blocks south of
Tacoma Street - which goes over the
Trimet Bus 70 comes closest to the museum
(Three long blocks away) If, due to the current
health (virus) problem, we are unable to present
this performance, please check here or at our
Facebook page: Portland Puppet Museum.
##### Please note, our ticket ordering page says "Tickets will be mailed",
but that's incorrect - It MEANS that they will be E-Mailed both to YOU and
to ME. That's how I know you're coming. So, order tickets with confidence
knowing that all will be well.
Portland Puppet Museum Live
During the Winter months the shows
are performed inside the museum (warm
& dry) but we are limited to an
audience of 30 for most events. In the
Summer we move outdoors to our
beautiful backyard outdoor garden
theater which seats 70. Due to our
limited seating,the shows often sell
out. You best bet to be guaranteed a
seat and to take advantage of
discounts is to buy your tickets ahead
of time on line at:
"Puppets of Portland", our latest exhibit
featuring local Puppeteers, Film Makers, and
Fabrication Puppet Artists as well as some of
the work of gone by Puppet Companies that have
enriched the lives of so many who live in and
visit Oregon. CLICK HERE TO SEE PICTURES.
The Portland Puppet Museum is delighted to
continue its Tiny Tot Puppet Theater for
Preschoolers with a delightful production by
Emily Alexander's Pegasus Puppets as she
Saturday March 14th and
Sunday March 15th from 10:30
to 11:15 am.
$10 at the door OR $9.00 online in advance.
Based on the beloved book by Janell Cannon,
Emily's rendition of this charming story is full of
excitement, adventure, and laughter.
Come along as our adorable fruit bat friend,
Stellaluna, learns just what it takes to be a bird,
a bat, and a friend.
The story embraces the differences that make us
"The Tortoise and the
One Performance only!
Saturday April 11th from
This hilarious fractured rendition of the
well-known folktale will get your hands
clapping and your toes tapping!
Music lovers, this show is for you! Set in the
1940’s, the soundtrack features songs from
such artists as Cab Calloway, Al Bowlly, The
Delta Rhythm Boys, and the Four Vagabonds.
The set is designed to resemble a large
1940's radio, and is overflowing with baby
Get ready for a swinging
good time and BIG LAUGHS!