Witch Key Cover
Link to the East Wing
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Commercial Work of the OWPT
Olde World Puppet Theatre History
Link to the South Wing
Link to the West Wing
North Wing
Museum East Wing
Witch Key, the DVD
Museum West Wing
Projects for Kids
South Wing
Welcome to The On-Line Portland Puppet Museum

Due to Oregon-Mandated restrictions in place, we are currently closed to in-person visits. We are working to place some of the exhibit on-line via the internet so you can experience it.
We'd sure love to hear from you.
You can write us at:
or call (503) 233-7723

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 characte"rs for Orlando Disneyworld's live stage production of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame".

Do you want to know more about the incredible fascinating world of puppets? You can explore the 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 movie,
"Witch Key".
Thanks for visiting. We hope you enjoyed your visit here at the museum. Our cyber museum is always changing, so come back and visit us soon.
Steve & Marty
Can you really make an exciting new fantasy film using 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" our exciting first film on DVD. You can also find out more about our first book, "The Enchanted Ring", a girl-power story with Pixies, Faeries and a really cool Unicorn.
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the North Wing
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Who hasn't wanted to journey down the yellow brick road of theWizard 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.
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If you are lucky enough to be in or live in Portland, Oregon, normally you can visit our Portland Puppet Museum at 906 SE Umatilla Street, Portland, Oregon 97202 Thursday to Sunday from 2-8 pm. Phone: (503) 233-7723.
But Due to Oregon-Mandated restrictions in place, we are currently closed to in-person visits. We are working to place some of the exhibit on-line here so you can experience them.
Our long-awaited exhibit "Puppets of Portland" is now on hold and will be reopened as soon as the state allows us to open back up.
Check back here often to learn of our reopening plans.

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Under the creative direction of Steven M. Overton and Martin Richmond,our sister company, the Olde World Puppet Theatre Studios is one of the longest running marionette theatres and puppet building companies in the United States.
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