Making puppets come alive: how to learn and teach hand puppetry

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Dover Publications, Jan 23, 1997 - Crafts & Hobbies - 192 pages
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Lucid, easy-to-follow book teaches beginners how to create a full working range of puppet motions and emotions. Also covers elements of good puppet theatrical technique: voice use and synchronization, stage deportment and interactions, improvisation, simple staging, lighting effects, and more. All clearly explained and beautifully illustrated.

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This book covers exactly what its title says and does it extremely well. It focuses on basics and has many illustrations to make its point. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
11
What Is Puppetry?
14
What Is a Puppet?
15
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