The puppets are taking a bit of a rest as the summer theatre season is upon us.
The Pandora's Sox puppet studio has been transformed into a set and props department during July's production of Guelph In Postcards - The McCrae Years (1872-1918)
Guelph In Postcards is a production of Guelph Museum to celebrate Canada's 150th and Guelph's 190th birthday.
McCrae House Backyard Theatre
108 Water St
July 8-22 2017.
All performances at 7PM
Guelph In Postcards transports the audience to the time of John McCrae. Using actual postcards as inspiration, these snapshots of Guelph history are brought to life. Images and sentiments from postcards are woven in amongst events of the day. By focusing on the McCrae years we of course receive postcards from The Great War. Verse and poetry of the day is also delivered to the audience as ‘postcards’. The poem,“ In Flanders Fields” becomes a ‘postcard.
Guelph In Postcards features
Postcards by: Alison Walton
Scenic art: Robin Baird-Lewis
Technical Director: Dennis Gray
Sound Design: Eric Leigh
Tickets? Of course! Right HERE
More information: HERE and HERE
No, there are no puppets in this show: or rather yes, there are no puppets in this show.