One of the longest running on-site puppetry theatres in the U.S., Bob Kramer’s Marionnettes has been enchanting audiences of all ages for more than 45 years.
The stories are wholesome, old-fashioned tales like “Peter and the Wolf”, “Hansel and Gretel”, and “Toyland”.
The productions are humorous and entertaining at every age level. They will appeal to everyone’s imagination, and provide a fascinating few hours of illusion and enlightenment.
In the demonstration before each show, visitors can see the process of puppet building.
It takes about 1,500 hours of exacting work to bring each puppet to life. The head and limbs of the puppets are hand-carved from wood. The costumes are often made of velvet or brocade, trimmed with sequins, rhinestones and metallics.
Each marrionnette is a unique, museum-quality piece.