just another project with the carlsons
I suggest the puppets should be "green" (compostable) or made out of recycled material. Do people think this is a good restriction?
What about found materials? Only stuff you can find in your house.
Actually, I like the idea of an unrestricted contest.
i don't really think we should restrict materials because we just did that.maybe we should have a theme instead. or a specific play/story to preform.
That's a good idea.
my dad and i were thinking it would be better to have a story...or we were also thinking everyone could make a family member.i guess first though we need an idea of who will participate. maybe more guys will get involved since it isn't fashion oriented...
I was at a big puppet workshop once and it really did work out to make the puppets first then evolve the story. After all, "it's our movie". One thing that adds a lot is musical instruments (especially ethnic ones) for the show.By the way, the puppet workshop included some puppets over 10 feet tall!
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