WORD PLAY, a play on words!
by Good Hearted Entertainment
June 5th, 6pm: WORD PLAY by Good Hearted Entertainment-Word Play uses clowning and puppetry to take audiences on an adventure through the alphabet. Audiences can make friends with vowels, teach tricks to a “C-A-T” and “D-O-G,” and visit a Word Zoo full of surprises. It’s the perfect blend of education and entertainment- a play on words, literally!
Join us in East Somerville for a puppetry extravaganza. This May and June, we’ll hit the streets, courtyards and parks, showcasing local, national, and international performing companies. Great for kids and adults and all free. For more information about the series visit: http://
WORD PLAY, a Play on Words! is featured as part of the Puppetry Performance Series at Ballard institute and Museum of Puppetry
March 25: Word Play by Good Hearted Entertainment-Word Playuses clowning and puppetry to take audiences on an adventure through the alphabet. Audiences can make friends with vowels, teach tricks to a “C-A-T” and “D-O-G,” and visit a Word Zoo full of surprises. It’s the perfect blend of education and entertainment- a play on words, literally!
Tickets available: http://bimp.uconn.edu/events-2/performances/
|Launch into 2017 with a celebration of new shows by local and visiting artists.|
|WORD PLAY by Good Hearted Entertainment|
January 14 & 15 (Saturday and Sunday) | 1pm and 3pm*January 16 (Sunday) | 10:30am and 1pm (Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday)
*ASL Interpreted Performance
|"Word Play" uses clowning and puppetry to take audiences on an adventure through the alphabet. Live music and hilarious sound effects complete the fun. It's the perfect blend of education and entertainment--a play on words, literally! Recommended for ages 3 and up|
WATCH A PREVIEW OF "WORD PLAY"
This production premiered in July 2016. It was developed with support from Puppet Showplace Theater's Incubator Program.
The Midnight Zoo
At Franklin Park Zoo created with Puppet Showplace Theater, Boston:
Thursday - Sunday, Sept. 30-Oct. 30, 6:00 – 10:00 p.m, 2016
This fall, under the light of the autumn moon, discover a secret corner of Franklin Park Zoo that is home to a mysterious, mystical world. The Midnight Zoo surrounds visitors with never-before-seen creatures from the farthest realms of the imagination. Wind your way through the darkness as the woods come alive in this 360-degree immersive experience. Elaborate costumes, masterful design, and moonlit surprises await you in this haunted habitat featuring over 20 fantastical creatures ranging in size from tiny to over 8 feet tall.
Bring the family for a night of spooky fun and experience puppetry like never before!
Meet Dame Huxby and the infant Higgoth, performed by Honey Goodenough creatures created by Penny Benson, and a band of guardians lead by Lord Midnight, who have pledged to protect and preserve strange and unusual species.
WORLD DAY OF PUPPETRY! - AUSTIN, TX
April 9, 2016 at Dougherty Arts Center
Join us for a day of family friendly workshops during the day and puppet shows for adults in the evening, hosted by Noel MacNeal and featuring the work of Honey Goodenough, Broderick Jones, Harry LaCoste, and Leila Gaznavi. Click on the World Day of Puppetry link in the menu for all the info!
Honey Goodenough is a puppeteer, producer, educator, clown, and magician. Puppetry credits include Phantom Limb's The Fortune Teller, Puppetworks, Frisch Marionettes, The Puppet Company, The National Marionette Theater, Steven Widerman's The Puppet Company, and The Swedish Cottage Marionette Theater in Central Park and No Strings International. She has studied with Phillip Huber, Paul Zaloom, Martin P. Robinson and Berndt Ogrodnik at the O'Neill National Puppetry Conference. She has been touring her own cabaret style marionette pieces through the Puppet Slam Network, and was honored to be invited to perform at the 2011 National Puppetry Slam hosted at the Puppeteers of America National Puppetry Festival in Atlanta. She has been a guest lecturer at the University of Utah, and an adjunct professor teaching Masks and Puppetry in the Classroom for the Educational Theater Program at CUNY City College. She produces PUPPET PANDEMIC, a nationally touring showcase of puppetry works. And yes, that really is her name.