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Thank you to all the great Performers, Workshop leaders, the Festival Team, and everyone who attended and supported this years festival!
The Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions of the Puppeteers of America are pleased to present Puppet Homecoming 2014, a gathering of puppeteers in picturesque Rhinebeck, NY, Sept. 5-7, 2014. Events included performances, workshops, exhibits, puppetry swap-meet, and more. There was a late-night puppet Salon for short works, as well as a puppet Slam. The Homecoming is intended to be an affordable weekend of sharing among puppeteers and puppetry enthusiasts, run entirely by volunteers to keep costs low.
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“What The Moon Saw” – Sarah Frechette, Puppetkabob
The location was beautiful camp Ramapo for Children, the site of our Puppet Homecoming 2012 which was a great success, with 111 attendees. The site provides housing, performance and workshop space, meals, and five campsites. This wwas a family-friendly event, and children are welcome.
The festival co-directors are Artie Poore and Sharon Peck. Several Guilds in the region are took on a different aspect of the planning and operation. For details and updates, keep checking this website or our Facebook page.