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Puppetry Introduction

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Randy Blades

on 18 January 2013

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Transcript of Puppetry Introduction

Why Puppetry? Puppetry offers a way to see the world in a new way.
As a theatrical art, it is uniquely suited to tell stories in a style that reveals human nature through objects. This series of lectures is here to provide an overview of the history and types of puppetry What makes something a puppet? Puppet- any inanimate object which
a person endows with a life-force. Object theatre Constructed actors Puppets have been used for Puppetry represents a synthesis of Folk art/popular art When you say "puppet", most people think of this guy: Or this bunch: They neglect the long history and the artistry that is possible with this art Religious and ritual acts Refined art design writing acting. art theatre education political theatre and satire children’s theatre. Not a

puppet Could be

a puppet Puppetry has many styles This clip is from a TED talk by the creators of the puppets for "War Horse" Skip to halfway point Rod Hand Glove Marionettes To name just a few that we will talk about through the semester Now, let's watch a few in action:
Go to: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8177DF3408EAEAB0
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