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Puppets Around the World
Under Night Sky
by Puppetkabob
Monday, February 18, 2013 at 10:30AM

at Puppet Showplace Theatre
32 Station Street
Brookline, MA 02445

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Show Description:
''Under Night Sky'' is the inspiring story of three children united across history by threads of courage, hope, and love. Dazzling puppetry brings memories to life from stories stitched together in the pieces of Grandmother's patchwork quilt. Follow the North Star through the night on the Underground Railroad, hear the waves crash against ships carrying Irish immigrants across as the sea, and enter an old School House to witness a girl proudly wearing a coat of rags, stitched to patchwork perfection.

About the Perfomer:
Sarah Frechette is an artist, puppeteer, and the founder of PuppetKabob, a puppet company that has toured to schools, libraries, theaters, museums, and festivals across the country. As Artistic Director of Puppetkabob, Sarah blends science and history with puppetry arts to create a dynamic and interactive theater experience. Sarah has developed three full-length productions, toured internationally, and has been awarded the prestigious UNIMA-USA citation of excellence.

Sarah is a graduate of the University of Connecticut’s Puppetry Arts Program. She also studied marionettes in Germany with legendary master puppeteer Albrecht Roser. She has taught puppetry and marionette workshops to students of all ages across the country. Sarah has designed and performed puppet characters for multiple stage productions, including The 39 Steps and I Love to Eat at Portland Center Stage. She has also worked in educational television, and played Penny Pup on the PBS children’s television series Seemore’s Playhouse. She has collaborated on several stop-motion animation projects, earning credits on several commercials and the feature film ParaNorman. Learn more at

Recommended for everyone ages 6 and up. Verbal storytelling, complex themes (family heritage, the legacy of slavery, etc.)