Guess what! We have way more giant puppets than are actually on this website and we are doing more than ever! Our Facebook page is the best place to stay updated and connected to what’s current (Facebook.com/giantpuppetssavetheworld)!
Since we last posted we have flown around the world, presented at new festivals, done major installations, and more! From Sunday Streets in SF to the Oregon Country Fair and Oregon Eclipse!
We are going to update our website soon so that there is a better picture of ALL the awesome new puppets we have plus the ones that are here! In the meantime, here are some more pics from the cool stuff we have done. 🙂
WOW! What an amazing festival! We were so grateful to bring our team of performers, visionaries, and puppets from Giant Puppets Save the World, Wise Fool Puppet Intervention, Living Folklore, Samba Stilt Circus, The Big Tadoo Puppet Crew, and more. It take many hand to make great work, and that is how giant puppets save the world. We build community by co-creating magic together. Special thanks to Parade Director, Toni “Tone” Mikulka for leading the way with her mighty Triton Shell horn. Here are a few pics! See more at facebook.com/giantpuppetssavetheworld
Come join Giant Puppets Save the World with Giant Silk Flags at the 2016 Pride Parade, June 26th Starting at 10:30
(f0r more info visit: sfpride.org/parade).
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Here is the parade route:
Join the Giant Puppets Save the World crew at the High Sierra Music Festival Parade! We are bringing Sarah Lovett from Seattle with Toni Tone Mikulka from California, together again to make some amazing giant storytelling for festival goers this year.
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Check out some pictures from Sunday Streets on the GPSW Facebook Page!
We did it! The Giant Puppets Save the World parade with Habitot Children’s Museum delighted over 40,000 people at Sunday Streets! The giant puppets stopped to dance at six music stages along the seventeen blocks of closed road, inspiring joy and big smiles along the way. Thank you to all of our volunteer puppeteers, the Big Tadoo Puppet Crew, Habitot Children’s Museum, Livabale Berkeley, Sunday Streets, and everyone else that made this project possible!
See more about the 10/13/13 Sunday Streets here: