Puppet shows are a great back to school celebration! Book now for your fall dates.
Roz Puppets would love to visit your school, homeschool group, summer camp or day care! We have over 25 years of experience performing puppet shows for students aged Preshool to Grade 5.
Whether you are looking for a special puppet show treat for one grade or an entire school assembly puppet show, we would be happy to visit you.
All of our puppet shows are performed LIVE, with only recorded music and sound effects. This allows us to personalize each performance, and to allow time for audience reactions.
Our requirements are: an indoor space for the stage and one standard electrical outlet. Our stage is 8 feet tall by 6 feet wide by 4 feet deep.
The audience should be seated beginning no closer than 4 feet away
(to allow for easy viewing of the performance area of the puppet stage).
We are based in northern Indiana, but love to travel, so don't hesitate to contact us for a price quote for a visit to your school!
Our current story show offerings for school performances are:
The Magic Fish and George and the Dragon.
Both are original versions of the tales, but are told with a fun Roz Puppets twist
designed to keep the tale lighthearted and the students laughing!
Please email us for more information about bringing a puppet show to your school
or homeschool group. Sorry, we do not perform in homes.
Puppet shows aren't just for summer reading at the library! We have fun, age appropriate puppet shows for Pre-K through 5th grade.
Puppet shows are a great way to celebrate back to school, fall/winter break, or even the end of the school year!
Whether you have a small class or a large school assembly in mind, Roz Puppets would love to perform at your school! If you're looking for a fun entertainment opportunity for your school, a puppet show is a great choice.
Though the primary focus of our shows is entertainment, teachers can expand on the ideas presented in the puppet show, by:
The Magic Fish has the themes of kindness and friendship
woven throughout it. One of the main characters is so content with what he has in life that he gives away his last wish to make someone else happier.
George and the Dragon has a subtle message that even someone small can do big, important things and help others. George is sent on a quest and rather reluctantly agrees to go. By the end of the story, he solves a mystery and makes new friends.