Based on the book by Gerald McDermott
Designed by Kelly Campbell
Written by Kelly Campbell
Set and Puppet Construction: Brian Keith, Nancy Aldrich, Kelly Campbell
Deep in the jungles of Central America, Papagayo, the parrot, sings and plays from tree to tree as the nocturnal animals try to slumber. One night, however, the magical Perro Luna, wakes up and starts eating the moon. Will the animals learn to work together to save the moon? Presented in both English and Spanish, two puppeteer performers bring this brightly colored tale to life.
Available for school assemblies, libraries, and community events.
Max audience capacity: 500, for grades preschool-6.
Space requirement: 10'x10'
Load in: 45 min
Performance: 45 min
(up to 15min post-show demo and Q&A, if time allows)
Load out: 30 minutes