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Talespinner Children's Theatre still has room in Summer Puppet and Mask Camp

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Registrations are still being accepted for the Talespinner Children’s Theatre (TCT) Summer Puppet and Mask Camp. The camp will be held from June 23 through Friday June 27, 2014. The location will be the Reinberger Auditorium that is located at 5309 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio 44102.

There are only a few spaces left so parents are encouraged to enroll their children today in this unique theatrical experience. The camp includes five days of learning how to construct puppets and masks while creating scripts and stories for their creations while learning how to be a puppeteer. The mission of the camp is to free the creativity of the young artists while developing expression, teamwork and self confidence while having fun. When the camp is concluded, the masks and puppets are theirs to keep.

Class Times

Monday, June 23rd through Thursday, June 26th
8:30am to 3:30pm

Friday, June 27th
8:30am to 12 noon.


Kids (ages 6 – 10)
Early Teens (ages 11 – 14)
$200 (includes all crafts supplies.)
Ask about our “sibling discount!”

Instructors: Alison Garrigan and Carrie Williams

Space is limited, so register now at or for more information, call 216.264.9680. Don’t miss out on this artistic adventure!

Next Up Onstage at TCT

The Floating Dolls
A Polish Folktale
June 14th through July 6th

Poor baby Anatol won't stop crying — and it's driving everyone loony! With help from a mysterious old woman, nine magical rag dolls, and a river of tears, one town's trouble could flow into a new kind of happiness.

To make reservations, or for more information, go to our website at

About Talespinner Children’s Theatre

TCT is a Cleveland-based company that develops and produces highly imaginative, original, collaborative and interactive professional works for children that also stimulate creative growth in its artists. At any time, these pieces may involve acting, dance, music, puppetry, tumbling, drumming, and numerous other artistic disciplines as imagined by the artistic teams working with and for TCT, and are open to all creative possibility. TCT presents its third season with Aesop's Pirate Adventures, April 5th - 27th, The Floating Dolls, June 14th through July 6th, Loki & Lucy, September 20th - October 12th, and Clara and the Nutcracker, November 29ththrough December 21st. TCT's aim is to bring theatre to the community in its fullest form providing excitement, growth and joy for all who are involved in and/or touched by its work.

TCT strives to reach across socio-economic, cultural and traditional boundaries to help awaken and bring better understanding by opening eyes, ears, hearts and imaginations in the young people (and artists) of Cleveland and its surrounds.
TCT creates work that remembers that children are smaller people, not lesser people.