VIDEOS OF OUR LITTLE ONES.....(PUPPETS THAT IS)
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30 minute Specialized Puppet show with a 30 minute song and dance hour with the puppets:$185
30 minute Specialized Puppet show with 45 minute puppet making workshop (supplies provided) $250
30 minute Specialized Puppet show and a 30 minute songs and play with Dr. Brayne! (NEW) $150
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Shows for kids at local haunts in and around Queens! Look for our next show here!
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The Players at Hallet's Cove...
Jen Jurek is a performing artist and the CEO of JJurek Artists LLC as well as the the founder and performer of The Astoria NY based, Hallet's Cove Theater.
Brian J. Soliwoda
Brian is a visual and performing artist.
He holds a B.A. in Theatre Production from the University of Delaware. He is a member of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG/AFTRA) , Actors Equity Association (AEA), and Puppeteers of America. Recent work has been with New York City’s Metropolitan Transit Authority, the Muse Circus (a Brooklyn-based circus performer school), Hour Children (a Queens-based program designed to break the cycle of incarceration), and the Blue Hill Troupe (a premier performance-based charity group).
He began his NYC puppeteering over a decade ago running animatronics at the Jekyll and Hyde Club along with Hallet's Cove founder, Jen Jurek and Improv Astoria founder, Graham McCarty! He preformed with the long running, Sock Puppet Show Girls, and is the creator of the puppet Messiah Sing-A-Long.
In 2015 he founded the Victorian Variety Hour, an artistic incubation project that offers emerging artists a safe space to workshop new material, and he has served as a teaching artist in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York with students from ages seven and up with experience in curriculum development and implementation for a number of artistic disciplines.
Brian has also been serving as a creative lead for the Salt Tree Project, a concept project to develop a community space in New York’s Hudson Valley applying artistic techniques to a farm-based landscape.