Two Forms of Puppetry: What are they?
The two forms of Puppetry: Ventriloquism and Puppeteering.
A ventriloquist doesn’t move his lips and is a belly talker using his voice box and abdominal muscles through the airway in the stomach to change voice tones. A puppeteer moves his lips and can work up front like a ventriloquist telling stories or hiding behind a prop to read off scripted lines.
Professional examples are presented, explanations of where the ventriloquist’s puppet voice comes from and instruction on how to develop a voice for your own puppet to contrast yours from training provided.
How to make your puppet come alive in order to capture audience attention. The application must be applied by attendees through practice and experience.
How to make a moving mouth puppet out of a stuffed animal. Several people shown on this page have made their own puppets in Virginia, New York and China.
Group exercises to apply information from the training workshop are valuable for attendees including teachers.
Puppets are a wonderful way to present life lessons of character building, public safety, body safety and faith-based education themes.
Joy made forty (40) moving mouth puppets out of stuffed animals for India children.
Puppets made by Joy and given to India short-term mission project upon completion of training.
Manhattan, New York – This lady made a puppet from our training.
Pengzhou, China – Angel made a puppet from our training.
Pengzhou, China – This man made a puppet from our training too.
That the genuineness of your faith which is more precious than gold that perishes, even though tested by fire, may bring praise, honor and glory at the revelation of Jesus Christ. (I Peter 1:7).