Plant Puppetry: Storytelling Through Nature
The O’Hara Commons is delighted to be hosting two visiting theatre educators: Peggy Mecham and Alexandra Mosoeanu. Peggy and Alexandra will be the educators and coordinators for Curiosity Camps during the first half of August.
We will have four days of puppetry and storytelling through nature. Each session will include making puppets (finger puppets, masks, shadow puppets and marionettes) and developing story lines based on themes found in nature. We will build a stage and the camp will culminate in participating children performing a play.
Tuesdays & Thursdays: August 2nd, 4th, 9th, & 11th
10 AM until 12:30 PM
Ages 6 to 13
Reserve today: email@example.com
$60 or $15 per day
Healthy Snacks Provided
Read more about these fine, visiting educators below
Peggy Mecham is a theatre director and educator. She recently completed a three play season of Sean O’Casey’s Dublin Trilogy for the Irish Heritage Theatre in Philadelphia. Peggy has a PhD in Performance Studies from New York University and teaches in the Theater Program at Community College of Philadelphia. She has directed over 25 productions at the College, including Arabian Nights, Romeo and Juliet and Dracula. She is the Artistic Director of Once More Theater and recently directed OMT’s adaptation of Aristophanes’ Plutus in partnership with Plays and Players Theatre. Previously she directed Gabor Czako’s, Pigs for OMT.
Alexandra Mosoeanu recently completed her BFA at Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia. She worked as an Assistant Teacher at Neighborhood Potters and as an Assistant Art Dealer at JAG Modern Art. Alexandra’s art has been exhibited in multiple shows including, The Rittenhouse Fine Arts Festival in Philadelphia and Romania’s International Art Salon in Bucharest.