UNIMA Atlantic Journal for Sep-Oct 2015

In this issue:

  • Profile: Théâtre Alacenne
  • UNIMA Atlantic update from Tara Manuel
  • Mermaid Theatre heads back to Ireland
  • New Member: Louise Marmen

Profile: Théâtre Alacenne
by Tara Manuel – Shadowy Souls
Regional Director, Newfoundland & Labrador ACPA/AMCA 

As a woman who has done a lot of solo touring with puppetry in my home province of Newfoundland, and who is looking toward working with another puppeteer for my next show, I was curious to know more about these two women: Melanie Leger and Anika Lirette of New Brunswick’s Theatre Alacenne. They’ve been creating shows together for over a decade. and have been moving deeper into the world of puppetry. I recently caught up with Melanie and Anika to pick their brains a little about what they do!


Q:  How long have you been working together?
A:  We (Anika and Mélanie) met in high school and reunited at the Drama department of the University of Moncton, where we began working together. Our first production was in 2003, and was an historical comedy about the town of Shédiac, celebrating its 100th anniversary. It was called Shédiac… Qu’ossé qui s’a passé? (Shediac… What happened?)

Q:  Are your shows all puppet theatre shows? Are they exclusively for young audiences?
A:  We did many shows for adults before beginning to focus on young audiences. Our first show specifically for young audiences was created in 2011 and was called Banane fête (Banana Birthday). It was presented successfully all over New Brunswick! We explored puppetry in that show but, looking back, we were a little naive in certain aspects, and we wanted to go deeper into the world of puppetry performance. This is how Ally and the Forest was born…

Q:  Tell us about your new show – Ally et la Foret.
A:  That show will open on September 26 & 27 at the Théâtre l’Escaouette in Moncton! It’s the story of an alligator from Louisiana who finds herself lost in an Acadian forest. To adapt to her situation and to find a way home, she will have to make friends. An important theme is the environment. Our puppets and set design are all made out of recyclable materials. We believe, and try to demonstrate in the show, that together we can take care of nature and our environment. It is for 3 to 7 year olds.

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Q:  How does your work reflect your Acadienne identity?
A:  We believe in what we do and we do what we believe in! Our work is linked to our values and a strong Acadian identity is a part of who we are. As Acadians, we want to be looking to the future. Because of our own history, we promote reconciliation and dialogue. We want to be peacemakers. We want to be part of our community. We have learned that working together will get us further!

Q:  Did you train in puppetry or are you self-taught?
A:  As we were developing the idea of making a new play with puppets, we felt we needed a mentor… and we found Jim Morrow, AD of Mermaid Theatre, just a few hours drive from Moncton! We undertook training at Mermaid, participating in the Animotion program offered every spring. It was an incredible learning experience. Jim Morrow is also helping us develop our play “Ally and the Forest”. We cannot thank him and the team at Mermaid enough for all that we have learned with them!

Q:  Do you tour?
A:  Yes. We are also planning to be on the road with “Ally and the Forest” and will be touring to many locations for the first two weeks of November, thanks to the contribution of the Minister of Tourism, Heritage and Culture of the Province of New Brunswick! In early November we will also be present at la Francofête in Moncton, where we will showcase for different vendors from the Maritimes, Canada and Europe.

Q:  What has been your greatest challenge with creating work (and making a living in the arts!) on the east coast?
A:  Passion is great, but it will only get you so far… You need so many other aspects to balance it all out and to make dreams a reality. Finding the right people to work with and reaching out to different communities is something we have been working on. There are great advantages in living in rural communities in the East Coast. We are warm, friendly and inviting. For an artist, it is very stimulating, and you feel connected to a community. Feeling connected makes you stronger and you can then work on your art while being free to look at the world through the movement of the ocean that is right in front of your eyes!

Q:  What has been your greatest success as a company?
A:  We are very proud of all the collaborative work we have done and the great partnerships we have built.  We are two different individuals who try to complete each other by working with each other’s strengths. We try to apply this logic to everyone we meet and collaborate with. “Ally and the Forest” is our first show presented in French or in English, to children from all three communities (French, English and First Nations). We want to continue to be bridge builders in our province! It will grow one step at a time in the hope that we can all learn from one another through the wonderful world of art.

Q: What advice can you offer to east coast theatre professionals who have an interest in puppetry?
A: Go to Mermaid Theatre and register for the Animotion training intensive! Or find someone else whose work you appreciate. Don’t believe you will become a puppeteer in a blink… It is a profound and hard art form. It requires a lot of work and commitment. Cultivate modesty and be proud of your progress as it comes… with practice!


To learn more about Annika and Melanie and Theatre Alacenne, you can visit their website: www.theatrealacenne.com

Here’s a link to the théâtre l’Escaouette web site where you can find more info about their play: http://www.escaouette.com/?page_id=1948

Thank you both for answering my questions and all the best with your new show!

UNIMA Atlantique Update – Tara Manuel

Thanks to investment from ARTSNL, I recently finished my second Puppet Slam Workshop project with a group of Corner Brook youth aged 11-17.

We explored several styles of puppetry including the neutral puppets I copied and built after my spring residency at Mermaid!

We made a short film with the neutral puppets called, The Great Grenfell Robber Mystery, which you can see here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=78hxLUo3AfU

We built marionettes, this outstanding one was made by Aimee Knott and is called Dodskamp (meaning agony!): 


And I created a piece with my bird puppet, Florence VanderBeak, around the importance of being your own best friend: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NXsbrIXAyQ

This fall, I will continue to develop Strangeblood,  my new shadow puppetry play for young audiences, and perform at several events as my alter-ego puppet Big Pink Pussy. 

Mermaid Theatre heads back to Ireland

Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia’s poignant adaptation of Guess How Much I Love You & I Love My Little Storybook is slated for further international adventure. The company will return to the Republic of Ireland as featured performers at Galway’s prestigious Baboró International Arts Festival for Children in October 2015. The itinerary includes outreach performances at the Hawk’s Well Theatre in Sligo and the Pavilion Theatre in Dun Laoghaire. First launched in 2004, the double bill has been termed “a magical, meditative experience” by a noted Nova Scotia reviewer.

Screen Shot 2015-09-16 at 12.17.05 PMSam McBratney’s touching bedtime account of Little Nutbrown Hare, Guess How Much I Love You, has appeared in 53 languages, with more than 28 million copies in print worldwide since its publication in 1995. A second adored story, I Love My Little Storybook by writer/ illustrator Anita Jeram, features a whimsical menagerie of animals and imaginary creatures whose gentle adventures celebrate the joy of reading. Mermaid’s creative team has ably captured the enchantment of the storybook characters and their fanciful settings. Jim Morrow served as both director and production designer while Steven Naylor’s lively music score reflects the Celtic traditions shared by Nova Scotia, Ireland and Northern Ireland. The recorded narration showcases the storytelling skills of Beau Bridges.

Touring artists include puppeteers John Allen MacLean and Jeff O’Hara, and Kathryn McCormack in the capacity of stage manager. Morrow and General Manager Lisa Gleave will travel with the company, and oversee workshops and industry seminars. The tour was supported with assistance from The Canada Council for the Arts.

LouiseMarmenNew Member: Louise Marmen

Finally, we’d like to take a moment to introduce another member, Louise Marmen, from Edmunston, NB.  Just a brief note from her website for now (French only), though we hope to profile them in an upcoming JOURNAL:

Le théâtre de marionnettes ”GINÉLOU” vous raconte et vous fait découvrir les belles couleurs de l’amitié. Nous offrons des histoires incluant les valeurs suivantes : le respect,  l’entraide, la confiance en soi, L’amitié, la créativité et plus.

Nos thèmes sont:

  • les yeux du voyageur
  • le collier retrouvé
  • à la bibliothèque
  • voyage en acadie
  • les bulles magiques
  • un arbre, un ami pour la vie



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UNIMA Atlantic Journal for July-August 2015

In this issue:

  • Profile: Maritime Marionettes
  • UNIMA Atlantic update from Tara Manuel
  • Andy Jones’s The Queen of Paradise Garden in Wolfville, NS, July 10
  • Des nouvelles du Théâtre Alacenne
  • Mermaid’s signature performance returns to China

Profile: Maritime Marionettes
by Tara Manuel – Shadowy Souls
Regional Director, Newfoundland & Labrador ACPA/AMCA

It is certainly humbling to trawl through the expansive archive of original work on Maritime Marionettes’ website. Founded by husband and wife team Heather Bishop Taylor and Darryl Taylor in Truro, Nova Scotia nearly 30 years ago, Maritime Marionettes is the quintessential Mom and Pop puppetry company.

Maritime Marionettes - Petrouchka

From “Petrouchka – a Musical Marionette Ballet”

 Heather’s interest in puppetry began at age 11 and she has developed her beloved childhood hobby into an impressive career. After receiving her Bachelor of Arts in French at Acadia University, she went on to study theatre at Dalhousie and take the Foundation year at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. All of her studies in music, theatre, French and art have been adapted and directed toward her love of marionettes. Darryl developed an interest in marionettes after working primarily with hand and rod puppets. He comes from a strong family tradition of music and storytelling, and has brought these skills to bear in creating the music as well as original scripts for several of their productions. The couple struck out on their own after apprenticing with David Syrotiak’s National Marionette Theatre in Hartford, Connecticut, where they learned to build and perform shows. To date, they have created eleven shows, in French and English, each production created by Heather and Darryl from concept to finished product.

Their shows are inspired from Children’s literature–from folktales and fairytales to a ballet! Some of the work combines traditional marionette puppetry with shadow puppetry, used to wonderful effect in Jack and The Beanstalk. They have performed at numerous international events and puppetry festivals including the Festival Mondiale des Marionettes, (Charleville-Mezieres, France 1997 and 2000), and Hsin Kang International Children’s Arts Festival, (Taiwan, 1998 and 2003). They have also toured this country extensively from the Yukon Territory to Newfoundland and most places in between.

I had to ask Heather and Darryl a few questions about their work.

T: How many shows do you currently have in your repertoire?jack-beanstalk

H&D: Currently, we are rehearsed in 5 shows: Rumpelstiltskin, The Lonely Leprechaun, Molly and the Oak Island Treasure, The Bremen Town Musicians, and Jack and the Beanstalk. Petrouchka and the Nativity Story can be performed but we need rehearsal time, as they are special occasion performances more so than what we do in our usual touring.

T: I wonder what advice you could offer to puppet theatre artists working in the Atlantic region?

H: Know that you have a passion for your art form, and continue to be curious and grow and explore throughout your career. Find an accountant you trust and like. Listen to people’s suggestions about any business or artistic decisions, and then take time to decide what is right for you. Be wary of working for low pay or no pay, for the “exposure”. Inflated ego and severe self-criticism will get in the way of your art, they are very sneaky and usually nearby, which is why I need to stay in touch with what keeps me grounded. Stay connected with what keeps you grounded- if that be time in nature, time with your pet, time in prayer or meditation, playing sports, music, or time with friends who really know you, (if you don’t have them, find them!). Be willing and able to travel, to work long days and enjoy the land and scenery you will be seeing. Teach and work with others and learn from your experiences. Ask for help when needed. Follow your heart and listen to intuitions. Watch other puppet performances and all performance arts and connect with other puppeteers and artists. D: Always respect your audience. Learn to secure your own work and get the word out about your work, as you can’t always depend on anyone else to do that for you. Puppetry is a process of experimentation. Be prepared to fail, learn from your failures, and keep moving forward.

T: What has been the greatest artistic challenge in your work so far?

H&D: We have had two major artistic challenges: 1: Producing Molly and the Oak Island Treasure – This was fairly early in our careers and we were working with a big vision for that show. We had many artists working with us and found we spent more time managing than hands-on creating, which was challenging. Financially we were quite over-extended, and we were trying to do a magnificent project with every idea we had at once. The show turned out to be quite beautiful and we still perform it, as people are very moved by it. We learned from the process to try to keep it simple. 2: Producing Petrouchka for the Lubbock Texas Symphony was our most challenging project, as it is done almost entirely to music with a cast of 23 marionettes. Thanks to the choreography of Mary Lou Martin though, we developed lovely dance moves for the marionettes in each Tableau.

T: What’s been your greatest business challenge so far?

H&D: Our trip to Dubai was the riskiest business challenge of our careers. The clients requested the five shows in our repertoire, to be rotated over a period of 2 weeks. The engagement came up in very short notice, and we left the country a week after shipping our puppets by air cargo. We realized that if anything happened to that shipment we would have lost our livelihood, and would have needed to build a new show to get going again. We would not ship all our shows at once ever again, but it was a great experience all in all, to perform there and to see that part of the world.

T: What has been your greatest accomplishment in your work?

H&D: The highlight of our performing was presenting Petrouchka at the 100th anniversary of Les Ballets Russes in Monaco, 2009. We were so honoured to hear the ballet dancer’s enthusiastic observations about the choreography and moves of the marionettes. Princess Caroline of Hanover, (daughter of Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III), came to see our show and requested a private audience with us after the performance. She was friendly and gracious. We brought our marionettes to meet her and she eagerly accepted the opportunity to try one. She showed a boldness and playful sensibility with the marionette that impressed us. She chose to come to our evening performance from the recommendation of her daughter Princess Alexandra, who had seen Petrouchka at school. This was all a surprise to us as well as the organizers of the festival. We received three curtain calls from a most appreciative mixed audience of children and adults, and felt so proud of our work.

Many thanks to Heather and Darryl of Maritime Marionettes for taking the time to engage with me, and for sharing their lovely work, and their very valuable insight and experience! Check out their website for a list of links to samples from their many shows: http://www.maritime-marionettes.com/



UNIMA Atlantique Update – Tara Manuel Tara Manuel is very glad to have a summer work home in the Fine Arts Building at Memorial University’s Grenfell Campus in Corner Brook, NL. She is in the process of developing a new original shadow puppetry play for young audiences called Strange Blood. Its’ central themes have to do with interconnectedness, sustainability, communication and working together. She is experimenting with new materials for building shadow puppets, and planning to create a multi-layered world for them to inhabit. She hopes to have a rough first version ready to share at the end of the summer.

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Tara and Big Pussy

She will also be holding a “Puppet Slam Workshop” group for teenaged youth through the summer during which they will explore building and performing with different styles of puppets for local live shows and web videos. And to make her work therapy summer complete, Tara will be directing the shadow play passages for an inter-arts performance piece with Gros Morne Summer Music, NL’s Classical Music Festival.

The Queen of Paradise’s Garden
A Traditional Newfoundland Fairy Tale
With Puppets by DARKA ERDELJI
Music by Monique Tobin
Running time: 30 mins.

Friday July 10 at 4:30pm Wolfville Farmers’ Market (Elm Street)
Open to the public. Followed by Q & A with the company and the publisher

CHILD, YOUTH, and PLACE in Atlantic Canadian Literature
A conference at Acadia University in Wolfville, NS (July 9-11, 2015)

This production was a big hit at the recent St. John’s Storytelling Festival and it really is a show for all ages — three to 93! At the Storytelling Festival the three year olds were as captivated as the older children, the teenagers and the adults. Andy Jones, of course, always seems to draw the whole audience into a story.

The performance is about a half hour in length and it involves Andy Jones telling and acting out the story beside a kitchen-table sized box that is the set – the set has compartments that open and the box is turned around to create a different scene for parts of the story. Darka Erdelji brings the hand-held puppets to life during the storytelling and there are some live sound effects to create a magical atmosphere. It is a very sweet show and elements of Christmas are included.

The show features puppets by Slovenian Theatre Artist Darka Erdelji, who has her Masters in Puppetry and Andy Jones tells the story of Jack in the Queen of Paradise’s Garden. “Jack” is a well-known figure in traditional Newfoundland fairy tales – (Jack Meets the Cat) and these are stories which Andy has learned over the years from an older generation of Newfoundlanders that he turns into wonderful theatrical storytelling productions. The story is a free adaptation of a tale told by Albert Heber – Keeping of Grand Bank, which he got from Billy Quann of Sagona Island; Keeping’s version was published in Herbert Halpert and John Widdowson’s seminal collection, Folktales of Newfoundland.

Email andyjonesproductions@gmail.com for booking information.
(reprinted from Andy Jones’ website)

Des nouvelles du Théâtre Alacenne
Anika Lirette et Mélanie Léger

À l’été 2015, le Théâtre Alacenne est en production du spectacle Ally et la forêt dans la salle de répétition du théâtre de l’Escaouette à Moncton au Nouveau-Brunswick.

Cette création de théâtre et de marionnettes est en développement depuis un an. Notre public cible est de 3 à 7 ans et nous collaborons avec plusieurs partenaires que ce soit à l’échelle régionale, provinciale et nationale. Avec ce spectacle, nous souhaitons rejoindre le maximum de jeunes à l’est du Québec. Nous sommes l’une des rares compagnies de théâtre acadien qui créent pour ce public. Le spectacle sera aussi traduit en anglais à la fin juillet.

Theatre Alacenne

Photo: Anika Lirette, Anne-Marie Sirois, Mélanie Léger

Dans la dernière année, nous avons suivi un stage de trois semaines intensives au Mermaid Theatre et la collaboration continue alors que nous nous préparons à accueillir Jim Morrow comme conseiller aux marionnettes! Le théâtre l’Escaouette est aussi un partenaire important. Après un premier laboratoire de création à l’été 2014 dans leurs locaux, nous poursuivons avec la production à l’été 2015.

Nous entraînons les spectateurs dans l’univers d’une forêt bricolée, reconstruite grâce au travail de deux bricoleuses qui ont fait un grand ménage pour embellir la nature. Le décor, les marionnettes et tout le processus de création mise sur le recyclage et la réutilisation. Nos thèmes centraux sont l’entraide et l’environnement.

Une découverte est le travail avec les artistes visuels que nous avons pu embaucher pour à la réalisation de notre décor et des marionnettes. Nous réalisons le potentiel de collaborer avec des artistes qui ont à coeur de « fouiller les poubelles » pour trouver des matériaux originaux! Ils amènent un tout autre regard à notre univers théâtral et nourrissent nos personnages. C’est rafraîchissant d’avoir des nouvelles énergies dans le projet.

Jean-Denis Boudreau signe les structures principales de notre décor et Anne-Marie Sirois a réalisé les marionnettes. Le tout avec des matériaux recyclés qui est une grande thématique de ces artistes de la récupération! Anne-Marie est une véritable passionnée de la marionnette et elle a déjà collaboré à plusieurs reprises avec Roland et Monsieur Crapaud pour la création de marionnettes. Merci Anne-Marie pour tes doigts de fée et tes yeux d’enfants qui sont arrivés à voir Ally à travers autant de bouteilles de plastique…!

Le spectacle « Ally et la forêt » sera présenté à l’automne au théâtre l’Escaouette. Une tournée est prévue au Nouveau-Brunswick et nous nous rendrons en Louisiane en 2015-2016 avec nos marionnettes pour animer des séances dans les écoles d’immersions françaises. À bientôt!

Mermaid’s Signature Production Returns to China


The Mixed-up Chameleon catches the fly!

Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia’s signature production will return to the People’s Republic of China to undertake an ambitious five-week tour to thirteen major centres. Regarded as one of North America’s favourite family shows, The Very Hungry Caterpillar & Other Eric Carle Favourites will appear at the Inside Out Theatre in Beijing from July 15 – 20, 2015 followed by performances in Jinan (Shandong), Shanghai, Nanjing, Ningbo, Changzhou, Wenzhou, Changsha, and Shenzhen.

Performers Kat McCormack & Graeme Black-Robinson and Stage Manager Christine Oakey will be joined by Artistic Director Jim Morrow and General Manager Lisa Gleave who will oversee logistic details and public relations.

Arrangements for the engagement have been facilitated by the Shanghai International Arts Festival Public Relations Company.

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Request for Updates from Our New Members

Dear Members of The Atlantic Canada Puppetry Association/
Association des marionnettistes du Canada atlantique

It’s time to take on the challenge of promoting our membership as an active division of UNIMA-CANADA. Our next step will to launch our bi-monthly Journal, with the objective of sharing news and views pertinent to the art of puppetry in our region.

To make our project relevant, we need your input, and have set our first submissions deadline for June 19, 2015. Here’s what we’d welcome:

1) A brief and breezy few paragraphs (maximum 250 words) outlining your projected activities over the summer months, including performance and workshops if relevant.

2) Above all, please send us an image of your work, so that our JOURNAL can be prefaced with a rotating gallery.

3) Submit your information in the language of your choice (i.e. English or French). No need to translate.

IMG622Our Journal will be overseen by two generous volunteers – Jason Tucker (Mermaid Theatre’s Office and Tour coordinator) and Tara Manuel (our board member from NL). Tara will be contacting individuals in the near future, with the intent of ultimately creating an archive of members’ profiles.

To forward your contributions, please email Jason:

Thanks! We look forward to hearing from you.

Here’s a media update:

The new UNIMA ATLANTIC site is live:
(Here is where we will launch our bi-monthly JOURNAL)

the FB page has been renamed to follow suit:

You can also follow us on Twitter at @AtlantiqueUnima

Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia’s homepage (where potential members can download registration forms and make membership payments) has been updated as follows:

the PayPal link has been added, and should make a $21 payment to the ACPA/AMCA (less fees).

For information about UNIMA-Canada and UNIMA International: see

Sara Lee Lewis (Lee)
Managing Director
Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia

UNIMA Atlantic Canada Puppetry Association
UNIMA Association des Marionnettistes du Canada Atlantique

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Welcome to the ACPA / Bienvenue à l’AMCA!

Atlantic Canada Puppetry Association
Association des marionnettistes du Canada atlantique

** la version française suit **

Since its inception, Mermaid Theatre has played a pioneer role in promoting the art of puppetry. The creation of the Institute of Puppetry Arts in 1998 laid the foundation for diverse teaching, mentoring and outreach activities. In particular, the Institute’s professional training intensive known as Animotion has garnered widespread respect as its graduates launch their careers in the performing and media arts. The Theatre Loft, with its increasingly popular artist–in-residence program, has become an important centre for puppetry-related research and development.

A new initiative will provide a platform for the region’s puppet theatre artists by forming an alliance among worldwide practitioners of the age-old art. The Atlantic Canada Puppetry Association / Association des marionnettistes du Canada atlantique (ACPA/AMCA) will be formally affiliated with UNIMA-Canada and UNIMA-International, sister organizations whose mandate is to link puppeteers nationally and internationally; to support professional programs; to stimulate the general public’s interest in the art of puppetry; and to promote the visibility of Canada’s puppeteers all over the world.

The Atlantic Canada Puppetry Association, with headquarters at Mermaid, is registered under the Nova Scotia Societies Act and governed by a founding board of directors drawn from the four Atlantic Provinces.

We are currently looking for and accepting new members throughout the Atlantic Canada region. The annual membership fee is $20 (includes affiliation with UNIMA CANADA and UNIMA International. Please note that the ACPA/AMCA is a Nova Scotia Registered Society but not a charitable organization – accordingly no tax receipt will be issued.)

Email address: acpa-amca@mermaidtheatre.ca
Facebook: Facebook.com/AtlanticCanadaPuppetry

Registration forms and payment details are available here

C’est un plaisir d’annoncer la constitution officielle de l’Association des marionnettistes du Canada atlantique. Le temps est venu de vous inviter à devenir un de nos membres fondateurs.

Cette nouvelle initiative fournira une plateforme de réseautage pour les artistes de la marionnette de la région et leur permettra de rejoindre l’alliance internationale des praticiens de cet art millénaire. Atlantique Canada Puppetry Association/ Association des marionnettistes du Canada atlantique sera formellement affilié à UNIMA-Canada et UNIMA-international, des organisations conjointes dont le mandat est de rassembler des marionnettistes à un niveau national et international; d’appuyer les programmes professionnels; de stimuler l’intérêts du public pour l’art de la marionnette; et de promouvoir la visibilité des marionnettistes canadiens partout dans le monde.

L’ACPA/AMCA, dont le quartier général est au Mermaid Theatre en Nouvelle­Écosse, est enregistrée sous la Loi sur les sociétés de la Nouvelle-Écosse et est régie par un Conseil d’administration issu des quatre provinces atlantiques. D’autres informations et le formulaire d’adhésion sont disponible à partir du site Web du Mermaid Theatre (www.mermaidtheatre.ca) et également d’UNIMA-Canada (http://www.unimacanada.com)

N’hésitez pas à partager cette invitation, pour contribuer à bâtir ensemble notre organisation.

Merci pour votre soutien!

Jim Morrow, Président
De la part de l’ACPA/AMCA
The Atlantic Canada Puppetry Association/AMCA
c/o Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia
P.O. Box 2697, Windsor, NS B0N 2T0

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