Thanks for everyone who came out to the Incident. We had a lot of fun and the Fort was a great location for some puppetry. We look forward to seeing all of you later this summer.
Many, many thanks to all who came out to support us!
The 2011 Austin Critics Table nominations are out, and Trouble Puppet is honored to be nominated for Best Production of a Drama for Riddley Walker and to have company member K. Eliot Haynes nominated for Best Sound Design for his work on Riddley Walker.
Also, Trouble Puppet and Glass Half Full are nominated for Best Touring Show (Theater) for bringing the Secret Agents' Poste Restante to Austin. Yay! Awards will be announced June 4.
Read all the nominations here.
Put it on your calendar! Austin's puppetiest annual party is afoot!
And it's gonna be eerie indeed. Keep it on your calendar, and stay tuned for ticketing and other info.
Trouble Puppet is honored, much much, to have made it onto two of The Austin Chronicle's Best of 2011 lists. Wayne Alan Brenner included our latest show in his Top 10 Arts Events of 2011, calling Riddley Walker "as compelling and enigmatic as a Eusa Show among the muck and mire of Inland." And Adam Roberts, in his Top 10 Notable Theatrics of 2011 calls our other 2011 mainstage show, The Jungle, "a riveting evening of puppetry."
Set your DVRs, y'all! KLRU is broadcasting an hour long segment about Trouble Puppet and our show Riddley Walker. Can you believe it? 1/26 at 7:30 pm, 1/29 at 2:00 pm, 2/16 at 7:30 pm, 2/19 at 2:00 pm. Yay!
Trouble Puppet is very saddened by the December 13, 2011, death of Russell Hoban, who helped us create our production of his novel Riddley Walker. He was a brilliant man and a good friend to Trouble Puppet.
Trouble Puppet's Resident Composer, Justin Sherburn, has released a new CD. Music for Puppets is now available! The CD features music composed by Sherburn for Trouble Puppet shows including Frankenstein, The Jungle and Riddley Walker.
To purchase please click on the link below.Montopolis Music