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Puppets entertain during Pioneer Days

first_img Doctor: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch) Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Stephens also makes plush toys for kids.He will bring some of the toys along for sale and also some of his glove puppets, just in case some of the kids are fascinated by the puppets and want to try their hands at the art of puppetry.After graduating from Troy University in 1999, Stephens began coursework as a graduate student at the University of Connecticut’s Puppet Arts program and learned to construct puppets and perform various puppet styles. He then tourned venues throughout Alabama, Florida and Georgia and became a regular performer of original works at the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta.Stephens’ All Hands Productions in Atlanta is the base from which he tours all across the United States and in Canada.White at Troy University, Stephens was a member of the university’s “Pied Pipers,” a touring children’s theater troupe, founded by Dr. David Dye. He will return to to find a very different unversity from the one he left behind.“This will be my first time back and I’ve heard great things about the changes at Troy and I’m anxious to see them for myself,” Stephens said. Print Article Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits You Might Like Month turns focus on physical therapy Troy Mayor Jimmy Lunsford signed a proclamation Tuesday declaring the month of October Physical Therapy Month in Troy. Lunsford said… read more Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Sponsored Content Puppets entertain during Pioneer Days By Jaine Treadwell By Health Videos “David is absolutely the most incredible puppeteer that I have ever seen,” Greve said. “He is a graduate of Troy University so many people will remember him from there. But he is known all across the country as a master puppeteer and the founder of All Hands Productions, which is dedicated to bringing quality puppet production to children and their parents.Greve said Stephens appeared on Sesame Street and is an Artist Fellowship recipient from the Alabama State Council on the Arts.“David is a Telly winner and was honored with a Union Internaionale de la Marionnette Citation of Excellence and on top of all that, he is a great singer, a great banjo player and an overall great guy,” Greve said. “David performs on stage all over the country and on national televison. We are so fortuate to have him perform at the Pioneer Days. I can hardly wait to see him perform. It’s magical.” Stephens said that he will be performing two different shows at Pioneer Days on Friday and Saturday.“One show that I will do is ‘Billy Goats Gruff and Other Stuff’ that was featured at the National Puppeteers of America Festival in Tahlequah, Oklahoma,” Stephens said. “Along with the Billy Goats, I’ll also perform ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ and ‘The Three Little Pigs.’ The other show will be Brer Rabbit tales. The stories are not Joel Chandler Harris’ Brer Rabbit stories. They are stories that I wrote. The characters will be the same, Brer Rabbit, Brer Bear and Brer Fox but the stories are all new.”Stephens designs and builds all of his puppets. He does 12 different voices so the puppets have their own distinctive voices as well.“Because parents usually bring their kids to the shows, I try to make the shows entertaining for parents, too,” he said. “I want the adults to have as much fun as the kids.” David Stephens is coming “home” to Troy and he’s bringing his corral of original puppets with him.Stephens will be a featured performer at Pioneer Days at the Pioneer Museum of Alabama Friday and Saturday.Rachael Greve, musuem director, does not even try to hide her excitement at having such a talented puppeteer as part of the weekend event. Published 11:00 pm Thursday, October 6, 2011 Skip Latest Stories Book Nook to reopen Around the WebDoctor: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Health VideosIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? 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Area Basketball Scores

first_imgWRBI Area Basketball Scores.Tuesday (12-16)Girls Scores.Batesville  68     Franklin County  64  (OT)Batesville JV won 43-26Jac-Cen-Del  53     North Decatur  27Switzerland County  42    South Ripley  25Conner  58     Lawrenceburg  41Connersville  48     Muncie Central  37Rushville  47     Greenwood  44Hauser 57     Edinburgh  33Waldron  58     Indy Arlington  32Lapel  63     Eastern Hancock  47Boys Scores.Shawe Memorial  73     South Decatur  62last_img read more

“We have to face Zesco without key injured players”- Kotoko head coach C.K. Akonnor

first_imgFor Asante Kotoko to progress to the last 8 of the CAF Confederation Cup, they need to get a good result against ZESCO in Zambia on Sunday and they will have to do so without certain important players.It turns out that the team’s injury list grew by a few more players following their 1-1 draw with Al-Hilal and to add to that, star man, Sogne Yacouba will miss the game through suspension.C.K. Akonnor, the team’s head coach, is encouraging the  18-man team heading to Zambia to brace itself and fight for the result they want even in the absence of these players. –By: Nathan Quao/citinewsroom.com/Ghana “No coach will be happy if he has key players injured. It is very a painful experience. Last Saturday during training, we lost Abdul Ganiyu to injury. Before then, it was Maxwell Baako, Richard Senanu and the rest.However, we are going to Zambia without them. There is nothing we can do about that. What we can do is to think, be smart and try to get a victory.”Kotoko are expected to be in Zambia later on Thursday after leaving Addis Ababa where they transited.The match is on Sunday and Kotoko need to win to qualify irrespective of what happens between Al Hilal and Nkana who will be facing each other in Sudan.last_img read more

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