Get ready to rethink everything you know about puppets and puppeteers. Our live shows, workshops, exhibitions, and events will have you feeling like a kid again at the Center for Puppetry Arts. Limited FREE parking is available.
The Snowy Day and other stories by Ezra Jack Keats, celebrate the magic and boundless possibilities of the first snowfall! This uplifting musical play is all about childhood joys and living each day to the fullest.
Live, in-person and on stage. Click below for a preview and join us in celebrating this season.
Things to Know Before You Visit
While there is no longer a city mandate to wear masks, we strongly encourage all visitors to wear a mask to protect those who are too young or are not eligible to be vaccinated.
All Center staff will continue to wear masks – excluding performers during performances.
Hand-sanitizing stations are available in abundance at the Center.
Please change your visit to another day if you’re not feeling well.
We will continue to monitor public health directives around COVID and modify our response accordingly.
For those who wish to attend the Center and are not comfortable unless masks are required, we have set aside January 2 as a Mask-Up Day at the Center. On that day, everyone visiting the Center will be required to wear a mask.
Great Options for Educators
We’ll Meet You Online
Live, Interactive Programming
Through video conferencing and downloadable guides, we can bring the education and wonder of Center for Puppetry Arts to your classroom.
Our curriculum-based workshops and puppet shows offer unique, interactive and engaging experiences for your classroom or homeschool.