The Center for Puppetry Arts strives to present the best in puppetry and therefore is always seeking engaging puppet productions from both the United States and abroad. Touring artists are invited to submit works to our Family Series or our New Directions Series for Adults and Teens.
To Submit Your Production for Consideration, Please Send:
A cover letter
Video of the complete show
Tech rider (include stage dimensions, sound / light / projection needs, number of people traveling with the show & other elements required to present your show)
Submit to: Center for Puppetry Arts, c/o Production Department 1404 Spring Street, NW Atlanta, GA 30309-2820 USA
We do not select shows based on excerpts or highlight reels. If you wish multiple shows to be considered, submit a complete package for each. If you have questions, email email@example.com.
Our Production Season Runs July 1-June 30
Booking generally takes place 10-12 months before the beginning of each season. This allows us time to include your show in our marketing materials for the year.
If you have questions about your submission, contact the center and someone will be in touch to give you an update.
Be Prepared to Perform Up to 13 Shows a Week for 1-3 Weeks
Family Series: Companies selected to perform in our Family Series generally perform 13 shows per week (Tues-Fri: 10am & 11:30am, Sat: 11am, 1pm & 3pm, Sun: 1pm & 3pm) for 1-3 weeks. Performances last 45-50 minutes, and include a brief puppet demonstration following the show. Target audience age range is 4-10 years.
New Directions Series: Companies selected to perform in our New Directions Series for Adults and Teens generally perform 4-8 shows per week (schedule varies) for 1-2 weeks. Performances last 1-2 hours, and may include audience discussions following the show. Target audience age ranges are either 12+ (for teens and adults) or 18+ (adults only).
Be a Part of History
Your Submission Could Become a Part of Puppet History
With your permission, we would like to add your video to our library collection after our review process has concluded. DVDs in the library are available for scholars and puppeteers to view by appointment on the premises and do not leave the library. Please specify your preference in your cover letter. If you would prefer that we return your DVD to you, please include a self-addressed mailer, and we will return it as soon after viewing as possible.
Current Touring Productions
See a few of the touring artist productions currently in our lineup to learn more about the types of shows that we love to support at the Center for Puppetry Arts.
By Frogtown Mountain Puppeteers of Bar Harbor, ME
Schoolteacher Ichabod Crane helps the Headless Horseman find a new … Includes: Performance. Create-A-Puppet Workshop™, and the Worlds of Puppetry Museum