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Classic Tales Told in Fantastical Fashion

PRESENTED FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES VIA ZOOM

Set in Ancient Greece, Aesop’s Fantastical Fables! is the story of Aesop, a servant, and his sidekick Cecil the Lion. Using puppets, Aesop and Cecil share some of the stories that made the servant famous for his fables. The performance includes three classic tales, The Lion and the Mouse, The Boy who cried Wolf and The Tortoise and the Hare.

Jeffery Zwartjes, Digital Learning Artist-In-Residence at the Center for Puppetry Arts, will introduce the show, perform it, and then participate in an interactive Q&A immediately following the performance.

Please purchase your ticket at least one hour prior to the event to receive your Zoom link in time and please support the Center by purchasing a ticket for everyone who’ll be enjoying this presentation. 

Jeffrey Zwartjes
Digital Learning Artist-In-Residence
Jeffrey Zwartjes
Jeffrey C. Zwartjes is an Atlanta-based theater artist/illustrator/puppeteer from San Antonio, TX; B.F.A., Illustration from the Savannah College of Art & Design. Created & built the sets for the 2005 “puppet-noir” film The Lady From Sockholm, installed an underwater-themed playscape for the Alliance’s Theatre for the Very Young (Blub, Blub, 2015), most recently set designed at Kennesaw State U (Peter & the Starcatcher). Also a freelance illustrator & comic artist; illustrated over a dozen educators’ resource titles for Mar*Co Products & the children’s book “Irene the Elephant” by Geri Guadagno (New City Press).