December 5, 2018: In February, Eulenspiegel will add a new puppeteer, Meera Gessner! Meera is an outrageously talented visual artist, a whimsical creator, and an all-around fun person. She will create and perform this summer's Neighborhood Tour shows, be available for library and festival shows, and work as a Teaching Artist. Since September, Stephanie Vallez has acted as Eulenspiegel's Volunteer Coordinator. To give Cara more time for her other pursuits, Stephanie has taken over the Outreach Director duties and is branching out as an adjunct puppeteer. Never fear, Cara remains in the Eulenspiegel family as Artist-in-Residence!
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December 5, 2018:
We have a super fun, brand new show available for touring! It's another in our series of regional history shows, this one featuring Johnny Appleseed and other apple heroes! Johnny interacts with animals, wild and domestic, Native Americans, settlers, and of course apple trees. Henderson Luelling leaves his home in Salem, Iowa in the 1850's with wagonloads of growing apple trees, crosses the Rocky Mountains with them, and resettles in Oregon to start the apple industry in the Northwest. Jesse Hiatt nurtures and battles the first Red Delicious apple. All three apple heroes have a field day battling the weather, and Ron Hillis captures it all with his whimsical music.
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