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Puppets: the love of art

TFO 24.7, the new francophone look. A magazine that entertains, informs and discusses the social and cultural discoveries of our Canadian Francophonie. TFO 24.7 puts at the forefront artisans, artists, youth, entrepreneurs, leaders and all those that stir our Francophonie from coast to coast. Features, columns, interviews, humour, opinions, an issue that poses an authentic look at our French-Canadian.

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Review: Spring Works Festival, 2014

“The puppets range from the wonderfully expressive head of Saija to the hilariously grotesque figures of the floating Gordon or the fishlike Mrs. A.  The coordinated movement of the three puppeteers – Shawna Reiter, Brian Webber and Madlen Sopadzhiyan – is beautiful to watch and is as tightly choreographed as any ballet. “

By: Christopher Hoile



Shawna Reiter and Kyla Read

By Jorge Figueiredo – March 10th, 2013


Puppets and People 

Drawing meaning and inspiration from a painted block of wood 

By Patrick Langston, The Ottawa Citizen August 7, 2012

Calgary_Herald-300x183Show taps into city’s love of puppetry

Stephen Hunt, Calgary Herald

Published: Thursday, September 22, 2011


Photo by Leah Hennel, Calgary Herald

Video: Clunk Puppet Lab

 Critics make their picks

 From puppets to opera, a year on Calgary stages

Published December 29, 2011  by Fast Forward Weekly writers in Theatre

by Fast Forward weekly writers in Theatre

No strings attached

Fledgling puppet company meets the world one puppet at a time
Published September 22, 2011  by Cadence Mandybura in Theatre