Citizens For A Better Norwood

Wednesday, July 07, 2010

Invitation to free Mad Cap Puppet Show this Friday

The Caleb Tate Fuller Foundation extends a special invitation to the community to attend a free Mad Cap Puppet Show on Friday July 9th at 7:00 pm at the Norwood High School Mini auditorium, 2020 Sherman Avenue. Mad Cap Puppets is a twenty-nine year old, nonprofit, national touring company that creates original shows with giant puppets. Based here in Cincinnati, Madcap brings the thrill of live theater to more than 200,000 children and their families around the country each year.

Mad Cap's founder, the late Jerry Handorf, studied art and design in New York, then worked with Jim Henson, the creator of the Muppets and was a puppeteer on Sesame Street. He returned to Cincinnati and founded the Mad Cap Puppets with Beth Kattelman.

Please join us for this special performance of Annie Oakley's Wild West Show as the hilarious characters and spine-tingling stunts bring American history to life like never before. The only thing taller than these giant tales are the giant puppets in this production! Nonperishable food donations are being accepted for the Norwood food pantry but are not necessary to attend the performance. For additional information you can contact Joyce McDowell, Community Liaison for the Caleb Tate Fuller Foundation at 513-236-2838.