Two brave tailors, Greta and Rebecca, decide to outwit the vain Emperor and save their country from ruin. In this updated version of the Hans Christian Andersen classic, the Emperor has closed all the shops — he’s using them to store his clothes! He has even closed the school to use the children’s desks for his jewelry. Two brave tailors, Greta and Rebecca, decide to outwit the vain Emperor and save their country from ruin. They’ll need a little help from you, the audience, to convince him that his invisible clothes exist!
All ages welcome, recommended for 3+
Sat Aug 19 | 10:30 am & 1:00 pm
Tickets are Tickets are $14.50/general admission, $11/members, $3/Card to Culture
About the Artist:
Maggie Whalen is the creator of Magpie Puppets, a one-woman hand puppet theater based in Stoneham, Massachusetts. She has been creating and performing puppet shows for children since 1969. In 1971, she founded and directed Poor People’s Puppets in NYC, which performed in its own storefront theater from 1971-1974. In addition to performing, Maggie has created puppets for theater and film. She has taught puppet-making workshops at schools, community centers, and even at Club Med! She was featured in an episode of Curious George on PBS. Maggie is a member of the Boston Area Guild of Puppetry.
Contact the Box Office:
617-731-6400 x 101
August 19, 2023, 10:00 am
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