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"Avenue Q" at Spotlight theatre(Aust)

Discussion in 'Puppet News' started by muppetperson, Feb 27, 2011.

  1. muppetperson

    muppetperson Well-Known Member

    Congratulations to MuppetCentral's Keeermit(Jarrod Boutcher) for his work and involvement in presenting an Australian version of
    "Avenue Q".Keeermit not only made all the puppets, but also performed Trekkie Monster AND was the Puppeteer trainer AND Assistant Director.Well done and a great theatre debut.
  2. MuppetCaper

    MuppetCaper Active Member

    I am really happy for him. He has SO much talent and potential. I totally praise him in all his hard work. Congrats Jarrod....you deserve it!
  3. Adam Kreutinger

    Adam Kreutinger Active Member

    I saw some pictures. It looks great. Great work.

  4. Keeermit

    Keeermit Active Member

    thanks guys - yeah was a great experience! full crowds everynight such a great atmosphere - I have put some photos up on my blog , you can click on the link below to see them

  5. davidmartiste

    davidmartiste Member

    Most awesome Jarrod! As if we didn't already know - you totally rock my friend.
  6. The Shoe Fairy

    The Shoe Fairy Active Member

    The puppets look fan-tabby-hooby in this production. I haven't seen the production due to geographical-ness, but from what I have heard and seen I think Jarrod deserves a round of applause.
    Slightly off topic, but speaking of Australia - does anyone know of puppetry slams happening down here?

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