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What do you get when you combine 1 puppeteer/actor, 5 pairs of shoes, 7 costumes, 3 wigs, 2 marionettes, 1 ostrich boa and a red feather headdress? The Lancaster Marionette Theatre’s popular production of “Divas & Dames - Kiss the Heels Good-bye.”

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People often say to me, "I have never been to a Marionette Show." If this is you....No excuses... head to the Lancaster Marionette Theatre. "Aladdin" plays Saturdays @ 7PM. Guided tour of the Museum and Back-Stage included with TIX lead by me, Robert Brock, the man behind the puppets, 20 minutes ...

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The cast of “The Wizard of OZ” are on stage waiting to perform Tuesdays & Fridays @ 11 AM.... the cast of “Aladdin” are waiting backstage preparing for their performance Saturday night @ 7 PM. Both shows continue through August 24. TIXS & INFO: LMT.Yapsody.com

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The cast of “The Wizard of OZ” are on stage waiting to perform Tuesdays & Fridays @ 11 AM.... the cast of “Aladdin” are waiting backstage preparing for their performance Saturday night @ 7 PM. Both shows continue through August 24. TIXS & INFO: LMT.Yapsody.com

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Max supervising work on NEW SL wing... John Durang Puppet Museum may not be fully open on Sat. But “Rumplestiltskin” will Spin straw into gold on Sat. @ 11 am.

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Elsa supervising work on NEW SL wing... John Durang Puppet Museum may not be fully open on Sat. But “Rumplestiltskin” will Spin straw into gold on Sat. @ 11 am.

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Work continues on the off-stage left wing space. Not sure if the John Durang Puppet Museum will be fully open this week but, “Rumplestiltskin” will spin straw into gold Sat. @ 11 am. TIXS & Info: https://lmt.yapsody.com/

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“Rumplestiltskin”
is spinning at the Lancaster Marionette Theatre
Opens Saturday May 4 - 25
Saturdays @ 11 AM
For Tickets & INFO: https://lmt.yapsody.com/
or by calling (717) 394-8398

The tale begins when the miller brags to the king that his beautiful daughter can spin straw into gold. ...

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Testimonials

4 months ago
This was a really fun family outing. You want to come early enough for pre-show tour. He is a great performing and really engaging. I didn’t know what to expect, but would come back for future shows.
- Matt E
11 months ago
An exquisite gem in the heart of Lancaster, this theater for both adults and children is at the highest levels of artistry. It's puppet museum is stunning, the shows are short but brilliant, and the visuals are unforgettable. Don't miss this Lancaster treasure!
- Lynn B
a year ago
I had a wonderful time. I found this little theater on a whim on Google looking for something special to go to, and it took me to this magical little esoteric theater with cherubs on the ceiling and gilded red velvet couches. It is covered in marionettes! I was immediately deeply in love. I had the pleasure of watching the sherlock show, and it was so enchanting and mesmerizing. This was such a treat, I can't wait to go back. Something about this theater feels like a magnet.
- Heather S

Art of the Marionette Is Alive & Well

Lancaster's Best Kept Secret... Many European cities have supported puppet theaters, but there are few resident theaters in the United States. It is said that puppetry is a dying art. Not so! The Lancaster Marionette  Theatre,  founded by Robert Brock in 1990, delights audiences of all ages with this ancient and unique art form.

Included FREE with your ticket, the John Durang Puppet Museum and Back Stage Tour 20 minutes prior to cutain.


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126 North Water Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
United States

Business Hours

Mon:Closed
Tue:Closed
Wed:Closed
Thu:Closed
Fri:Closed
Sat:6:30 – 7:00 PM
Sun:Closed
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