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Storytime Playdate with Maggie
Sun April 19, 2020 @ 11:00 - 12:00
The whole family is invited to Maggie Winston’s (of Lost & Found Puppet Co.) storytime puppet show and play along!
Cozy up as Maggie’s puppet Bubbe tells the beloved children’s story “Something for Nothing” by Phoebe Gilman and other fun stories!
This event is open to parents and children of all ages. REGISTER HERE
How to connect: You’ll need internet access and a computer to join us for this virtual event. To access the Zoom link, please RSVP by registering on eventbright. The event is free and once you sign up, you’ll be sent the link to access the virtual workshop.
Lost & Found Puppet Co., now based in Montréal, QC (since 2016). Created in Vancouver, BC (2007) . Members of the company consist of Maggie Winston and any person joining it for any given project. L&FPCo. produces original performances, facilitates community engaged art projects, and teaches puppetry and performance workshops for various ages and abilities. They are dedicated to promoting the art of puppetry as a unique and valued art form everyone can experience.
L&FP Co. has toured throughout Canada, the USA and internationally at festivals, theatres and other venues.
Maggie Winston is a puppeteer and community engaged artist who facilitates transformative creative processes with an emphasis on inclusion and imagination. Originally from Baltimore, MD, USA, Maggie graduated from Carver Centre for Arts and Technology (MD, USA), she received a BA in Performance/Puppetry at Sarah Lawrence College (NY, USA), and trained at British American Drama Academy (London, UK). She received clown training at Fantastic Space Enterprises (BC, Canada).
Maggie is currently studying puppetry at l’Université de Québec à Montréal in the Diplôme d’études supérieures spécialisées (DESS) en théâtre de marionnettes contemporain. She is facilitating arts engaged projects at various schools through the ArtistInspire and ACE programs through the English Language Arts Network (ELAN). She also teaches theatre at Montreal Children’s Theatre.