Animations Online is a web-based magazine for contemporary puppetry and object theatre. We explore the full spectrum of practice, ranging from traditional puppetry to experimental visual theatre, art and film.
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Lori Hopkins writes PCT an article about how she views the future of the beloved string puppet and why she thinks marionette theatre is becoming more scarce.MORE INFORMATION
Luckily for us, Norwich Puppet Theatre released some last minute tickets for Julian Crouch's Birdheart on 10th February and first in line was one of our reviewers Addya Panayiotou.MORE INFORMATION
20 Stories High and Theatre-Rites have joined forces to create a unique mash up of hip-hop, theatre and puppetry and Roxana spoke to two of the creatives behind this collaboration, Keith Saha and Mohsen Nouri.MORE INFORMATION
A review of The Ugly Duckling by Thingumajig Theatre at The Little Angel Theatre.MORE INFORMATION
Our review of Figurentheater-Tuebingen's Wunderkammer as part of The London International Mime Festival.MORE INFORMATION
Roxana chats and laughs with Frank Soehnle of Figurentheater Tübingen ahead of their sold out show Wunderkammer this week at the Barbican.MORE INFORMATION
A review of Kite by The Wrong Crowd at Soho Theatre last week.MORE INFORMATION
Mervyn interviews Bonnie Mitchell and Rachael Canning the co-directors of The Wrong Crowd talking about their show Kite and their making process as their appear this year at the London International Mime Festival.MORE INFORMATION
We meet with a relatively new company to discuss their next show and how support is integral in the world of puppetry.MORE INFORMATION
A mechoncholic tale of fishing and family estrangment with a beautiful constructed aesthetic.MORE INFORMATION