Nick Barone Puppets

 

Holiday Treats
Puppets: Holiday Treats!

Holiday Treats is an original thirty minute Christmas show from Nick Barone Puppets. Filled with lovable and friendly monsters and six or more holiday-like songs, this comical story is designed to delight families and children of all ages.

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Puppets: Schnozzy and Kreepie

When Kreepie discovers he is presenting his Halloween show in December, he quickly pulls together a Christmas show. Kreepie and his monster friends present Holiday Treats, an all new musical variety Christmas show.

Holioday Treats is filled with everything you'd expect to see in a Christmas show! It's got a singing pumpkin, a skeleton pirate, lots of silly monsters and a crazy green cat.

There is only one way to improve upon O. Henry's classic story, "The Gift of the Magi" - retell it with robots. Two robots, PG-13 and N64, perform this heart-warming story of friendship.

With a few comical interruptions, Kreepie recites the classic poem, "Twas the Night Before Christmas". Later in the show, Kreepie attempts to reenact a scene from Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol".

Yarr Mateys! A skeleton pirate shows up and sings, "I Saw Three Ships" - of course, his song is all about pirate ships!

Puppets: Robots
Puppets: Randolph Randolph the Red-Eyed Monster, with the help of a stuffed reindeer and toy Santa, presents a new version of a familiar Christmas song.
For the big finale, Schnozzy sings "The Twelve Days of Christmas", which doesn't go quite as Kreepie had planned.

The whole show is wrapped up with Kreepie and Schnozzy singing "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". They want to wish everyone a Happy Hanukkah too, so they sing the super fun "Dreidel Song"!

The show might not always go as planned, but we all know, when it comes to Holiday Treats... it's the thought that counts.
Puppets: Kreepie and Bob

 

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Behind the Scenes

After the performance, Nick removes the stage curtains and demonstrates the puppets he designed and built specifically for his original production. Nick will demonstrate how he operated his puppets during the performance and explain a little about how he constructed them. Audiences are constantly thanking Nick after the performance for showing them how the show works. Many confess they enjoy the explanation afterwards as much as they enjoyed performance itself. This optional explanation add approximately10-15 minutes to the length of the presentation.



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