The New England Marionettes are coming home to Peterborough for the Autumn and Christmas seasons. Following their much heralded success at the 1998 Boston Summer Opera Festival, the New England Marionettes will return to their home theatre this fall with the production which took Boston by storm- Rossini's "The Barber of Seville."
"So unusual, they are just like real people."
Joyce Kulhawick,WBZ-TV Boston.

"Highly recommend. A must see."
Ron Della Chiesa,WGBH classical radio.

"The puppeteers use motion in combination with music to elicit surprisingly powerful emotion."
The Boston Globe.

"I laughed all the way through, and wished it were longer."
Frank Behrens, Entertainment Times.

A New England Family Holiday Tradition will continue, starting the Saturday after Thanksgiving as the New England Marionettes pull the curtain on the ever-popular "Amahl and the Night Visitors." For many New Englanders, the touching story of a little shepherd boy and his encounter with the three kings is a wonderful and still affordable part of the holiday season. And once again, the theatre will add a special holiday bonus at the conclusion of each performance.


10 Performances- September 19 - October 18
Saturday 8pm, Sunday 2pm

Adults $24, Seniors(66 and up) $22,Students $20
($2.50 processing fee per order)

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20 Performances -- November 28 - December 20
Saturday 1 pm, 3 pm, 5 pm; Sunday 1 pm, 3 pm

Holiday show for the entire family.
Approximately 50 minutes, no intermission.
All Reserved Seating

Adults $15, Children (under 12) $10
($2.50 processing fee per order)

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A portion of the ticket proceeds from every home performance
goes into our Environmental Echo program.

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