Mouse puppets created for Prologue Theater’s production of “Tatijana In Color.”  Each puppet is made from felted wool with a Sculpey under-structure for their heads and ADORABLE feet. The puppets were meant to be capable of various stunts, one had a removable head, and looked more stiff and dead. The other puppet had a string attached so it could be used to achieve a running motion by dragging your hands away from you. This is a larger scale version of an old carny trick where the performer attaches an invisible wire to their shirt and makes a tiny mouse seem to run along the tops of their hands.



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