Glass Half Full Theatre

Originating in Paris in 2003, Glass Half Full focuses on blending cultural forms to tell universally appealing, visually captivating tales. Combining the mediums of physical theatre and puppetry, they seek to take stories from one part of the world and transport them to new locales. The company has performed both in site-specific and theatrical venues in Europe and across the United States.

Trouble Puppet Theater

Founded in 2004, Trouble Puppet strives to bring revolutionary puppetry to the public. Productions can be found in bars, theaters, and anywhere else ne'er-do-wells and revolutionaries congregate.

Past subjects include the Haymarket Riot, the Gunpowder Plot, and explorations of man's inhumanity to man (and beast) through Frankenstein and Upton Sinclair's The Jungle.

Puppet Slam Network

Spearheaded by IBEX Puppetry, The Puppet Slam Network aims to catalogue, connect, support and raise awareness for the Puppet Slam Nation.

The Puppet Slam Network fosters connections in the growing field of independently produced puppet slams, cabarets, and showcases, so that puppet artists know where they can perform, venues can find puppet artists, and audiences can enjoy this intimate, tactile and compelling form of entertainment.