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Atlanta Puppet

Peter and Mary Ann Hart of Atlanta Puppet


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Peter & Mary Ann Hart

Peter and Mary Ann Hart make up the dynamic team of Atlanta Puppet. They have both been listed in their careers as Approved Artists and their puppet programs have been approved by Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs,The South Carolina Arts Commission, the Fulton County Arts Council, and Young Audiences/Woodruff Arts of Atlanta.

During the summer months, Peter travels solo throughout the Southeast presenting programs at libraries, summer camps, festivals, and corporate events. The performances he presents for Summer Vacation Reading Clubs are setting new standards at libraries for quality, production value, audience appeal, and professional presentation.

Peter has long been regarded as one of the finest and skillful professional puppeteers in the South. His exceptional talents have received praises from audiences at Walt Disney World / Epcot, the Georgia Governor's Mansion, Six Flags Over Georgia, Centennial Park, the 1996 Olympics, and in Europe. He has performed as Head Puppeteer in over 70 different professional puppetry productions that have won 4 International Awards from UNIMA.

Mary Ann is a skilled professional performer whose talents include puppetry, mime, theatrical movement, and the circus arts. She is a Certified Instructor with the National Discipline Based Arts in Education Program (DBAE).

Not only does Atlanta Puppet provide puppet shows and workshops for a wide variety of venues, Peter and Mary Ann have also constructed and performed puppets for the Cartoon Network, Burger King, the Tourism Bureau of Quebec, Canada, Turner Broadcasting, the United Way, Coca Cola and other corporate clients.

Our Motto has always been
"A Splendid Time Is Guaranteed For All!"

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