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Adventure Time Character Mascot FINN!

Posted by on Oct 5, 2015 in Featured Article, Mascots, What is new | Comments Off on Adventure Time Character Mascot FINN!

Adventure Time Character Mascot FINN!

Our newest character mascot for birthday parties and events! FINN Mascot from adventure time! Full name: Finn the human, with his famous white, blue skin with green and blue bag. Known for being cute and awesome! =) Hurry! For bookings you can contact us at 9127748 / 6688644 / 09189370604 / 09175228100 or you can email us at roppetspuppet@yahoo.com. visit and like our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/puppetshows    ...

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Black Theater Show by Teatro Itim

Posted by on Jan 21, 2014 in Black Theatre Shows, What is new | 0 comments

Black Theater Show by Teatro Itim

Black theater show by Teatro itim Teatro itim is under Roppets edutainment production inc. that promotes the art of puppetry and using the different art forms to show the magic and delightful art of puppetry. Teatro itim is a group that performs mostly in theaters and auditoriums which are closed and can produce a dark atmosphere. Why dark? Usually, art performances needed bright lights, colorful lighting effects to illustrate scenarios and events. Some of them use lights to spot on a performer to get the attention of the audience. Teatro itim uses the black light technique in a total dark area or venue to produce the unique neon colored puppets while movements are visible without seeing the puppeteers. The manipulators, dressed in black velveteen, stand between the backdrop and the light curtain. They hold the puppets directly in front of themselves into the light curtain. Due to the imperfection of the human eye, sees only the brilliantly lit puppets against a field of black. The magic advantage to black theater is that the puppets are no longer bound to the stage floor. They can freely move in the vertical as well as horizontal planes and can appear and vanish without any technical problems. Teatro itim established in 2005, have discovered the wonders of puppetry and using live people, unique concepts and manufacturing their own neon color puppet designs. The group has been performing in different schools nationwide. It participated in the 2nd ASEAN Puppetry Festival held last February 2010 at the abelardo hall Auditorium at U.P. Diliman Quezon city and was featured in the Earth day Celebration of GMA 7 entitled: “One earth, One journey” TEATRO ITIM BLACK THEATER PLAY TITLES: Under the sea Dancing sticks Teatro itim band Forest king Stickman Moving skeleton Olympics in Black Heal the world This show is an enrichment of lesson in Science and Environment, Sports and Theater arts. LEARN THE ART OF BLACK THEATER TECHNIQUE Students will be able to: See the effect of luminous color against a black light Understand the reverse effect of black light Develop skills in theater art Discover talent in performing arts Study the art of puppetry in black theater technique Come up with other ideas on how to use luminous color in a play Understand the importance of lighting effect in a stage...

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Modern Puppetry in the Philippines

Posted by on Jun 4, 2013 in Featured Article, What is new | 1 comment

Modern Puppetry in the Philippines

Modern puppetry  in Southeast Asia presents an interesting and active phenomenon. It combines elements from traditional forms, particularly the shadow play as well as those derived from the west, with the new forms presenting a considerable range of influences from European puppetry in particular. At the same time, the region’s examples of modern puppetry manifest a great deal of ingenuity and originality. Yet modern puppetry was developed by Roppets Edutainment Production inc. in the Philippines to promote national culture, environmental awareness and moral values. Modern Puppetry in the Philippines The Philippines did not have a strong tradition of puppetry unlike some of it’s neighbors, Historical accounts mention the carillo (small cart) that was active in the late 19th century in Pampanga, Manila and Nueva ecija. Apart from that the connection between traditional and modern puppetry in that country is through huge papier mache figures known as higantes or giants. These are brilliantly costumed dolls, each controlled by one person inside the body, that may still be seen in Angono, Rizal, during the feast of San Climente. Types of Puppetry Today here is a wide range of types of puppetry in the Philippines, including marionettes or string puppets, rod puppets, hand puppets, giant puppets as well as table puppetry and black theater technique. Several of these newly created forms have been influenced by older genres of traditional Asian puppetry, particularly wayang kulit and the japanese bunraku doll puppet theatre. While immensely popular with local audiences of adults as well as children, Pilipino puppetry groups have participated in many international festivals as well as toured several countries. KARIKATUR or caricature is a newly developed talking hand puppet approximately 14 inches in height, made of liquid latex rubber and fabric. The rubberized mouth can be manipulated. In keeping with it’s names, the figure appears to be very funnybecause the head is proportionally much bigger than the body. String puppets are generally made of bamboo, and dressed in traditional costumes in abstract designs. In the Tali Galaw troupe the puppets represent Filipino heroes. Groups Significant examples of puppetry has been presented in the Philippines by several dynamic groups including Roppets Puppet Show, Tali Galaw Marionette group, Fancy magic show, Table puppetry by funny shows, Teatro itim black theater group, Papet karikatur and Giant puppets. Roppets Edutainment Production Inc. has been in the art of puppetry since 1987 and bringing innovation into puppetry with it’s “edutainment” method suggesting in the word the combination of education and entertainment. The company educates by enhancement of social, moral, academic, environmental and spiritual values to cater to these special needs of children by using different forms of puppetry. Some of it’s presentations are related to the subjects being taught in school such as; History, Panitikan, Sibika, Filipino, Kultura, Environmental science and health. Established in 1995 Tali Galaw was the first Filipino group conducting regular performances to promote and professionalize the art of marionette puppetry in the country. Dramatic Content Overall due to the many active groups in the Philippines and their different approaches to and use of puppetry, the dramatic repertoire, consisting of several hundred scenarios, manifests considerable variety demonstrating the use of indigenous materials as well as those borrowed from outside the Philippines. Roppets Edutainment Production Inc. has an extensive repertoire of scenarios or skits,usually divided into several categories. These includes disney puppet plays such as Alice in wonderland, Beauty and the beast, Pinocchio, Cinderella, etc. Items described as “Variety” smurf, Alvin and the chipmunks, Mr. bean, etc. Tagalog folktales as well as moral plays constitute the final category in Roppets Edutainment Production’s offerings. This includes christmas...

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