Dinosaurs as Thespians – Walking on Stage with Dinosaurs
Over the years we have supplied all sorts of dinosaur themed items to theatres, television studios and performing arts societies. Dinosaur models for use in a stage play, to advice on dinosaur footprints to cover the stage, even drawings to be blown up and used as back drops for various avant-garde theatre productions.
Now young dinosaur fans can have a go at forming their very own theatrical company with these bright and colourful dinosaur finger puppets. An ideal and inexpensive party favour bag item, a plastic, dinosaur finger puppet, or to be more precise a prehistoric animal finger puppet as a pterosaur (Pteranodon longiceps) is included.
The Dinosaur Finger Puppets
Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur
Also featured are finger puppet interpretations of theropods, hadrosaurs, pachycephalosaurs and sauropods – quite a few different designs, more than enough to help form your very own Jurassic theatre troupe, a great idea for schools. Suitable for children from aged 3 years and upwards, they are durable and fun, just the thing to get children’s imaginations going.
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All the favourites are there with puppets representing T. rex, Parasaurolophus, Triceratops and so on. Now all we need to do is think of some dinosaur or palaeontology themed plays.
How about – “The Mouse Lizard (Mussasaurus) Trap” or “A Winter’s Tail” featuring an Ankylosaurus, I’m sure William Shakespeare would not have minded a little bit of poetic licence on our part. Indeed to follow the Shakespearean theme a little longer how about “Much ado about Nothronychus”.
These plastic dinosaur finger puppets are sure to steal the scene.