Using object theatre as a bridge between theatre, visual art and puppetry, Loren Kahn Puppet and Object Theatre brings to life a hilarious and magical world, delighting tiny children and provoking reflection in teenagers and grownups. We’ll help you plan the perfect show or workshop for your organization, whether it’s a theatre, school, library, hospital, community center, day care center, or other venue. Community residencies may include family shows, school shows, and classroom presentations relating to class topics or themes.
Shows and workshops available in English, French, German, and Spanish. Performing for events ranging from birthday parties to international festivals. Information packets, videos, and DVDs available.
To find out more about the kinds of shows we perform, visit our performance catalogue and get details about all of our object and puppet shows. You can see photos and some video there as well. Our education section details some of the programs we have available specifically for use in a broad range of classroom and educational settings. Naturally, our tour pages present current information about where we are performing and when (we are probably coming soon to a country near you!). And check out our news page for our most recent updates.
left top: "Billy Goat Ballad" video edit
right top: "What a Choice!" video edit
Video highlights of our work. Click the thumbnails to view snippets of some of our performances. You will need the free Quicktime player to play these.
The Loren Kahn Puppet & Object Theatre has been funded by the City of Albuquerque's Urban Enhancement Trust Fund, McCune Charitable Foundation, the Albuquerque Community Foundation, New Mexico Arts, and Bernalillo County.
August 15, 2012 2012 -2013 Looking forward to the coming season, we have grants from the McCune Foundation, New Mexico Arts and...
August 15, 2012 Autumn 2012 Good news! Still here, with a lot going on: - We look forward to going to Berlin in September, 2012,...
August 15, 2012 "String" at the Symphony Soundbridge in Seattle, Wa. Nov 18, 2012 We are pleased to announce that "String," will be performed by Mary Margaret Moore at the Symphony Soundbridge...