The Bob Baker Marionette Theater, founded by Bob Baker and Alton Wood in 1963, is the oldest children’s theater company in Los Angeles and the longest-running puppet theater in the United States. As soon as you step through the doors you are transported into a magical realm frozen in time. Be prepared to be swept off your feet and surrender your age as soon as the artfully designed marionettes come to life. At the end of every show, the theater offers free ice cream and coffee in the birthday party room opposite the main theater where Bob Baker is available to chat and show you how to operate a marionette.
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The Bob Baker Marionette Theater, 1345 W 1st St, Los Angeles, United States
Current city: Los Angeles
Jennifer Juniper Stratford is a photographer and video artist struggling daily in her love/hate relationship with the movie making industry that is explored through photographic series and the production of cult movies. Rather than rely on the latest technological advancements, she bends technology in service of art by using a mixture of current, analog and practical photography to create new dimensions in media.
 

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