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The Lancaster Marionette Theatre is one of the few marionette theatres in America, located in Historic Downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Robert Brock, the founder and Artistic Director, keeps this unique art form alive and well. He creates all the...more
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What a wonderful show we saw at the Lancaster Marionette Theater on Saturday, December 22. My daughter treated us to this show along with her family which included six year old twins. Before the show we had a back stage tour by Robert Brock, owner...More
This little theater is very entertaining and very affordable. It’s nothing spectacular but you will be amazed at the talent and passion of one man. Mr Brock makes all the puppets and their costumes, does all the dialog, lighting, movements and set changes. It’s an...More
Be prepared for a fun adventure! Set in an adorable theater, you’ll experience an informative back stage tour and witness an impressive performance with marionettes all hand crafted by Robert Brock. This man is passionate about his marionettes and all aspects of theater which is...More
Robert Brock is a jewel and his theatre shows are an absolute “must” if you are in or around Lancaster for a day or more. Amazing talent, thoroughly enjoyable shows for any age group. Give it a try, you will ‘not’ be disappointed.
After a couple of years of seeing and enjoying all children's musical productions - we recently saw the grown-up production of "The Death and Life of Sherlock Holmes" which was excellently performed. It appears Mr. Robert Brock can do anything with his amazing marionettes! Looking...More
The sole creator and performer who makes this theater possible is multi-talented and passionate for his craft, The back-stage tour offers perspective into what happens before it is showtime. While this is appropriate for children, adults without children who appreicate the performing arts will consider...More
We did the Friday Morning show - Wizard of Oz production - we went early to do the back stage tour which is very interesting - play itself was excellent- would be great for children - had a good time - might repeat again !
This is the second time I took my grandkids, ages 7 and 5. They both enjoyed the show and talked about it afterward. The small theater makes for an intimate setting, so it's nice for young kids so they don't feel intimidated. I enjoyed Mr....More