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Coyote Puppet Theatre set to perform at Zephyr Cove

The puppets are coming! Coyote Puppet Theatre will present “Are We There Yet?,” a Reading Road Trip puppet show on July 12. The performance will begin at 1:30 p.m. at the Douglas County Public Library, Lake Tahoe branch in Zephyr Cove Park.

“Are We There Yet?’ is an original puppet show created by Chris Bayer. Bayer has performed at the Brewery Arts Center in Carson City and around the state. The puppet show stars three cast members and three puppets. Roadway Rhonda and Cookie Coyote set out in their trusty car, Highway Hilda, to find the world’s largest bubblegum ball. Flat-tire Fred makes things difficult, but in the end they win him over.

The show includes lots of audience interaction. Everyone should come early and learn the show songs: “This Car is Your Car,” “Are We There Yet?,” “Roller Coaster Road,” “Click Clack Vroom” and “World’s Largest Bubblegum Machine.”



This special puppet program is sponsored by the Tahoe-Douglas Library League. For more information call the Lake Tahoe Branch Library at (775) 588-6411.


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