Rosalyn Learns How to Misbehave: A Zoom Puppet Story

Ramon Abad and the Bindlestiff Studio Puppet Crew present a kid-friendly live stream puppet performance with about 9 artists/storytellers via Zoom.

This event was originally set to occur at Bindlestiff Studio with children from SOMA Pilipinas and beyond exploring the art of modern puppetry. Ramon planned to guide the youth to write their own stories and to make their own puppets which they would perform live.

Now you can celebrate the festival’s theme of “kinship” during this fun-filled afternoon with the whole family and kids 5-11 years old in your own home!

Rosalyn Learns How to Misbehave: A Zoom Puppet Story

June 6, 2020 at 2-2:35pm via Zoom. 

This event will be recorded and uploaded to YouTube and other social media platforms. 

Participating Artists

Ramon Abad is a Filipino American puppeteer, artist, and teacher. He makes his own puppets and has performed traveling puppet shows at various Filipino American festivals like UNDISCOVERED. He was a company member of theater groups like Bindlestiff Studio’s tongue in A mood and Larry Reed’s ShadowLight Productions.

Aureen Almario is Bindlestiff Studio's Artistic Director, a SFSU Asian American Studies teacher and a member of the Granny Cart Gangsters (an all-female Asian American comedy sketch troupe).

Oliver Wijayapala is an actor from San Francisco and works as the Out of School Time Programs Director in San Francisco's Chinatown.

Velasco Arts is an arts and culture family comprised of Omz, Lorna, Zoe, and Rzo living in Seattle by way of San Francisco.

Nicolette Dionisio is a Bindlestiff volunteer prop maker and graphics artist, Registered Nurse, and Geek Show troupe member.

Dino Ignacio is a designer, maker, dad and husband.

Nina Ignacio first learned puppetry from Ramon in a workshop at the Bindlestiff Alley and went to do more shadow puppetry for various Bindlestiff productions.

Julie Kuwabara is a Bay Area actor and is a member of Granny Cart Gangstas.

Thomas Paras is a Bindlestiff volunteer writer and producer, endurance athlete, craftsman, geek. 

Alexis Dayers is a mom, Bindlestiff volunteer writer, actor and member of Granny Cart Gangsters.

Joel Cammarata is a dad, architect, pen plotter and bread-making hero.

Event Sponsors

San Francisco Arts Commission
SF Grants for the Arts
California Arts Council
San Francisco Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development - SOMA Stabilization Fund
San Francisco Department of Children, Youth & Their Families.


June 06, 2020 at 2pm - 2:35pm
Zoom Live Stream
San Francisco, CA
United States
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