Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Good Knight on Broadway!! (Not really, but kind of...)

I am no stranger to roping other people's children into performing my stories.  Observe:
No...the horse is not dead.  He's just sleeping....I hope.
So, you cannot imagine how thrilled I am to see other folks performing Good Knight shows...and I didn't even have to twist any arms (or legs)!!

Here is a puppet show I stumbled upon:
This Good Knight has a mustache.  I kinda like it.
Erin at and her fellow conspirators put on this delightful Good Knight performance in June.  I really wish I could have been there!

And her friend Kat from Library StorytimeABCs is putting on a full show this month.  It will feature someone wearing this:
Well, hello there.

And look at the set:
The crumbly-tumbly tower has never looked so good!

Again, I am so incredibly thrilled that these libraries are using Good Night, Good Knight to get their youngest patrons excited about reading.  The Good Knight books really lend themselves to dramatic interpretation (or, if you are me, Overly-Dramatic Interpretation.)
Hello little dragons!
So, if your library or school decides to perform a Good Knight show,let me know!  I'd love to feature it on the blog.  (Get Well, Good Knight makes for an especially silly show, just so you know...sneezing and coughing and wizards, oh my!)

Only a few days until Comic-Con....waiting impatiently for my shirt to arrive.  I designed it is going to be rather interesting....if it comes out right.  IF IT GETS HERE!

Well, more on that, soon!

And I've got some Trinket news as well.  Soon!




Julie Dao said...

Awesome! How cool is it to see people's interpretations of your story?! That tower is amazing. And the knight in costume ain't so bad either!

Carolina M. Valdez Schneider said...

Oh my gosh, that's so cool!! I can imagine what a thrill it is to see people putting shows on of your book. Love it! I hope I come across someone putting a show on of Good Night, Good Knight. You know, I volunteer in a school library--I should talk to the librarian about this. Hmmm...

Tricia J. O'Brien said...

You can't beat that! I can't imagine how cool to know your stories are being performed. Sounds like your summer is rolling along just fine. :D

Jess said...

How cool! The set looks amazing (I kinda like the facial-hair-sporting knight puppet too). Wish our library did something on this scale!

Lydia Kang said...

More Trinket news, please!

That must be such a good feeling to see your story like this!

Anonymous said...

Way too awesome!

Christina Lee said...

Very cool-- we love our GOOD KNIGHT books in this house! Comic con?!?! Jealous!

Sherrie Petersen said...

How fun! Cute knight :P