Bob Baker’s Marionettes with Winona Bechtle and Alex Evans

Date
Sun, Aug 28 | 6pm
Cost
FREE for members, Registration Required
$10 adults | $8 seniors, students, and youth
Location
Theater

Last year, we collaborated with Bob Baker Marionette Theater on an engaging and popular virtual presentation. This August, we are excited to welcome Bob Baker Marionette Theater’s Executive Director and Head Puppeteer Alex Evans and Director of Development and Community Partnerships Winona Bechtle for an in-person puppet show and exclusive presentation about Bob Baker and his legendary background in puppetry and animation.

On-Sale Information

Tickets for Bob Baker’s Marionettes with Winona Bechtle and Alex Evans are available as follows:

  • Walt's Circle members: Purchase tickets beginning Tuesday, August 2 at noon by emailing membership@wdfmuseum.org.
  • Supporter, Founding, and Friend-level members: Purchase tickets beginning Wednesday, August 3 at noon by emailing membership@wdfmuseum.org.
  • All member levels: Tickets available online beginning Thursday, August 4 at noon
  • Public (non-members): Remaining tickets available online beginning Friday, August 5 at noon

COVID Safety Information

For information on the museum's mask and vaccination policy, please visit our Welcome Back page.

About the Speakers

Winona Bechtle

Winona Bechtle serves as the Director of Partnerships at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater. Bechtle works to expand the reach of the Theater into the realms of music, art, design, and community programs, in addition to inviting organizations and businesses to develop unique programming with the Theater. She has been visiting the Bob Baker Marionette Theater since the age of five and has played an integral role in helping it flourish as a historic and sustainable nonprofit organization.

Alex Evans

Alex Evans serves as Executive Director and Head Puppeteer of the Bob Baker Marionette Theater in the Highland Park community of Los Angeles. Evans is honored to pull the strings of family fun for the past decade. After discovering Bob Baker through a curious Google search for "Los Angeles Puppetry," he was enamored from his first visit. He spends his days at the Theater doing whatever Happy the Birthday Dog tells him to do.

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