Interactive Musical Puppet Shows Where
the Audience Becomes the Puppeteers
Children meet the creatures of the rain forests through songs
and puppets in Penelope Torribio’s delightful musical puppet show
The Rain is Coming.
Rain Forest Interactive Musical Puppet ShowGirl with Sloey the Sloth in The Rain is Coming, rain forest musical puppet show
Under the Blue Blue Sea, ocean ecology
1 World song by Penelope Torribio and a slide show of one of her shows.
From Penelope’s Ecological Outer Space Musical-“Out in Outer Space.”
Mera and Girl, Skirball, Los Angeles, Ca
Penelope Torribio with Dolphin and Eagle
Guardian of the Earth, mixed show:
Monkey and Aliens from Out in Outer Space
Did you know we were trashing our outer space.
That’s what this little space puppet show is about.
it features Ali-En, a little alien girl,
Ratty, a rat who is a scaredy cat
and a bunch of astro-ape who are
nearly out of control.
Penelope and Ali-en from the ecology musical, Out in Outer Space
Penelope with Ali En
Ratty from Out in Outer Space, space ecology
Interactive Puppet Displays
Penelope’s 1 World Music and Puppet has been a part of many events in Southern California giving audiences a chance to play with professional puppets.
Penelope creates puppet to teach about modern physics of Nassim Haramein
Dinosaur Dance, how not to become extinct
Penelope’s 1 World Music and Puppets enhances Utah, Dinosaur Days for the 3rd year in a row.
Snake Puppet at Alhambra Eco-fair
Penelope Torribio and Brad Stubbs at Los Angeles Music Festival
Blue and Bugsy, Women in Music Festival
Penelope teaching attendee about ventriloquism
Girls with snake puppet, Alhambra Eco-fair
Please visit our new site: 1 World Puppets for Peace
also 1 World Puppets, for world puppet displays and shows.
Penelope is a member of:
Unima, an international Puppetry Organization-please visit their site. UNIMA-USA.ORG
Penelope Torribio has over 600 puppets from around the world. She is noted for her marionette and shadow puppet show of the great epic, The Ramayana, beloved throughout S.E. Asia. She has performed at the Ramayana Festival, UCLA and the University of Arizona and Upland University as well as private functions, temples and in various places in India, Thailand and Indonesia. Her one woman show using various shadow puppets and marionettes took her seven years to write as she studied the Paranas, Upanishad and Vedas in preparation. Although her show is a family adaptation filled with song and humor as well as intrigue, she has been honored many times for her accurate adaptation of this sacred tale.