AUSTIN (KXAN) - Emmy-nominated puppeteer Leslie Carrara-Rudolph is bringing Wake Up Your Weird to the Scottish Rite Theater this weekend.
Carrara-Rudolph, who is Sesame Street's Abby Cadabby, brings her puppet pal Lolly Lardpop to teach children the important of creative thinking.
"If I could wrap up a living gift for the children of this world, it would be this show, this way of navigating life creatively," Carrara-Rudolph said. "My mission is to help the young and young at heart discover their true joy and celebrate their individuality through the arts."
The show combines original songs, short videos, puppetry, pink monkeys and Sasquatch to give the main character, Lolly, a chance to "rethink her thinking." The target audience is age 8 and up.
For more on the show, you can go here.
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