Allie Mac Kay becomes a puppeteer at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater. Allie shows her puppet doing one of her favorite moves, the kickball change.
The Bob Baker Marionette Theater has been entertaining children of all ages since its inception in 1960. At that time, Bob Baker and his business partner Alton Wood turned a scene shop in Los Angeles into the family entertainment landmark that it is today. The theater has an inventory of nearly three thousand puppets with just about everything from robots that light up, to dancing frogs, to egg laying chickens. Baker’s marionettes have entertained nearly seven hundred thousand people since the theater’s opening.
‘Something To Crow About’ is currently playing. Come join Mama and Papa Goat and 100 more of the world famous Bob Baker Marionettes for a musical “Day on the Farm” you will never forget. Everything from dancing scarecrows to tap dancing bullfrogs warbling “Shine On Harvest Moon”, “Something To Crow About” is guaranteed to put a smile on children of all ages!
The Bob Baker Marionette Theater
1345 West First Street
Los Angeles, 90026