Synonyms for puppet show

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"Perhaps I shall see you at your puppet show some evening," he said.

There was a puppet show with Patient Grizzle; and a stand where a monkey danced.

There was a great crowd of people, who were looking at a puppet show.

The chief character in a puppet show, hence the puppet show itself.

But Matty, too, had her niche, and it was permitted to her to pull some not unimportant wires in this puppet show.

On one side of the entrance was a puppet show, on the other a band of musicians, playing "Di tanti palpati."

He also was the manager of a theatrical company and had persuaded Mozart to compose the music to a puppet show for him.

It is described in the sub-title as A Puppet Show, and a definition of its form would probably be a dramatic lyric.

And, so dull is it in our service, that I would go to a puppet show far less fine and thank thee for the chance.'

A band of splendid music was sent for from the city, and large crowds of people called to look at him as if he were a puppet show.