Puppetry in Film, TV & Theatre

Troggg in "Heart of a Thousand Souls" - Photo by Robert Makol Photography

Troggg in “Heart of a Thousand Souls” – Robert Makol Photography, Luke Walker Productions.

We provide puppetry for theatre, film & TV projects – Short films, TV shows, commercials, music videos, and stage productions. Our blue monster star Troggg will appear in any production, or Brett Hansen can puppeteer characters that you have created.

If you have a cast of performers without puppetry experience, Brett can provide training and supervision on set.

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Examples of our film, TV and theatre puppetry (both as performer and trainer/supervisor) here:

Heart of a Thousand Souls – Short film written and directed by Luke Walker, and produced by Jessica Magro. Brett puppeteered Troggg in a few scenes:

Avenue Q – American Broadway stage musical conceived by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx. Brett provided puppetry training and performed as part of the 2012 Brisbane cast (co-puppeteering Trekkie Monster and Nicky), and puppetry training for the 2014 Brisbane cast too. Trailer for the 2012 Brisbane production:

 

Vox Poppin’ – Troggg’s street interviews video by Greg Kelly at Creative Clones:

The Late Nite Show – TV show on 31 Digital, created by Scott Black. Troggg appeared as a guest a few times:
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Showreel – TV show on 31 Digital, written by Matt Clayton, Clare Abbotts, Dani Bachinger, John Ryan, Catherine Tucker, Kristy Walker, and produced by Dan Randall. Production coordinator Brooke Matthews. Interview with Brett and Troggg:

 

CLUCK! Episode 1: The Cockblock of the Century – Web Series written by Lucy Nicklan, produced by Stephanie Walsh, and directed by Vincent Chen. Brett provided puppetry training, assistance and supervision on set for the two puppet characters (played by Jake Ashton and Kitty Gatling), puppeteered the main character in one scene, and puppeteered a tie being pulled into a paper shredder:

 

CLUCK! Episode 2: Fowl Behavior – Web Series written by Lucy Nicklan, produced by Stephanie Walsh, and directed by Vincent Chen. Brett provided puppetry training, assistance and supervision on set for the two puppet characters (played by Jake Ashton and Kitty Gatling), puppeteered the main character in one scene, and puppeteered a tie being pulled into a paper shredder:

 

CLUCK! Episode 3: Poultry in Motion – Web Series written by Lucy Nicklan, produced by Stephanie Walsh, and directed by Vincent Chen. Brett provided puppetry training, assistance and supervision on set for the two puppet characters (played by Jake Ashton and Kitty Gatling), puppeteered the main character in one scene, and puppeteered a tie being pulled into a paper shredder:

CLUCK! Behind The Scenes: The Puppets – Footage of Brett Hansen and Jake Ashton working with the puppets made by Lierre Beutel and Gemma Keliher: