Morgan's Wonderland has introduced its first interactive puppet show. Hartman's House is the story of Hartman, a young boy in a wheelchair with a big heart and a big imagination. The show focuses on Hartman's adventures with his family and friends. The show presents a fun, humorous situation where the characters must face their differences; together, with help from the audience, they use imagination and inspiration to work through those differences and make each story a celebration of inclusion.
The Birthday Party
Hartman, his sister Holly, and their pet bird Rico are excited. Their friend Elisabeth is visiting, and today's her birthday, so they're planning a surprise party for her. Can they come up with a good plan for the party to make sure that everyone has a nice time?
It's Christmas time, and Hartman and his sister Holly are getting ready to see Santa. But Holly's priorities are in the wrong place. Can Hartman reach through to her and remind her of what the holidays are all about?
Hartman's House is available for performances at schools, churches, festivals, and other organizations who want to share the show's message of inclusion and friendship. For more information, please visit our Inclusion Outreach page.