Bee Happy

Bee Happy Wump Mucket Puppets
Bee Happy Wump Mucket Puppets

Bee Happy show info

Bee Happy is a lively performance featuring puppet stories that promote keeping our world cleaner and learning about the world of bees. 

Coleman’s Green Team – Our furry friend Coleman the Sasquatch shares simple things that Witch Willie (and our young audience) can do to “be Green” by not being a litterbug, and take better care of our world.

Flower Fun with Unka Unka the caveman planting a flower garden on the puppet stage!  Can he do it?

Bee Happy – Features Space Princess G’Wizzl visiting The Queen Bee to learn how bees help us, and how we can help them.  This story will get kids up and dancing to a bee dance!

For children ages 3-10, families, and seniors  

Run-time 30 minutes.  Meet & Greet session follows the performance.

Performance fee $400, travel fee additional.  Add a second show at the same location on the same date for $300.

Load in / Set-up time required: 90 minutes     Strike / Load-out time required: 45 minutes

Indoor performance only

Bee Happy client comments

“I really enjoyed “Bee  Happy” presented by Wump Mucket Puppets.  I did not expect to get a chance to dance during the show! “Bee Happy” is fun, creative, and educational.  It’s a very good show for kids to learn about the bees and the environment.” 

Lan Gao, Senior Department Librarian Youth Services Department, Cleveland Public Library


“Absolutely fantastic! Our PreK-2nd-grade students loved this show. It is creative, entertaining, engaging and tells a very important message. Our school’s focus is Global Conservation and we have a strong anti-bullying focus as well. This show aligned perfectly with our curriculum. We look forward to having Wump Mucket Puppets at Rockdale Academy again.” 

Ashley Garland, Rockdale Academy, Cincinnati Public Schools

PRESS/MEDIA for Bee Happy

Television interview on WCPO Cincinnati July 10, 2017.  CLICK HERE TO WATCH

Radio interview on WVXU Cincinnati July 7, 2017.  CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

Interview with Terrence Burke in the Andover Townsman newspaper June 22, 2017.  CLICK HERE TO READ