Tales from Bucket Gulch

Tales from Bucket Gulch Wump Mucket Puppets puppet show
Tales from Bucket Gulch Wump Mucket Puppets puppet show
Tales from Bucket Gulch Wump Mucket Puppets
Tales from Bucket Gulch Wump Mucket Puppets Sarsaparilla the Cow

Tales from Bucket Gulch client comments

“Wump Mucket Puppets visited the Lawrenceburg Public Library District this week for two spectacular shows!  Terrence was great to work with  the puppets were a hit! There was a meet and greet after the show  where Terrence got to interact with each of the kids and he handed out  coloring pages, and it was clear to see the enthusiasm he has for his  profession.”

Amanda Mosby, Children’s Programmer, Lawrenceburg Public Library District


“Thank you so much for coming and performing for our group.  Your program fit well with our theme for the week.  Your show was engaging for all ages, including the adults.  The story lines were thought-provoking and even included some humor.  We also appreciated the time you took after the program to answer our questions.” 

Christy Smith, Director, South Connection/Oakwood School District

Tales from Bucket Gulch show info

Tales from Bucket Gulch is a western-themed puppet show hosted by Jacqui the Jackalope along with cowpokes Coleman and Reg and Unka Unka the caveman.  It’s sure to get the audience hootin’ and hollerin’ with our original songs and silliness, there’s even a dance break!  Featured stories include:

The Biscuits That Covered Bucket Gulch – This segment is told by Miss Jacqui as a storyteller, spinning the yarn of a crafty stranger from the city who has the recipe for the world’s best biscuit, and how the folks of Bucket Gulch work together to help out the hapless hotel owner.

A Visit to a Gold Mine with Unka Unka the caveman and his helper Kitty, as they dig up laughs from the audience.

The Cow Who Wouldn’t MOO! – A tale of two cowpokes Coleman and Reg, and their stubborn cow Sarsaparilla.  Coleman wants to be a champion wrangler.  Reg wants to find gold, and Sarsaparilla has dreams of being an opera star!  How will they follow their dreams in the West?

For children ages 3-10, families, and seniors  

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

Performance fee $275, travel fee additional.  Add a second show at the same location on the same date for $225

Load in / Set-up time required: 1 hour     Strike / Load-out time required: 45 minutes

Press/Media for Tales from Bucket Gulch

Radio interview on WVXU 91.7 FM Cincinnati June 1, 2018. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

Television interview on WKRC Local 12 Cincinnati June 5, 2018. CLICK HERE TO WATCH

Television interview on WTVQ ABC 36 Lexington KY June 25, 2018. CLICK HERE TO WATCH

Interview of Terrence Burke in Bay State Parent Magazine Boston MA August 2018 CLICK HERE TO READ