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It sounds like a cute show. Per the summary: “Tricksters will delight with this bilingual adaptation of a traditional Mexican folktale. Brother Coyote wants one thing and one thing only, to catch and eat one of Doña Conchita’s plump chickens. But quick-witted Sister Fox is always one step ahead of him, waiting to trick him with one of her clever schemes to keep all the chickens to herself! Spanish, English and yes…plenty of chickens.”
Tickets are regularly $16.50 each for nonmembers and $9.25 each for members. Want to see it on the cheap? You have a few ways to save:
- If you have an Atlanta Entertainment book, you’ll find BOGO all-inclusive ticket on page E53 of the 2013 edition. The online edition of the Entertainment book includes bonus BOGO coupons (valid for 14 days once you hit print); I could access the online coupons as soon as I ordered my book. FYI–Through January 22, 2013, Entertainment books are 35% off plus you’ll get free shipping.
- Thanks to a deal on AtlanTIX, you can get discount tickets to the January 12, 13, 19, & 20 performances of Brother Coyote and Sister Fox.
Want to skip the show & just check out the Jim Henson exhibitions & other puppets in the museum? From 1:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. on Thursdays, it’s free to tour the museum.
The Center for Puppetry Arts is located at 1404 Spring St. NW at 18th St., Atlanta.