Greek Myths Puppet Shows
What's it like putting almighty Zeus on a stick? 6A students know. Several did just that when students made puppets of Greek Gods to be used in their original skit/puppet shows based on Greek mythology. Zeus fell in love with the snaky-headed Medusa because Cupid's arrow went astray. In another skit, Zeus tried to get Theseus and Heracles to duke it out, but the best buddies refused to betray their friendship even for the prize of immortality. The last skit involved Hercules in mortal combat with the Minotaur, with Kronos and Ariadne acting as his ultimate foils.
Many other famous and infamous characters made an appearance: the treacherous Sirens, a jealous Hera, the multi-eyed Argus, and the montrous Minotaur were just a few. Many thanks go to art teacher Tracy Cheney for the puppets and to drama teacher Sanjay Chandani for helping students rehearse their skits. We are grateful for 6B students, who were an appreciative audience.