- • Theatre
- Low Country
Trent Arterberry’s unique brand of physical theatre combines mime, storytelling, puppetry and audience participation. “A proven crowd-pleaser” (The Boston Globe), Arterberry has performed everywhere from New York’s Radio City Music Hall to the QE2 luxury liner. He has given thousands of performances at schools across the US and Canada, and currently offers three different educational programs for elementary, middle and secondary school audiences.
Also an active artist-in-residence, Arterberry has directed performances with upper elementary, middle and high-school students, including plays by Shakespeare, Dickens as well as contemporary and original works.
"Arterberry grabs children from his first entrance with an arsenal of body movements and self-generated sound effects ... In short episodes as a racing-car driver, a pilot, a robot, a digital dude, and a puppet named Mr. Bigg, he fascinates his young audience and involves them in trying some of his moves." —NOW Magazine, Toronto
"Arterberry's genius is two-fold — storytelling that doesn't patronize and the agility to make it vastly entertaining." —Monday Magazine, Victoria