The Ta Daa Lady Show, Ta Daa and Stumpy Show and Roving Sets are excellent for children and as well as adults.

 

 Stumpy the Puppet can be a show unto itself or part of the TA DAA LADY SHOW.

He, is always with Angela toTa Daa’s favorite puppet is Stumpy (although she loves all of her puppets). Stumpy comes along with her to most of her gigs. In the Nylon Zoo, he opens the event by getting the audience together, making the children laugh and singing songs. to get the children (and adults) involved in his silly, mixed-up songs and jokes. Any presentation with this lovable puppet is highly interactive and can last anywhere from five minutes to one hour and it can be presented in any location.

Stumpy is always with Angela in the Nylon Zoo. After all, he is her favorite puppet (although she loves all her puppets).

 

Stumpy comes along with her to most of her gigs. In the Nylon Zoo, he opens the event by gathering the audience together and  gets the children (and adults) involved in his silly, mixed-up songs and jokes.

 

Any presentation with this lovable puppet is highly interactive and can last anywhere from five minutes to one hour!

 

And to make it more fun, this event can be presented in any location and any occassion.

RECENT PERFORMANCES

The Ta Daa Lady & Stumpy show was presented on September 3rd for Queen’s Park Summer Event in New Westminster. 

The Ta Daa & Stumpy Show was presented in Queens Park Theatre in

New West B.C. on September 2023

The Stumpy Show was at Parkgate Community Festival 2023 in North Vancouver. The show also included one of Ta Daa’s Songs Wash it Away.

Ta Daa’s favorite puppet is Stumpy (although she loves all of her puppets). Stumpy comes along with her to most of her gigs. In the Nylon Zoo, he opens the event by getting the audience together, making the children laugh and singing songs. 

Below video is of Stumpy welcoming the audience before the NYLON ZOO. He adds a fun-loving puget show to get the audience warmed up.  This video below was filmed by Casey Mons in Kelowna B.C. at

The Fat Cat Festival