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Part of the band

Part of the band

In the last few days of the theatre production we have been recalling how this project began four years ago and how many times we were told, it could never work, that we couldn't have a main character, the show's hero, who didn't talk, didn't say a word. But Tim, along with Dead Puppet Society always believed it could, and with a team of artistic genius, we all gave our best, to make Tim's dream real. The beliefs of our hero were more powerful than any words that could be spoken, no one on our team ever doubted that. Laser Beak Man and Tim's world is all about happiness and love and equality and no one left the theatre not knowing that. Last night, at the last show of this season Sam Cromack of Ball Park Music and Nicole Neil our stage manger presented Tim with these gifts from all the cast and crew, perfect symbols of what this production is all about, Tim received his uniform just like all the other cast members and his own electric guitar so he could play with the band always, just like he has most days of the production. And in one emotion packed moment as the gifts were opened and the joy was shared, we showed the world what a real hero is, it is not in the words that are spoken, it is in the leadership of taking others to a better place, that is what Tim does everyday, Tim's endless hugs, his kind words, his willingness to share the love in his heart make him the biggest hero we know. It doesn't seem that long ago that I had a four year old little boy who I was always being told would never speak and had to go "over there" and now his message,is more powerful than any words and so many want to walk with him and into the wonderful world that is his.We did it together and Tim is the hero, just because he is always Tim. Thank you to each and every one of our open hearted, loving, good heroes of the entire team, you made something really important and we did it together and with love and the greatest gift of all is love, it will always remain. bring on the world tour!

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Saturday 30th September 2017    


An Epic night at the theatre

An Epic night at the theatre

27th September the entire theatre was bought out by Mr. Stuart Giles and his wife Cathie Reid to celebrate his birthday with family, friends, colleagues and raise support for AEIOU Foundation for Children with Autism. Stuart and Cathie have supported and assisted the development of Laser Beak Man and this theatre production from the very beginning, we are proud and thankful for our association. So wonderful for them to now see it on the stage at such a fun celebration. An incredibly generous act and one of our best nights yet of this season of Dead Puppet Societys Laser Beak Man. Thank you Stuart we are honoured you had your filthy disgusting birthday with us. An #epic night at the theatre.

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Wednesday 27th September 2017     #epic #theatre #icongroup #birthday #laserbeakman


The Cast of Laser Beak Man visiting Lady Cilento Childrens Hospital Brisbane

The Cast of Laser Beak Man visiting Lady Cilento Childrens Hospital Brisbane

Today some of the cast and stars of Laser Beak Man visited Lady Cilento Childrens Hospital and delighted some super hero kids when they got to meet the puppets and see some happy magic happen. The hospital also has a collection of Tim's art on permanent exhibition, so it was a joy to show it to our actor friends. . Thanks for the invitation Dr. Honey Heussler . A fun and moving day if you ever think you are having a tough day think of the kids. Dead Puppet Society production of the theatre show Laser Beak Man .

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The Weekend Edition - Laser Beak Man

The Weekend Edition - Laser Beak Man

The Weekend edition photos of the Laser Beak Man stage production arrivals and all the fun.

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The Daily Review - Laser Beak Man

The Daily Review - Laser Beak Man

The Daily review talks all about Laser Beak Man the stage production by Dead Puppet Society

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In the Guardian-Laser Beak Man how an artist with autism created his own super hero

In the Guardian-Laser Beak Man how an artist with autism created his own super hero

Today in the Guardian A great story about Tim, and Dead Puppet Societys Nick and David creating the most wonderful world of happiness inclusion and equality. People around the world are paying attention to how successful this collaboration is, no labels or limits in this production just the joy of Tim and the incredible talent of a team of about 35 people, lead by the beliefs and goodness of Dead Puppet Society that "Power City is open to all." The message is clear "You have never seen a show like this." for lots of reasons. Season ends next Saturday.

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Blue Curtain review the Beak and the Beautiful


The complete programme for Laser Beak Man the stage production

The complete programme for Laser Beak Man the stage production

Available online the complete programme for the stage production of Laser Beak Man.

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