puppeteer

(redirected from Puppeteering)
Also found in: Thesaurus.

pup·pet·eer

 (pŭp′ĭ-tîr′)
n.
One who entertains with and operates puppets or marionettes.

puppeteer

(ˌpʌpɪˈtɪə)
n
(Theatre) a person who manipulates puppets

pup•pet•eer

(ˌpʌp ɪˈtɪər)

n.
1. a person who manipulates puppets.
v.i.
2. to work as a puppeteer.
[1925–30]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.puppeteer - one who operates puppets or marionettespuppeteer - one who operates puppets or marionettes
performer, performing artist - an entertainer who performs a dramatic or musical work for an audience
Translations

puppeteer

[ˌpʌpɪˈtɪəʳ] Ntitiritero/a m/f

puppeteer

[ˌpʌpɪˈtɪər] nmarionnettiste mf

puppeteer

nPuppenspieler(in) m(f)

puppeteer

[pʌpɪˈtɪəʳ] nburattinaio/a
References in periodicals archive ?
We were astounded - no-one has ever accused me of anything like that in all my years of puppeteering.
There is nothing outside of puppeteering in my life.
They were then taught simple puppeteering moves which they all performed with their own hand-made TV sock puppets.
Baird was his long-time puppeteering hero and creator of the Lonely Goatherd marionettes for the fantastically successful Sound of Music film starring Julie Andrews.
Often, people don't even realize that they are seeing puppeteering, but it is gaining recognition.
His first puppeteering gig turned out to be on the serious side.
She is drawn to the puppeteer's stage as if by magnetism, and she is suddenly determined to learn the art of puppeteering.
I'm lucky having two jobs I really like and sometimes use my puppeteering skills in my pastoral work.
Children can take part in the Puppeteers in Progress program, which aims to nurture and develop their puppeteering skills using day camps, workshops arid field trips.
com network not only provides a conduit for information, it also provides a remote link to the Creature Shop's digital puppeteering system.
Additionally, Jim Henson's Creature Shop has received two Academy Awards for the visual effects and animatronic builds for the 1996 smash Babe, and the invention of the Henson Performance Control System--a powerful, custom-built puppeteering mechanism.
This was puppeteering as it had rarely been seen before in mainstream theatre - in your face and larger than life.