When Diane Dupuy made herself a name by performing great puppet shows, she would get enthusiastic reviews wherever she went. Once Bill Cosby saw Diane's performance and moved by her performance he told her to consider black light theatre for her act. With this inspiration Diane decided to combine her two interests, interest of this black light theatre that she did not know of and love of working in the arts with disabled people. She found the Famous People Players in 1974 on 110 Sudbury Street, Toronto, ON and from then on the company has been inspiring audiences with their black light theatre acts consisting of life size puppets and props that Diane's mother herself made. I, myself thought the theatre was a great place and would recommend anyone of any age to go there.
As long as you have the imagination of a child or once being one you will be amazed by the act. I am now going to write about three elements or aspects I found strong or weak throughout the act, Rock Around the Clock which is an act which plays different plays with music from the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's. One of the best aspects of the show I thought was the puppets. They were bright, colourful and because they were bright and colourful, they were very catchy to the human eye. You could not miss them and your eyes just had to be focusing on them, what they were doing, and the show. You would get inspired, every time, of how different the puppets were.
From Elvis, to Poison Ivy the variety of the puppets also caught the attention of your eye. The last thing I liked about the puppets was that how each puppet was perfect with their song as in the skunk pair in the love song, or the Poison Ivy ion the Poison Ivy song. The puppets came in all shapes, colour, and sizes. An aspect which was almost perfect was the music. It had a great variety to the type as in romantic, action, adventure, etc. The next thing is that the music always fit in.