For information about Speakeasy Dollhouse please click HERE.


Cynthia von Buhler will be signing books at NYC's Comic Con in October.

More info soon....

Neil Gaiman introduces Cynthia's latest book, Evelyn Evelyn, A Tragic Tale in Two Tomes. This book is for adults, not children.


The Countess & Her Cats Exhibit, The Mark Twain House & Museum, October 2012

Did you know that Mark Twain loved cats? His cats had fantastic names like Pestilence, Satan, Sin, and Famine.

Fans of Cynthia von Buhler's children's book sets and characters will be able to see her work in person once again. This time they will be on exhibit at The Mark Twain House and Museum in Hartford, CT. We will post more information soon.

Above: Cynthia von Buhler has exhibited her sets at The Nassau County Museum of Art (Long Island, NY), The Staten Island Museum of Art (Staten Island, NY), The Society of Illustrator's Museum (NY, NY), The Carrozzini von Buhler Gallery (NY, NY), and Books of Wonder (NY, NY).

A drawing by Mark Twain titled "Morning Song."

A painting which hangs in Mark Twain's home.

Mark Twain's home in Hartford, CT.


Fairy Tales (with a Twist!) at Portland Stage

But Who Will Bell the Cats? will be presented as part of Portland Stage's Theater for Kids on April 23rd at 10:30.

Once upon a time...they all lived happily ever after. Or did they? Join Theater for Kids as we explore the realm of twisted fairy tales and fractured fables. Watch our professional actors turn traditions upside down during the readings, then work on your own fairy tale reinvention during an interactive workshop!

April 2 - The Amazing Bone by William Steig
April 9 - Cinder Edna by Ellen Jackson
April 23 - But Who Will Bell the Cats? by Cynthia von Buhler
April 30 - The Frog Prince Continued by Jon Scieszka

Theater workshop series starts Saturday April 2nd at 10:30 AM. Sign up your child for the whole series of five readings + workshops or choose your favorite, $60 for the series or $15 each. Click here for a registration form, email or call 207-774-1043 x117 with questions or to sign up.

Click here for Portland Stage's Theater for Kids website.