Goblin 2 was created for the Goblin dance in the production of The Snow Queen by Enchantment Theatre in Philadelphia. Mask Maker Jonathan Becker, in many ways, started his work making masks with Enchantment theatre. Masks, puppets, magic and illusion drive the company’s shows. Jonathan Created masks for 5 of their shows in the 90’s and still maintains a relationship with the company today.
There are 10 types of goblins in the world: Hobgoblins, Kol’ksu, Knocker, Hogboon, Trow, Tengu, Kobold, Kallikantzaros, Phooka and the Bogey. These range from tricksters that love to mess with humans, to evil water goblins that eat humans, to friendly, generous types, to creatures of the dark, to disruptive demons, to general wreakers of havoc. Goblins seem to exist to disturb and surprise humankind. Or do they exist at all?
Celebrate the existence of a goblin and buy a goblin mask today. Then you can dance your way to chaos and mayhem.