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Marionettes are operated with the puppeteer hidden or revealed to an audience by using a vertical or horizontal control bar in different forms of theatres or entertainment venues.
They have also been used in films and on television.
There are numerous other companies including, Buchty a Loutky ("Cakes and Puppets") founded by Marek Bečka.
Until 2012, the Salzburg Marionette Theatre was under the artistic direction of his granddaughter, Gretl Aicher, who commented on her lasting interest in marionettes, "What then is the fascination of a life with marionettes? The appeal of mastering an 'instrument' to the point of virtuosity? For me, it is the process of empathizing with mind and soul, of feeling at one with music and movement that bring these much loved creatures to life.In the UK the renaissance of Marionettes during the late 19th and early 20th century was driven by W. Whanslaw and Waldo Lanchester, two of the co-founders of the British Puppet and Model Theatre Guild.The only purpose-built UK marionette theatre is The Harlequin Puppet Theatre (built 1958) in Rhos on Sea, North Wales, Founded by Eric Bramall FRSA and continued by Chris Somerville.In Scotland, Dr Malcolm Knight has championed the art form and over the last 25 years the Scottish Mask and Puppet Centre has acted as a catalyst, a lead agency, and as a resource centre for all those with an interest in mask and puppet theatre.In Austria the Salzburg Marionette Theatre was founded in 1913 by Professor Anton Aicher.