As we’ve been remembering the talented Muppet builder, designer, and performer Caroly Wilcox over this past week, we’re simply amazed as to how much she really accomplished and what her huge footprint was in the Henson legacy.
So of course, it’s a little saddening that we didn’t take a chance to speak with her while she was around. Thankfully, the National Capital Puppetry Guild sat down with Caroly for a terrific interview and spotlight on her career, published in the October, 2019 issue of Puppetimes.
We’re grateful that our friends at the National Capital Puppetry Guild have allowed us to share their interview with Caroly here on ToughPigs. Read on to learn all about how she got started with the Muppets, what it’s like right-handing for Frank Oz, and what happens when you put Miss Piggy on a horse.
Many thanks to the good folks at the National Capital Puppetry Guild for sharing this terrific interview with us!
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by Joe Hennes – Joe@ToughPigs.com