Meet Natasha Lance Rogoff – the executive producer of Russia’s Sesame Street co-production, Ulitsa Sezam!
Dave Goelz delighted an audience of Muppet fans at a Q&A at the Center for Puppetry Arts. Here’s a full report!
All the highlights from a fascinating bus tour of Jim and Jane Henson’s Maryland.
Meet Stoph Scheer, a nonbinary trans woman puppeteer whose credits include recreating classic Henson bits and making Lips dance!
Meet Morgana Ignis, the “enthusiastically transgender” puppeteer behind Earth to Ned’s titular alien and other Henson characters.
My Morning Jacket almost served as the band behind the Electric Mayhem. But do their songs sound sufficiently Mayhemian?
Am I being presumptuous? Perhaps. But I gotta say it: Jim Henson would have approved of this.
This week we chat with the legendary Frank Oz, all about his Muppet projects that didn’t get made, drinking with Joan Rivers and that Dave Goelz guy, plus so SO much more!
Meet Carmen Osbahr – the Muppet performer behind Sesame Street’s Rosita, and so much more!
Bob McGrath – Sesame Street’s “Bob” for over 50 years – has passed away.
Celebrating the life and career of the great Emilio Delgado.
We’re chatting with Muppet performer Matt Vogel all about Kermit’s big reveal on The Masked Singer!
We’re chatting with Dave Goelz about his most famous Muppet characters, insulting Frank Oz, and carrying on Jim Henson’s legacy!
Over 20 female puppeteers from Sesame Street, The Henson Company, and beyond joined forces for a new video series!
The longtime Sesame Street writer talks about Ernie and Bert, unexpected media controversy, and the psychology of Snuffy and Telly!
The longtime Muppet writer talks about The Jim Henson Hour, why Muppets shouldn’t be too high-tech, and writing for a live Muppet stage show.
The longtime Muppet and Sesame Street writer talks Muppet Magazine, Placido Flamingo, Joe Raposo, and more!
From Elmo to Clifford and all the roles in between, Kevin Clash left a huge mark on Muppet history.
The incredibly talented Northern Calloway performed David on Sesame Street for almost two decades!
From her role as Susan to her work as a voice actress and educator, Loretta Long has been a trailblazer.