Hi, Everyone! I just attended this event last night that was part of the Jim Henson Exhibit here in NYC. It was such a cool experience but very laid back. Oz's wife was basically the moderator and would guide the evening asking Frank questions and they would discuss his career with Henson in between little film montages. They also showed/discussed a little from his directing and acting career. It ended with a Q&A session with the audience. This was a real treat because Oz almost never makes public appearances like this, especially since leaving the Muppets. He even commented on it. It was interesting when someone asked if he would ever write a book about his life, he said no. He is a very private person. That doesn't really come as a surprise to us though. He was such a funny, charming and inspiring man. And humble. He repeatedly stated how he is just one guy and the work they did was really a collaboration of so many talented people. Just like we learn from his work, he seems to really promote kindness and tolerance and inclusion. I liked that. Another treat was that we got a first look into the new documentary, Muppet Guys Talking which is set to premiere next year. The film will feature Fran Brill, Jerry Nelson, Dave Goelz, Bill Barretta and Oz sitting around doing just that... talking. Talking about the craft. Speaking of which...Goelz was in attendance, in the front row. Him and Oz teased each other the whole show. A few other Muppet friends were spotted...Leslie Cararra, Emilio Delgado, Bonnie Erickson, Jerry Juhl's wife and possibly others. Of course, there wasn't any opportunity to meet Oz personally. He exited backstage. I could see some people hanging around outside the building, but I had a strong feeling that Oz really didn't want that. So I respected his privacy and went on my way home just happy to have been in the room where it happened. Thanks, Frank!