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Del's Vegas Comedy Binge

Discussion in 'Henson Alternative' started by GelflingWaldo, Dec 1, 2007.

  1. GelflingWaldo

    GelflingWaldo New Member

    The Jim Henson Company’s Del Kastle, co-star of the 2006 Henson/TBS pilot "The Late Night Buffet", recently attended The Comedy Festival in Las Vegas to film exclusive webisodes for TBS.com. The hilarious series, entitled "Del's Vegas Comedy Binge", is now up on TBS.com and features exclusive five-day coverage of the Comedy Festival by the renowned Delbert Kestle (performed by Bill Barretta) along with interviews and appearances by Wayne Newton, Frank Caliendo, Bill Engvall, and others.

  2. TheJimHensonHour

    TheJimHensonHour Active Member

    That was pretty good thanks for letting us know!
    I really like these new Henson puppets allot.
    I really wish they would bring Late Night Buffet out.
  3. frogboy4

    frogboy4 Inactive Member

    Funnneee! I liked it. And it showcases Barretta's talents with puppetry and improvisation away from his coworkers. His Muppet characters rarely get that opportunity. If only they could bring some of this spark to Tinseltown. ;)
  4. beaker

    beaker Well-Known Member

    Glorious! Henson Alternative brand is really coming together.

    I notice in both Del and Tinseltown they are using a kind of full bodied muppet that seems scaled down?

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