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Muppet Performer Legends Invade of San Francisco

Discussion in 'Muppet Appearances' started by beaker, Aug 20, 2011.

  1. beaker

    beaker Well-Known Member

    Can't believe I'm going to be missing this, as I went to San Francisco last weekend am am not able to go this weekend. But found out about this..basically it's a total Muppet performer invasion of San Francisco:

    "Labyrinth" 25th Anniversary Screening and Celebration
    Castro Theatre · Saturday, August 20, 2011, 5-8:00pm
    http://plancast.com/p/6tho/labyrinth-25th-anniversary-screening-celebration
    SF Sketchfest Presents
    25th Anniversary Celebration!
    Labyrinth
    Live In Person: Brian Henson ("Hoggle"), David Goelz ("Sir Didymus," "Gonzo the Great") and Karen Prell ("The Worm," "Red Fraggle"), in conversation with Adam Savage (MythBusters)

    and

    http://sanfrancisco.broadwayworld.c...s-at-the-Curran-Now-thru-August-27th-20110820

    I had missed Goelz when he came to speak in San Francisco with Gonzo, but thankfully got to see and meet Carrol Spinney with Oscar(Karen Prell was there too!)

    I love Puppetup/Stuffed/Henson Alternative, partly because its one of the only puppet things JHC is doing but also because they recycle some of my favorite Muppet/Muppet spinoff show character designs. And the whole thing is pretty edgy...JHC muppet characters work best with improv
     

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