Mark Saltzman said he wrote the iconic muppets as a “loving couple.” Sesame Workshop says they’re “best friends.” We may never know for sure.
The makers of “The Happytime Murders” and “The Littlest Reich” are betting that audiences want to relax with puppets who “say and do disgusting things.”
How a onetime acrobat and a “Lion King” puppet designer brought a speechless reindeer to life in Disney’s stage adaptation of “Frozen” on Broadway.
Several world premieres are part of the 2018-19 season at La Mama Experimental Theater Club, which won the 2018 regional theater Tony Award.
A judge said this week that the raunchy comedy, directed by a son of Jim Henson, can say “No Sesame. All Street” in its ads while legal arguments continue.
The creators of the children’s television show want “The Happytime Murders,” an upcoming movie featuring puppets, to stop using the slogan “No Sesame. All Street.”
A puppet play by the Mexican artist Pedro Reyes explores technology, freedom and inequality (and the lost rap version of “The Communist Manifesto”).
The puppeteer Basil Twist’s singular riff on a Berlioz symphony returns with enhanced production values and undiminished hallucinatory magic.
The musical puppetry of Mr. Twist’s “Symphonie Fantastique,” returning to HERE for a three-month run, blurs the line between eye and ear.