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Topic - Karen Falk
It seems so familiar to us now _ puppet characters on television that are so real, so expressive, so alive that we forget there's a human being doing the actual work behind the scenes.
It seems so familiar to us now — puppet characters on television that are so real, so expressive, so alive that we forget there's a human being doing the actual work behind the scenes. There's a reason that's so familiar, the organizers of an exhibit opening this weekend in New York say: Jim Henson.
"She wasn't traveling with the exhibit. She's very sensitive," Ms. Falk said with a laugh.
"Jim was the first one to recognize that you can use television and get these incredibly expressive and believable performances out of puppets," Ms. Falk said. "This was his innovation; he was the one who started this whole thing. This is why puppetry looks like this on television, because of this man."