Gamble, Harriet
June 2000
Arts & Activities;Jun2000, Vol. 127 Issue 5, p38
Interviews John E. Kennedy, a puppet maker, regarding his career as a puppet maker. How he discovered puppet making; Encouragement he received from his elementary art and music teachers; Details on his association with the Jim Henson Co.; Features of his puppet making workshop.


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