Also in The Washington Post:
“Where else can you write the script, direct the show, control the characters to the point of actually creating them, make the costumes, do the acting and collect the tickets yourself?”
— Judy B. Brown on the beauty of puppet shows. The Fairfax resident, who just died at 72, was part of the Washington area’s premier puppetry act, the husband and wife team of Bob and Judy Brown. They appeared on “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood” in the 1970s, showing off their marionette work, and happily, there is a Mr. Rogers fan site that has catalogued their many appearances to jog your memory.