Evy Wright (formerly Evy Berman) received much of her training at the famed Storybook Theatre in Oakland, California. Evy also performed as a resident puppeteer at Atlanta’s Center For Puppetry Arts, and her work can be seen on the CD-Rom version of "Dinotopia," in various ads for Cartoon Network, as well as in the feature films "Muppets From Space" and "The Lady from Sockholm." Evy spent 12 years as a member of the prestigious Big Apple Circus Clown Care program in Atlanta, GA. She is a founding partner, puppeteer, and the director of Curious Moon Puppets.
If everything is my fault,
then I get to be in charge, Skeeter.
Reay received her Masters of Arts in puppetry from The University of Connecticut, and since then has puppeteered for Walt Disney World, Busch Gardens Williamsburg, and Nickelodeon Studios. Reay is one of the founding partners of Curious Moon Puppets and is also a regular performer at Atlanta's Center for Puppetry Arts.
The more time I spend around here,
the more I realize I'm a cat person.
Riki Rabbit made her debut in a performance of Little Miss Muffet, during which she was so terribly injured that an understudy needed to be found. Since then, she has dutifully and enthusiastically assisted Skeeter with any scheme, plan, or puppet show that pops into his head. Riki was briefly the spokesrabbit for Rabbit Stew and since that filming has been looking for a better agent.
I really think I broke my lucky rabbit's foot.
Skeeter will be the first to tell you how fabulous he is. A perennial audience favorite, Skeeter is the creator and star of The Skeeter Show, a project that he manages to sneak into most of Curious Moon Puppets' performances. Skeeter is the official understudy for Curious Moon Puppets, and he will eagerly step into any role with only a moment's notice.
Don't be ridiculous -
Of course it's all about me!
Alex Ant starred with Skeeter in a production of The Grasshopper and The Ant, during which Skeeter wrecked Alex's mom's house so badly that Alex was grounded indefinitely. Alex remains cautiously optimistic that he will be allowed out of the house again.
Skeeter, you are going to get me
in so much trouble!