WebSpider, GhostBlogger We are thrilled to welcome Zelda Knapp, a prolific writer/blogger/tweeter, excellent actor, and dear dear friend of Puppet Treehouse, to our family (well, OFFICIALLY, that is!). Zelda first began exploring the world of puppetry when she made 30 mini monster marionettes as Valentine gifts for her fourth grade class. She built her own hand-and-rod puppet in high school (his name is Spanky), but didn't really start exploring the variety and hard work behind puppetry until she met Judy Puppets and they became friends on a rooftop in New York City (as these things often happen). Recent performance credits include Molehunters, Dead Man's Apartment, Romeo and Juliet, Why I Hate My Job, Midsummer, and Adjective Girl. She is also in the upcoming film Unspeakable Act. As a writer, she has had three plays produced in New York: This is Hell, Butterflies, and Evidence, her solo show, which was presented as part of the largest solo festival in the world, United Solo. Her blog, A Work Unfinishing, has tens of readers, and her book of short stories, This is What They Made it Out Of, will soon be published on Kindle, to no doubt great acclaim. She has a rapier wit and a plastic pirate sword ... them's the breaks. Training: NYU Tisch, Shakespeare Forum, life. Website: www.zeldaknapp.com.
Keep your eyes peeled for more of Zelda's awesomeness as she and WebSpider keep everyone up to date on the goings-on at the Puppet Treehouse Workshop in the Puppet Treehouse Blog!