Raymond Carr is a Jim Henson Company trained, Puppeteer, filmmaker, theatrical director, and designer. Raymond is one of the main characters in the Henson's hit preschool show, Splash and Bubbles on PBS Kids, and is a member of Henson's Adult Improv troupe Puppet UP. Some of Raymond's other puppeteering credits include: Comedy Central's Crank Yankers, Nick Jr's Lazytown, Walking with Dinosaurs: The Arena Spectacular Tour, various projects for Cartoon Network & Adult Swim, The Center for Puppetry Arts, The National Black Arts Festival, IFC, Ibex Puppetry, numerous commercials for companies like DropBox, MailChimp, and Aaron's Furniture. Raymond is also an award-winning independent filmmaker who’s work has been screened at Film Festivals in North America and Europe. His film Hitori produced by Heather Henson is currently being distributed by the Jim Henson Company.
Jon Carr has been a part of Dad's Garage Theatre Company’s Improv Comedy cast for more than 10 years and currently works for Alliance Theatre heading the Community Development department. He founded United Atlanta Improv and has helped improv theatres around the city come together through collaborative works. He is a sketch writer and actor, as well an award-winning playwright with titles including The Wrath of Con and Black Nerd (Winner of The Suzi Bass Award and Creative Loafing Best New Play). He is a founding member of Dark Side of The Room, an all African American improv group that was recently honored with a placement in the Center for Civil and Human Rights muesum for their contribution to the African American community.