Donna Kimball (Creator/Producer/Director)

Donna was a writer for the Netflix series WORD PARTY, the upcoming animated series FRIENDZSPACE (distributed by the Jim Henson Co.) and created the web series THE PRESS BRIEFING PUPPET SHOW by Those Darned Socks.  She has produced, written and directed several live puppet events including PUPPETS AFTER HOURS at the non-profit Farmlab in DTLA, CLUBPUPPET at the legendary Hollywood Palace, and acts for the National Puppet slam at the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta.  She currently has projects in development at the Jim Henson Company and elsewhere.
IG: @donnakimball319
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Alice Dinnean (Creator/Producer)

Alice Dinnean began her puppetry career in high school at Children's Fairyland in Oakland, CA. After graduating from Oberlin College, she went right back to puppets, starting at the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta. She has performed principal roles on Sesame Street and for various Jim Henson Company productions, including Turkey Hollow, Sid the Science Kid, and The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance. Alice has appeared in multiple Muppet productions including live performances at the Hollywood Bowl. Other favorite projects include Jack's Big Music Show, The Country Bears, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Crank Yankers, The Happytime Murders, Team America: World Police, Splash & Bubbles and Word Party.


Colleen Smith (Creator/Producer/Writer)

Colleen is a Groundlings Sunday Co. & Second City Conservatory Alumna. She joined the cast of Brian Henson's Puppet Up! as an improvisor over ten years ago. As a human her credits include How I Met Your Mother, The Office and Selfie. As a puppeteer she played various characters in The Happytime Murders, Rose from The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell and Beti on Earth to Ned on Disney +. She's currently in Vancouver working on a new show for Nickelodeon. Personality wise she's a 50/50 combo of Wick and Lydia!

Rich Prince (Editor)

Rich has edited basically every type of footage that anyone has ever thrown at him producing promos, teasers, commercials, demo reels, BTS spots, EPK’s, sales reels, music videos, documentaries, corporate and sizzle reels, animatics, animation and puppets. He's thrilled to be working with the fabulous and extraordinary cast and creative team of GLOP. Clients have included: Disney, Capital Records, ABC, Hollywood Records, Sprint, Dell, Age of Learning, Global Entertainment, EMI, Universal Music Group, Warner Bros. and Virgin Records.


Angela Parrish (Composer)

Angela Parrish is a songwriter, composer, record producer, and multi-instrumentalist. She is known for her vocal work opening the Oscar-winning film La La Land. Most recently, Angela co-wrote original songs for the 2020 film Chance starring Matthew Modine. She is the vocal producer for the BBC/Disney series “Chuggington,” and may or may not have an unauthorized Dr. Teeth tribute band called “Electric Toothbrush.” Angela loves to empower and collaborate with other female creatives, and she is honored to be a part of GLOP. 
IG: @songsbyangela
Twitter: @songsbyangela
Tik Tok: @songsbyangela
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Elizabeth Hara (Writer)

Liz Hara is a Los Angeles-based writer, builder, and puppeteer.  She has built puppets and costumes for many theatrical and film productions, including Avenue Q, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, and The Lion King.  In 2015, she and her team won an Emmy Award for Best Costume Design for their work on Sesame Street.  Liz also writes and puppet wrangles for Sesame Street, winning an Emmy for Outstanding Writing in 2018.  She has also written for CBS’ Life in Pieces, Apple+’s Helpsters, and several other pre-school shows. Her newest gig is writing for Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, the newest Marvel superhero cartoon for Disney. Liz is also a fantastic dancer, is super fun at weddings, and has an encyclopedic knowledge of candy.


Bob Kimball (Logo Designer)

An ad agency art director released into the wild, Bob has created brands, logos, and collateral for everyone from Charles Schwab to FedEx, from the Memphis Zoo to Aladdin Industries. His work has adorned billboards, catalogs, menus, commercials, social media, and pretty much anything associated with graphic design. Bob has branded all types of companies: financial advisors, cleaning products, nonprofits, restaurants, and everything in between. His portfolio can be found at
More than anything, Bob loves writing about himself in the third person. Bob.