My name is Scott Hitz, and I'm a Director, Producer, Puppeteer, and educator whose work has been seen worldwide. My company,
PuppHitz Puppets, is dedicated to promoting the art of puppetry, and to expanding the idea of what that art form can do. I was also a co-founder of Monkey Boys Productions where I still serve as an Associate Artist and Producer from time to time.
My work has been seen on television: TV Funhouse (Comedy Central), The Book of Pooh (The Disney Channel), Mother Goose Jams (Sprout), and on stage: Avenue
Q, (Vineyard Theater, NYC), Hand to God (The Kitchen Theatre, Ithaca, NY), Bunnicula (The Arden Theater, Philadelphia), Little Shop of Horrors (Broadway, Ford’s
Theater, Washington DC), Animal Farm (Synapse Theatre, NYC). Directing and writing credits include: Carnival of the Animals (Philadelphia Orchestra), Orchestra
2000 (Baltimore Symphony Orchestra), Little Shop of Horrors (Associate Director, The Hangar Theatre), Spring (Sprout Television). I've also been honored with the position
of Artist in Residence at the Eugene O’Neil Theater Center summer puppetry program, where I began work on his stage adaptation of The Little Prince, which premiered at Cape May Stage in
NJ and eventually played at the New Victory Theatre on 42nd street in NYC. My work has taken me to Korea as part of the Chunchon International Festival for Puppetry, and I've also been the
recipient of a Henson seed grant for his production Ursa Major: The Voice of the Bear.