Beau Brown is a puppet builder, puppeteer, and director. He began his career in the world of puppetry as an intern at the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta GA his senior year of high school. He went on to become a staple of the Atlanta Puppet Slam scene performing at Puppet Slam at Dad’s Garage Theater and then later taking the reigns as producer of The Puckin’ Fuppet Show, Atlanta’s second puppet slam. He has curated and hosted the 2011 and 2012 National Puppet Slam. He joined the New Puppet Order with Shadow Puppets as lead puppet builder and puppeteer for the character Schnick. From there he continued to serve as the puppet arm of the New Puppet Order as lead puppet builder and lead puppeteer for A Dark Companion, performing the dual roles of Howard and the Dark Companion. He took the New Puppet Order in new direction with his writing and directorial debut in The Wind Up Boy which he co-directed with Darrell C. Hazelrig. He brought the incredibly talented Scott Fensterer aboard to create the Wind Up Boy and would later bring Scott back as lead puppet builder for he and Darrell’s second co-directing effort, the greek epic, Maiden to Monster.