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Evans, Martin and their daughters with Abby and Zoe, taping Episode 4231.

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Annie Evans is a writer who was on the Sesame Street writing staff from 1995 through 2016. She was part of the writing teams that developed the recurring segments Elmo's World and Elmo the Musical. She married Muppet performer Martin P. Robinson in 2008.

Evans also scripted the Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss episode "Who Are You, Sue Snue?", Big Bag, and Panwapa. She also served as a consultant on Galli Galli Sim Sim, the Indian co-production of Sesame Street.

An established playwright, Evans' plays, for puppets and for people, include Ghost Stories and several monologues. Her one-act play Pigeon-Holed is a partial parody of Sesame Street which has been staged at the O'Neill Puppetry Conference where she is an Artistic Associate. Together with Marty Robinson, she ran the official Sesame Workshop parenting blog Sesame Family Robinson. She was credited producer and dramaturg for Robinson's Halloween play All Hallow's Eve in 2019.

Outside of Sesame Street, Evans' writing credits include Gullah Gullah Island, Oswald, and Jojo's Circus.

Writing Credits


Sesame Street episodes written by Evans include:[1]


Composer Credits


  1. ↑ episode scripts
  2. ↑ Sesame Family Robinson: "Telly and Oscar Together Again." September 24, 2009 (archived)

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