The puppeteer who brings King Kong's face and voice to life on Broadway

Every roar, grunt, snort and growl out of the toothy mouth of the 20-foot tall, more-than-2,000-pound, Tony-winning, steel and fiberglass gorilla puppet that stars in Broadway's "King Kong" originates not from some recorded Nature Channel audio track but instead from the live vocal cords of a puppeteer named Jon.

Broadway Bakes

You can get your sweets served by the stars of the stage, as Schmakary’s bakery on West 45th street hosts its fifth annual “Broadway Bakes,” to benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

Broadway Stages

Some streets in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, may look quiet and industrial, but you'll find an 85,000-square-foot facility. Inside Broadway Stages, it is another world. Fox 5 had the chance to see all the details that go into making each set feel so real.