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Boston-based TV producer and filmmaker Natasha Lance Rogoff is also author of the recently published Muppets in Moscow: The Unexpected Crazy True Story of Making Sesame Street in Russia. “There has been no shortage of journalistic books, memoirs and political analyses written by Russians and foreigners on the country in the 1990s,” says the Financial Times. “Yet none is quite like this one. [It] is at least three stories woven into a single, readable tale.” Rogoff discussed Muppets in Moscow with Dean Karayanis in December.
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