Sesame Street Live Cant Stop Singing
Sesame Street has won more than 8 Grammy Awards and 153 Emmy Awards. The show is a cultural phenomenon and there is hardly anyone in America who has not seen the show. According to a survey, more than 77 million Americans have watched these Muppet characters during their childhood years and continue to do so.
Sesame Street began its live tours during the 80s. The Sesame Street Live: Can’t Stop Singing is the show’s latest live event that started in 2012. The event is the extended story of one of the show’s recent episodes. The story follows the events from the season 41 episode where Elmo gets his hands on Abby Cadabby’s magical wand which leads to an all-dancing and musical montage that takes over the Sesame Street. With so many heartfelt tunes, you would not want to miss this show. Buy Sesame Street Live: Can’t Stop Singing tickets and share the fun with your family.
Conceived by Lloyd Morrisett and Joan Cooney, the Sesame Street show began as an experiment to not only entertain children but educate them as well. The show centered on the inner thoughts of children but was quickly overshadowed by Jim Henson’s famous Muppet characters. Jim Henson has worked on films including Dark Crystal, Labyrinth and television shows such as Fragile Rock. However, his greatest accomplishment is without a doubt, the Muppets. He has created unique characters such as Big Bird, Elmo, Zoe, Bert, Ernie, Rosita, Count von Count and Oscar the Grouch. Other popular Muppets include, Telly Monster, Baby Bear, Hoots the Owl, Prairie Dawn, Cookie Monster, Murray Monster, Abby Cadabby, Grover, Sheep and Velvet.
Today, the Sesame Street shows are broadcasted in more than 120 countries with at least 20 versions developed for international audiences. The Sesame Street has its own feature length films such as Follow That Bird and The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland. It is one of the most popular shows on television despite numerous other similar format shows. With celebrity appearances from the likes of Sandra Bullock, Usher and Christopher Walken, the Sesame Street show’s popularity has only increased.
The Sesame Street has remained up to date on all the modern trends around the world. Their shows are relevant to the current affairs. Apart from that, the Sesame Street shows have not just taught children the basics of numbers and alphabets but also raised concerns, interests and fears on several sensitive issues to further educate them about cultural tolerance. The show has won Emmy Awards for its creative and innovative efforts.
The live shows of Sesame Street have always attracted thousands of attendees. Majority of their shows are sold out in advance and it is highly unlikely that the trend will change when Sesame Street Live: Can’t Stop Singing tour gets underway. Purchase Sesame Street Live Can’t Stop Singing tickets and enjoy.