The Letter S is for Schedule and StubHub!
Someone once said to "make new friends, but keep the old; one is silver
and the other is gold." But what if your new friends are red, blue, green pink, orange and yellow? Well, that is exactly how
it should be at Sesame Street Live Make a New Friend. After all, the loveable and sociable inhabitants of Sesame Street make
the best friends to have for anyone. No matter what culture, this colorful group of furry friends from Sesame Street embrace
new friends of all kinds… puppet or not. As a new friend, you may find that Cookie Monster shares his most beloved treat
with you. After all, who does not like cookies? I'm sure gluten-free and vegan cookies are even an option for those with dietary
restrictions. Cookie Monster may need a bit of explaining to do, but there is not a single resident of Sesame Street who doesn't
like learning new things, not even Cookie Monster. Join Sesame Street Live to Make a New Friend with the gang, as Grover introduces
everyone to Chamki, Coming from India, Chamki gets to introduce new ideas to his new friends and vice versa, as they explore
all of their cultural similarities like music and dance. If the letter S is for Schedule, make sure you get Sesame Street
Live Make A New Friend on yours now by purchasing tickets for your family and friends on StubHub!
T is for Trivia and Tickets
When did the cast of Sesame Street hit the road?
It was during the 1980s that Sesame
Street Live came to be. The characters hit the highways and byway of the United States to give their legions of Sesame Street
friend the opportunity to experience the love of Sesame Street in their hometowns. In many ways, there is a Sesame Street
located in the heart of every town. Before the new nationwide tours started, Sesame Street has been educating and entertaining
audiences across generations for over forty years. It is almost unbelievable that the show premiered on November 10, 1969.
Over the many years, Sesame Street has grown to do so much more for the global community, as well as local communities in
the United States. It would likely take some assistance from the Count to list all 150 plus countries where Sesame Street
now works. One of its global objectives is to create an early education center in one of India's poorest regions. I bet our
new friend Chamki can help teach us about this opportunity and what life is like in India. Furthermore, there is a nonprofit
organization entitled Sesame Workshop. It aims continue to do its part in advancing literacy and numeracy, but incorporates
aspects of emotional wellbeing and health.
The Letter P is for Plot and Parent Approved
Parents have agreed
that the story is just the right length to keep the attention of their children. The story focuses on the arrival of Grover's
friend from India. Grover is grappling with the fact that all of his Sesame Street pals want to make friends with her, as
he wants to have his own quality time with his buddy. The point of the story turns out to be that it does not matter what
you look like or where you are from, everyone in the world is special and can be a new friend.
M is also for
Muppets and Making A New Friend
What a cast of characters in Sesame Street Live Make a New Friend! Audiences are most
likely familiar with all the cast members, with the exception of Chamki. Abby Cadabby is one of Elmo's newest pals. She is
only 3-years old and a fairy in training school. She often does silly things as she learns her gift. She is known for saying,
"That's so magic!" Bert and Ernie make their live appearance. While Bert is incredibly responsible and analytical, Ernie is
a free spirit that likes to play tricks. Big Bird is in many ways just one big child, or at least, he has the amazement of
one. We also have Cookie Monster, Count Von Count, Elmo, Grover, Oscar the Grouch, Rosita, Telly Monster and Zoe. Everyone
knows Cookie as the loveable blue muppet that loves cookies more than anything in the world. The Count is a Transylvanian
native, who cannot stop counting. Elmo needs no introduction, after his growing popularity. He is certainly one of the most
love furry friends on Sesame Street. Grover often leads to inadvertent makes messes, but keeps his chin up, unlike Oscar the
Grouch. Oscar is grouchy, as being happy makes him angry. He is definitely the muppet with the most mood swings. While Oscar
has two moods, Rosita has two different languages she speaks: Spanish and English. Telly Monster is fussy, most likely due
to his excessive worrying. One thing that he loves is triangles and is found figuratively and literally bouncing around from
one place to another… mostly, on a pogo stick. Lastly, we have Zoe, who is a young friend of Elmo that is obsessed with
jewelry. All these characters are endearing in their own and unique way, making their new friend, Chamki, quite lucky.
The Letter C is for Creative Team and Continuing Legacy
There is no doubt that there are generations of adults
who grew up watching Sesame Street and their kids of all ages are thanking the brilliantly creative team behind Sesame Street
for sharing its loveable and furry residents with them. Not only bringing such endearing characters of all personalities and
colored fur, but their uncanny ability express poignant but simple messages about the world. Sesame Street is one of the longest
running television series for children (and adults) in America and there is no sign of stopping it. The muppets were created
through the creative puppeteer, Jim Henson. Henson was also known for The Muppets and worked on puppets for Fraggle Rock,
The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth.Sadly, Henson past away unexpectedly in 1990, but his legacy continues.