Sesame Street Live has several musicals that are performed across the United States throughout the year.   Each musical has a different theme that has a message that the audience of young children can understand.   There is singing and dancing in the Sesame Street Live performances.
Some of the Sesame Street Live Performance includes:

      • Super Grover Ready For Action
      • Elmo Makes Music
      • Sesame Street Live: Elmo's Green Thumb

That loveable red star of Sesame Street is about to embark on a journey to help his friend, and you will get to join him on his way. The ‘All New’ Sesame Street Live Show casting Elmo as the star performer comes live to the big stage in an all round family entertainment extravaganza.

‘Elmo’s Green Thumb” stars all your Sesame Street favorites including, Bert and Ernie, Big Bird, the Count and many more including Sesame Street’s trainee fairy Abby Cadabby and Sunny the Sunflower.

Sunny the Sunflower was grown and raised by our furry friend, but Elmo has come to realize that his flowerpot buddy has grown way too big for his present home.

Abby Cadabby sets off the main plot of the show by mistakenly shrinking Elmo and his friends. Casting a spell to make Sunny the Sunflower grow much quicker, Abby soon realizes her mishap and embarks on a journey of her own to find the words to undo the shrinking spell she cast on her friends.

The Sesame Street pals quickly get together and find that being small is not as bad as what it seems, and have great fun exploring the now bigger world of Big Birds garden, which incidentally is the place Elmo and his friends figured Sunny the Sunflower would be able to grow big and strong, before rushing into helping their floral pal by asking Abby to cast a growth spell.

An environmental message everybody can understand.

‘Elmo’s Green Thumb’ is a colorful and light hearted live stage show that bring home some easy to understand environmental learning, bringing together ladybugs and other creatures from the garden who teach the Sesame Street friends and the audience all about their garden world. With a wonderful and original script, and some really catchy song and dance added to the entertainment as you would expect.

The show is a must see for all the family, both children and adults alike will be able to relate to the characters and their playful nature – bringing the audience smiles and laughs along the way.

Sesame Street has long been a TV hit for both children and parents, and the live show does not disappoint. It is sure to become an instant hit and leave a lasting impression on all who watch ‘Elmo’s Green Thumb.’

The stage show is a mixture of high-tech stage work and beautiful scenes, all brought together in a crescendo of color and song – definitely worth watching and full of surprises along the way!

    • Sesame Street Live: 1-2-3 Imagine! With Elmo and Friends

One of the Sesame Street Live show is “Sesame Street Live: 1-2-3 Imagine! With Elmo and Friends.”  As the title so clearly reveals, this particular show includes Elmo and some of his Sesame Street friends.  In this live show the characters imagine themselves doing different things and being in different places.   Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Big Bird, Bert, and Ernie are some of the characters that are in the interactive musical program.

    • Sesame Street Live: When Elmo Grows Up

What little child has not imagined what he or she will be as an adult?    About every kid wants to pretend and dream about what they will do when he or she is all grown up.   Sesame Street know kids and know the way they think, so they have used this idea as part of one of their Sesame Street Live shows.   “Sesame Street Live: When Elmo Grows” lets the Sesame Street characters imagine what it will be like all grown up.

This is a fun and musical program with lot of singing and dancing.   Many different songs will be sung during the show.  Songs will include: “Home on the Range”, “Down on the Corner”, “Give a Little Love”, “I Love Trash" ,“Itsy Bitsy Spider”, and many more songs.   “Sesame Street Live: When Elmo Grows Up” has appearances of many different Sesame Street characters.    Abby Cadabby, Elmo, Bert, Zoe, and Rosita are all wondering what they will be when they grow up.

Sesame Street Live

Sesame Street Live is a touring stage show based on the Sesame Street television program for children. The shows all have original songs and music scores, with some old favorites from the television show mixed in, as well as professional dancers who are costumed and perform the parts of the characters. Sesame Street Live is a 90-minute musical show with a charming soundtrack, dazzling lights, and lively choreography.

Sesame Street Live opened in 1980 and has been touring continuously since then. It recently completed its 100th tour. Reflecting the popularity as well as the universality of Sesame Street and its characters, the touring show has been performed in arenas and theaters not only in the United States, but around the world in countries as varied as Dubai, Singapore, and Germany. Over 25 completely different Sesame Street Live touring shows have been created since 1980. Old and new shows are rotated throughout the tour to keep the experience fresh for fans. Since the audience is constantly changing as children grow up, shows are frequently removed from the rotation for awhile, then updated, revived and returned to tour again.

Sesame Street Live is now produced as three of four different tours, each doing a different show with its own soundtrack, characters, scenery, and plot. The current Sesame Street Live tour has three new shows:

1-2-3 Imagine with Elmo and Friends is a high-energy musical that has the audience singing and dancing with Big Bird, Abby Cadabby, and Elmo. It’s a fun adventure story that also teaches children the power of imagination to let them be anyone, go anywhere, and do anything.

Elmo’s Green Thumb has Elmo searching for a new home for Sunny, his sunflower. All of Elmo’s friends help him look for the perfect place where Sunny can grow best. With dancing ladybugs and grouchy beetles, children learn the importance of patience, being brave, and valuing all creatures in our ecosystem.

When Elmo Grows Up introduces Abby Cadabby who joins Elmo and his friends to ask, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Children learn that possibilities are endless if they believe in themselves and are willing to try.

Sesame Street Live, although staged for children ages 1 to 6, is an experience to be shared and enjoyed by the whole family. It offers a unique musical opportunity to introduce a child to the joy of live performances on the stage.