5NEWS Crew Takes a Walk on Sesame Street

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Mark your calendar for a musical event like no other—monsters making music!

Elmo, Abby Cadabby, Big Bird and all their Sesame Street friends are taking to the stage to share their love of music in Sesame Street Live “Elmo Makes Music” at the Fort Smith Convention Center on Tuesday, March 27.

Elmo and Cookie Monster also visited the set of Wake-Up with 5NEWS.  Checkout Elmo and Cookie Monster's take on the morning weather:

Showtimes are both at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Tuesday. Tickets for both performances are on sale now.  Tickets start at $15 and $20.  A limited number of $30 Gold Circle and $50 Sunny Seats are also available.

Guests who purchase the $50 Sunny Seats get VIP front row seats as well as a pre-show Meet & Great with two Sesame Street Live friends.

The show features Jenny, an enthusiastic new music teacher, who arrives on Sesame Street only to discover that her instruments are missing.  Jenny’s new Muppet friends quickly come to the rescue and discover ‘instruments’ they never knew existed…rubber duckies, trash can lids and even cookie jars.  Elmo, Abby Cadabby and friends teach children that everyone can make and enjoy beautiful music together.

Like television’s Sesame Street, each Sesame Street Live production features timeless lessons for all ages.  Through the razzle-dazzle of this Broadway-quality musical production, children learn about patience, acceptance and teamwork.  The universal appeal of a Sesame Street Live production continues long after preschool.  Adults will appreciate the high-tech stagecraft, cleverly written scripts, and music they’ll recognize and enjoy sharing with children, such as “The Hustle,” “You Should Be Dancing” and “Rockin’ Robin.”  “Elmo Makes Music” features nearly two dozen songs, including classics that children will love to sing along with such as “C Is for Cookie” and “The Alphabet Song.”