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Title card used since 2006 as Elmo Makes Music

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Bert, Ernie, Honker, Rosita, The Count, Big Bird, Jenny, Googel, Telly, Zoe, Elmo, Baby Bear

thumb|300px|right|Detroit Public Television's 2008 ad for Elmo Makes Music. thumb|300px|right|Philadelphia's Wachovia Spectrum ad, sponsored by comcastTIX.com.

Everyone Makes Music was a Sesame Street Live show which premiered in 2001. In 2006, the show was retitled Elmo Makes Music.

When Jenny, a new music teacher, moves to Sesame Street, she finds that her truck full of instruments is missing. Elmo, Big Bird, Ernie and the gang decide to make instruments for their new friend. The show's songs include "The Hustle," "Rockin' Robin," and "Dance to the Music."

Cast

Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch, Grundgetta, Grover, Cookie Monster, Bert, Ernie, Elmo, Zoe, Rosita, Baby Bear, Telly Monster, Prairie Dawn, Roxie Marie, and a Honker.

The cast also included a human character, Jenny.

Songs

Act 1

Act 2

Performing cast

2006-2007 version

2007-2008 version

2008-2009 version

Crew

  • Jim Waters, producer[5]
  • Christopher Harper, performance director[6]

Soundtrack

International

In January 2006, this show was dubbed and performed in The Netherlands for Sesamstraat's 30th anniversary. Iedereen maakt muziek in Sesamstraat was the second Sesamstraat Live show (following Als ik later groot ben in 2001).

A walkaround puppet of Pino made a couple of introductions before the show and after intermission, and Honk, Bang, Whistle and Crash was cut from the show and replaced by The Monster Club House. This live show introduced the Monster Club House and Elmo's World to a Dutch audience, the latter of which would become a recurring segment on Sesamstraat.

Musical star Antje Monteiro and TV show host Irene Moors shared the role of Jenny the music teacher.

In Mexico, Abelardo Montoya has appeared in Big Bird's place.[6]

Sources

  1. Diane Wright, "How to get to Sesame Street: Go to Everett", Snohomish County News, 27 June 2007.
  2. Heather Wilkerson, "Elmo, friends in Raleigh for show", The Wilson Times, 16 May 2008.
  3. Web staff, "Sesame Street stops in Syracuse", News 10 Now (Syracuse, New York), April 9, 2008.
  4. Pamme Boutselis, "‘Sesame Street’ characters come to life in Lowell", Nashua Telegraph, January 15, 2009.
  5. Lilli Kuzma, "Elmo stars in 'Sesame Street Live' at Genesee", Pioneer Local, October 23, 2008.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Kyle Doherty, "'Elmo Makes Music': Familiar characters bring tunes, talent to town", Clarion Ledger, October 23, 2008.

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