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Honker show

Back when I used to go to Sesame Place each summer, one year they had a stage show where a Honker (with the help of a human cats member) went on a picture safari to find a special butterfly. Does anyone know the name of it? - Oscarfan 15:29, June 27, 2010 (UTC)

Elmo & Zoe

Is The Amazing Adventures of Elmo and Zoe essentially this attraction, which appeared at Sesame Place (Texas)? -- Zanimum 01:22, April 21, 2010 (UTC)

I definitely recall going to it in Pennsylvania years ago. I looked different though; the kids (as I recall) appeared in a rocket ship driver by (I think) Grover and were blue-screened in. I don't recall the whole SS set like that being part of the show room. - Oscarfan 01:51, April 21, 2010 (UTC)
Cool-- so it would be fair to say the Texas attraction was a direct predecessor of Amazing Adventures? -- Zanimum 12:59, April 21, 2010 (UTC)
I would say no. I saw the show in PA several years ago. The Amazing Adventures of Elmo and Zoe (and its direct-predecesor The Wild Duckie Chase, which I also saw and my nephew was in) were studio shows with a host, stage, and ampitheater style seats. Selected audience members were prompted to act out odd bits in front of a blue-screen. These actions (taken out of their original context and pretense) were then put together with special Muppet footage to create a Sesame Street video featuring the audience members that was then shown (and sold). This attraction looks like an interactive exhibit (with a recreation of the set and visitor-controllable cameras to play with) rather than the scripted stage show experiance. -- Brad D. (talk) 13:06, April 21, 2010 (UTC)

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