Sesame Street Live in Beijing!

 

 
Fresh out of ideas for this weekend? Find your way to Sesame Street, where all of your beloved characters, like Elmo, Big Bird and Grover will be there, along with their new friend Sunny. 

 

In a recent Global Times interview with performer Kevin Wheeler and Vincent E. Egan, President/CEO and Executive Producer of VEE Corporation (the company responsible for launching Sesame Street Live in 1980) as they share their insight into why Sesame Street remains popular to date and how they put on such captivating performances.
 
 For ticket information on Sesame Street Live, click here.
 
 
 

 

Re: Sesame Street Live in Beijing!

Showtimes are from 7.30pm-9pm each night from Aug 12-14 and tickets are RMB 80-1,200 and can be purchased at the door. More info at 6504-6966, 800-810-8798

The performances on Aug 12 and 13 are in Chinese and the one on the 14th is in English

More info can also be found here.

Jerry Chan, Editorial Director


Re: Sesame Street Live in Beijing!

On a related note: No "Sesame Street" gay wedding for Bert and Ernie

http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/sns-rt-us-sesamestreettre77a6zo-201...

"Bert and Ernie may be best friends, but that doesn't mean the "Sesame Street" pals are gay. And whatever the puppets may or may not be, one thing is certain, they won't be getting married, producers of the long-running kids TV show made clear on Thursday.

The educational workshop behind the 40 year-old TV series dismissed the idea of a made-for-TV, same-sex puppet wedding in response to an online campaign and petition to have the two "Sesame Street" characters get married as a way to beat homophobia and encourage tolerance of gay people."

Jerry Chan, Editorial Director