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Tell Us How To Get To Sesame Street?

If you had tuned in to your local public television station on the morning of November 10, 1969, you would have heard the most beloved theme songs in television history. This year makes the 41st year since that memorable day, and today, Sesame Street has earned its standing as the longest -running children's show of all time. Since that time, millions of preschool children have learned their ABCs and 123s from watching Sesame Street, and these same kids have made lifelong friends with several remarkable characters called the Muppet's, created by a genius named Jim Henson. Since 1980 Sesame Street Live shows have been produced by Vee Corporation. This live stage production has toured 25 countries around the Globe and entertained over 125 million youngsters with live touring stage shows based on such beloved children's properties as Dragon Tales, Sesame Street, Bear in the Big Blue House, Care Bears, and My Little Pony.

Over the years Sesame Street Live has come to Cleveland's Playhouse Square State Theater in the month of February; delighting children of all ages. A local Clevelander and Examiner Reporter: Kate Miller worked with Vee Corporation from 2000-2003 on Bear and the Big Blue House and Dragon Tales. Tim Hnat is another local Clevelander working with Sesame Street Live on shows : "Elmo's Green Thumb," "When Elmo Grows Up," "123 Imagine," "Super Grover: Ready For Action!," and "Elmo's Coloring Book," he has worked with Vee Corporation wearing many hats since 2005 as their Crew Chief, Head Carpenter, Assistant Wardrobe, and Truck Driver for Sesame Street Live.

ELMO's GREEN THUMB
ELMO's GREEN THUMBCharlene Duncan

Both Kate and Tim have contributed to the success of Vee Corporation Productions. In addition to Playhouse Square's marketing publicist Kelly Luecke in which who works with Playhouse Square promoting Vee Corporation productions Thanks to all local Clevelander's who are making childhood dreams come true to local Cleveland area children.

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