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Elmo and the Bookaneers (2007)

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Elmo and the Bookaneers was a live Sesame Street stage show that ran at SeaWorld Orlando from April 2 through Labor Day, 2007.[1]

Playing at the theme park's Bayside Stadium, the show features Elmo, Bert, Ernie, Cookie Monster, Abby Cadabby and other characters "in an adventure involving pirates and books." The production featured special effects, SeaWorld animals, and action on the stage, in the lake, and in the sky.

Elmo and Abby's Treasure Hunt (2008 to present)

Elmo and Abby's Treasure Hunt is a musical show which premiered at SeaWorld in 2008. The show was also seen at the Sesame Place theme park that came in 2007 under the title "Abby Cadabby's Treasure Hunt".

In the show, Abby Cadabby and her friends β€” Elmo, Cookie Monster, Rosita, Grover and Oscar the Grouch β€” search for the key to a magical talking treasure chest. Along the way they encounter many strange and magical items β€” including a singing tree, a rhyming rock, and a shouting toucan.

Big Bird's Beach Party (2009 to present)

Big Bird's Beach Party stage show, originally presented at Sesame Place until 2009, is performed at SeaWorld San Antonio. In the musical show, the Sesame Street characters join together to help Telly overcome his fear of water.

Christmas stage shows (seasonal only)

A Sesame Street Christmas (2009-present)

A Sesame Street Christmas is a Sesame Street stage show that debuted at SeaWorld theme park in Orlando, Florida in December 2009. The characters featured in the show are voiced by their regular performers with the sole exception of Ernie, voiced by Billy Barkhurst.[2]

According to the press release:

β€œThe holidays have arrived, but Abby Cadabby doesn't understand what all the fuss is about … she's never heard of Christmas. Elmo, Big Bird and other Sesame Street friends gather together to share with her the true spirit of the holiday. Following the show, families can create wonderful memories with their friends from Sesame Street during character meet-and-greets.”

The show was also performed at Busch Gardens' England section in 2010 and 2011.


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