Tarrah Allen, 3, shows her Sesame Street face painting

Excited for ELMO and Sesame Street

On February 21, 2010, Elmo and the Sesame Street gang finished up their 3 day show at the Binghamton Forum, and Tarrah Allen, 3, of Binghamton was there for the last showing.
Full of excitement, and rearing to go in her Elmo overalls, Tarrah had a smile on her face that was contagious.
"I am going to see Elmo," she exclaimed all Sunday. "I love Elmo and Abby (Cadabby)."
With the place packed and the lights turned down, every little eye in the house was peeled to the stage when Big Bird's voice came over the speaker announcing the show was about to begin and within a minute, cheers, giggles, yells and shouts were heard from a lot of tiny voices as Elmo and Big Bird took to the stage.
It was said throughout Binghamton that this was a really good show, and as a parent, I must say that the people’s review was not wrong. Sesame Street Live was even able to make the adults free their inner child for the 1 ½. There were lots of laughs and lots of fun. Sesame Street never disappoints on TV, displaying the vibrant colors and the enthusiasm- they didn’t disappoint in bring that same technique to the stage. I walked out tired from the interactive show and my daughter couldn’t stop talking about every little detail.
So, I recommend this show to any parent, grandparent or guardian: if you have a child who loves Sesame Street, this show is worth the money for a ticket.

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