Sesame Street Live: Elmo's Super Heroes at Akoo Theatre at Rosemont
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This live stage show revolves around the Sesame Street character Grover losing his 'super powers' and trying to figure how to get them back. All of the familiar Sesame Street characters including Big Bird, Ernie, Bert, The Count, etc. come onstage and the kids go wild, especially when Elmo makes his appearance. There's constant singing and dancing, but the musical numbers can be very loud, and some kids might be uncomfortable with the sound volume, as my son covered his ears numerous times, but it depends on where you sit. Elmo, Telly, Abby, and Zoey (including her pet rock 'Rocco') are told by a talking piece of Cheese that they must take Grover's place and become super hero's. Each one takes on a task and saves the day in their own way. At the end of the day I believe the producers of the show want kids to walk away understanding that just like Elmo, they can be 'super' if they practice healthy eating habits, have good hygiene, get proper rest and exercise. It's a very entertaining show with positive messages for children. As expected kids of all ages are everywhere and will run wild if not attended. It's best to arrive early so that children can pose for photos with the various cardboard characters, etc. All considered I would recommend.