sesamestreet:

Ladybugs. They’re having a picnic.

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the ladybugs came to the ladybugs’ picnic.

sesamestreet:

Ladybugs. They’re having a picnic.

1-2-3

4-5-6

7-8-9

10-11-12

the ladybugs came to the ladybugs’ picnic.

Y’all remember I recognized the guy from the Sesame Street auditions

But I couldn’t recall what I’d seen him in?

My sis solved the mystery! He was the video-evangelist who tried to baptize Grace on The Good Wife!

And she says he got the part, so he’ll soon be on Sesame Street.

P.s. his name is Ismael Cruz Cordova.

Stevie Wonder, “Superstition” performed live on Sesame Street.

(Source: youtube.com)

Sesame Street: Sesame Street’s Search for a New Hispanic Neighbor — Part Two (by SesameStreet)

Y’all, I recognize the guy at 1:35, but I don’t know what from!!!! It’s gonna drive me crazy til I think of it.

sesamestreet:

Someone new is moving to Sesame Street! Join us for this three part series that chronicles our journey to find the newest addition to the neighborhood. Part one, today, features the open casting call held in New York City. Part two comes out Wednesday!

Seeing Sonia Manzano as herself and not Maria reminds me of how jarring I found it when I spotted Gordon on an episode of Sex and the City.

lincolncenter:

This month, the iconic children’s television series Sesame Streetbroadcast in more than 150 countries and seen by over 120 million international viewers—will visit another icon, Lincoln Center, the world’s largest performing arts center, on its popular “People in Your Neighborhood” segment.  Inspired by the classic Sesame Street song “The People in Your Neighborhood,” Murray Monster goes on location to interview real people about their jobs.  The Lincoln Center segments will showcase the New York City Ballet, The Juilliard School, the New York Philharmonic, and the Metropolitan Opera.

The first segment features
Murray Monster and Ovejita as they visit Lincoln Center to join four New York City Ballet dancers in the studio to learn about ballerinas. Dancers Kristen Segin, Alina Dronova, Callie Bachman, and Sara Adams explain how dancers use their bodies to tell a story and explain terms like “barre” and “plié.”

Stay tuned for more segments later this month.

 

vintagesesame:

 Johnny Cash singing “Nasty Dan” on season five of Sesame Street.

my first exposure to Johnny Cash.

vintagesesame:

 Johnny Cash singing “Nasty Dan” on season five of Sesame Street.

my first exposure to Johnny Cash.

sesamestreet:

Rubber Duckie, we’re awfully fond of you. Here’s the story behind our iconic bath time tune. 

I also love “Put Down the Duckie.”

sesamestreet:

Rubber Duckie, we’re awfully fond of you. Here’s the story behind our iconic bath time tune

I also love “Put Down the Duckie.”

vintagesesame:

Hop on board the Sesame Street bookmobile!  In the early 1970s, Michael Smollin’s whimsical artwork appeared on the back of some Sesame Street books published under Western Publishing’s Little Golden Books line.

vintagesesame:

Hop on board the Sesame Street bookmobile!  In the early 1970s, Michael Smollin’s whimsical artwork appeared on the back of some Sesame Street books published under Western Publishing’s Little Golden Books line.