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Nothing makes kids go crazy like the -- of their favorite here at like L -- -- -- cookie monster -- In this -- kid money segment we're talking to the company behind -- -- children's entertainment.
Vincent -- as president CEO of the big corporation and this is joining us now -- thank you so much for being here.
It's Sesame Street recession proof.
And Sesame Street repression group for senators to be at this point.
It appears to be at this point -- we play over 200 markets.
Within North America so rather than people having to travel.
To see our show we bring her show to the people in North America -- -- all over the world.
And how business -- in terms of dollars and termed as a percentage gain year over year -- and every have you had to raise ticket prices lately.
That's one of the things were concerned about -- Sesame Street we wanna make this shows affordable.
To all of the people -- in the world.
We want to people to go -- have a great time.
Be entertained and pick up an educational experience.
The the same time.
Money is not the driving factor bar and Sesame Street -- What is behind Sesame Street -- -- to spread the entertainment and the educational.
And it's going to a show on just -- a great time.
And we do have a special guest -- by the way I'm gonna call over the cookie monster cookie monster is actually here.
And this -- right in in tough times you can't help but look at these characters and I'm Bob a big kid.
But ended they just make you smile in the -- not like I was waving -- the cookie monster Crawford of the steady -- But -- how did this show changed in recent years.
In terms -- could parents really want something that entertains them as well as their kids.
Well the -- are written on two global good big -- first off.
When -- against community and Jim Henson back in 1967.
Heard of the television program.
It was -- early educational what was on the year.
Starting September 17.
We produced -- first Sesame Street live.
-- quality but also an entertaining quality all of the shows that we -- produced.
Have been written by its Sesame Street writers.
Sesame Street writers than that the same time report to.
And all of -- research department.
Assures that we put on the stage is absolutely.
Up to date with what is happening with -- the world today.
And whether it's ecology -- whether it's music.
When we try to be on the forefront of all of it.
Vince how do you make most -- your money off though the live shows is it from the concessions.
Tell me about it.
Well the show -- Crushed to -- -- -- about three million dollars -- license agreement worth sesame workshop.
What we produce.
-- is a show that I would call a Broadway stage musical.
For us to come out of one of our shows you say very few most of the money.
It takes three to five years.
To come back out of the expense that we reported and and again we've been doing this for 28 years in -- -- I wouldn't say who.
-- finish your thought that.
No no I wouldn't say would make an awful lot of money out of the shows -- -- an awful lot of money out of the concessions.
I think the approach that I church twenty years ago that was looked like -- we cannot bomb.
It's fun I think it I -- to cut you off but fun certainly sums -- -- bent -- thank you so much any cooking OnStar.
That'll put a smile on your bag and also gains in the market this today that it might be the same.
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