An all-star event to raise relief funds for those affected by the September 11, 2001, tragedies. Slated to appear: Tom Cruise, Julia Roberts, Robert De Niro, Dennis Franz, Sheryl Crow, Dixie Chicks, Kelsey Grammer, Jim Carrey, George Clooney, Bon Jovi, Paul Simon, Stevie Wonder, Robin Williams, Tom Hanks, Sela Ward, Cameron Diaz, Clint Eastwood, Ray Romano, Tom Petty, Faith Hill, Billy Joel, Will Smith.
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2002 - Emmy - Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special- winner
2002 - Emmy - Outstanding Directing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program- nominated
2002 - Emmy - Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program- nominated
The beloved classic children's story comes to life this holiday season with a fun-filled two-hour production of "Dr. Seuss' The Grinch Musical!" filmed at the Troubadour Theatre in London. This musical version of the acclaimed theater production breathes new life into a timeless story.
Little Baby Bum is a fun and educational show for kids featuring classic and new nursery rhymes. With her friends and family, 6 year old Mia experiences the world around her through song and sometimes a bit of magic, too.
Although produced for Australian television, the daily children's series Hi-5 boasted a literally "All-American" cast. Combining education with music, the series explored senses, shapes, and colors in a modern, hip-hop fashion, using songs, dances, puppets, games, and toys. The performers, all of whom hailed from the United States, included Kimee Balmilero, who handled the "Puzzles and Patterns" segments; Karla Cheatham-Mosley, who did the "Body Move" segments; Curtis Cregan, who specialized in "Making Music"; Jennifer Peterson-Hind, the house specialist in "Word Play"; and Shaun Taylor-Corbett, who trafficked in "Shapes and Space." Created by Helena Harris (of Bananas in Pyjamas fame) and Posie Graeme-Evans, Hi-5 made its American debut as part of The Learning Channel's weekday "Ready Set Learn" lineup on February 26, 2003.