Roswell Premiere Of “One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Big Adventure”

The public is invited to the local premiere of One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Big Adventure at the Robert H. Goddard
Planetarium, located at the Roswell Museum. The first screening will kick off with a festive opening night on Friday, Jan.
7, to include free popcorn, a photo booth and giveaways. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., film will show at 7 p.m.
(approximately 30 minutes), followed by giveaway winner announcements; the photo booth will be available until 8 p.m.
Admission price for adults is $5, children ages 4-15 are $3 each, and children ages 3 and younger and museum members
are free. Advance tickets may be purchased online via the museum’s website at or at the door.
One World, One Sky will also be shown at the museum’s family-friendly Second Saturday event on Saturday, Jan. 8, at 11
a.m. Tickets for the 11 a.m. planetarium show and museum general admission are free on Second Saturdays for Roswell
Additional screenings of One World, One Sky will take place at 7 p.m. on Fridays during the month of January.

One World, One Sky is a 27-minute full-dome planetarium show that follows Sesame Street’s Big Bird and Elmo as they
explore the night sky with Hu Hu Zhu, a Muppet from Zhima Jie, the Chinese co-production of Sesame Street. Together,
they take an imaginary trip from Sesame Street to the moon, where they discover how different it is from Earth. When
Elmo and Hu Hu Zhu “travel” to the moon, they discover some basic but surprising scientific facts. At the end of the
show, Big Bird, Elmo and Hu Hu Zhu pick a friendship star to remind them that no matter how far apart they might be,
they can always look into the night sky and cherish their shared memories. One World, One Sky is a brilliant spectacle of
light and color as the furry friends watch the stars twinkle over Sesame Street. Children attending the show can interact
as they watch, drawing constellations and counting the time it takes the sun to set. The show aims to nurture a child’s
natural sense of wonder about the night sky while forging cross-cultural connections, and bridging kids across nations
through a common bond in learning about the sky together.