";s:4:"text";s:4574:"But Hugo is a talent in his own right, and Ms. Julie insists that the theater does not discriminate. Can improv expert Ellie Kemper shape their chaos into something amazing?Josh Groban visits the theater for Julie's birthday and shows the Greenies how to sing from the heart -- and in perfect harmony.The Greenies hit the barre for a master class with married dancers Tiler Peck and Robert Fairchild, who've come to show them some ballet basics.The Greenies' first dress rehearsal is a mess rehearsal. Hank (John Tartaglia) was born without the ability to move his legs, but he doesn’t feel trapped by his physical limitations, hammering out infectious melodies on the piano while Riley transforms his wheelchair into “a mighty steed.” Spike (Frankie Cordero) is a gifted writer who hones in on words he hasn’t heard before, such as “pantomime” and “stupendous” (“That is British for ‘awesome,’” Hank notes), inviting viewers to place them in their own “word banks.” When asked to share his story, Spike becomes shy and leaves the room. Yet she’s able to maintain her gender-neutral identity in the process, getting promoted to assistant stage manager, while allowing her scientific knowledge to influence her art (her version of “London Bridges” explains that the structure fell down “because the suspension was faulty”). Julie’s Greenroom arrives with a cast full of colorful characters and brand new friends! In fact, she’s constantly coming to the rescue with her tool belt and technological know-how, solving problems and keeping the Greenies on track.The consummate theater lover, Peri arrives at the Greenroom ready for her close-up. Hank VOICE John Tartaglia. Whether he’s composing his latest rhyme or coming up with new story ideas, Spike is a quieter member of the “Mash-Up” team. And though he enjoys music, Hank doesn’t have much enthusiasm for dancing. Announcement video. Peri is initially horrified by her role as the ogre, but comes to realize that the character is actually an opportunity to stretch herself creatively. Even though she may still struggle with stage fright, or forget her lines, Ms. Julie and our guests will teach Fizz how the show can still go on. Use the HTML below.The Greenies put on their show Mash-Up: The Musical, and Miss Julie tries to make sure Mrs. Brightful is impressed by the theater.Keep up with all the biggest announcements and updates with IMDb's breaking news roundup of Comic-Con@Home 2020.Mia Thermopolis has just found out that she is the heir apparent to the throne of Genovia. But every cloud has a silver lining, and the Greenies are delighted to find that with the flood arrived Hugo, an absolutely dynamic duck.Extremely curious, Spike is always quick to spot interesting terms and log them in his Word Bank, asking questions and helping everyone improve their vocabulary. 2017 TV-Y 1 Season Kids' TV for ages 5 to 7. Her enthusiasm is infectious, and the Greenroom is a brighter place for having her in it.Our stage manager, prop master, and set designer, Riley quickly becomes an important member of the team.