Imagination Movers- Wall Street Theater- Norwalk
The Movers began fifteen years ago when four friends from New Orleans brainstormed a show that would feature quality rock music and positive male role models while inspiring teamwork and creativity.
The New York Times says the Movers are "prized by many parents for non-condescending lyrics and music that evokes the Beastie Boys or Red Hot Chili Peppers." Parenting magazine praised the band's "dash of rebellion" and songs that are "fresh and treacle-free."
The Movers have appeared on "The View." "Good Morning America," NPR's "American Routes," "Morning Edition" and are a fixture on SiriusXM Kids Place Live.
The Movers have written more than 150 songs. Many have been featured on commercials and TV shows, including "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," "Wipeout" and "The Today Show."
Over the last decade, the Movers have performed for more than a million fans across North America, Europe and Asia including stops in such far-reaching locations as Dubai, Guam and Newfoundland.
The Movers play real, live rock music. No pre-recorded tracks. Performances feature flying toilet paper, vortex trash cans, giant balloons, broken drumsticks and lots of confetti.
The Movers have performed at the White House for two different presidents and are active roster members for Armed Forces Entertainment (AFE) and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR).
The Movers are National Buddy Walk Partners of the National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS).
The Movers signed a production deal 9 Story Media Group to create an animated series called "Super Movers." In late 2016, the song Super Movers hit number 1 on the Children's Music Charts on iTunes and Amazon, and the January 2017 trailer release amassed over 200,000 views in its first week on Youtube.