Parents' Guide to

A Tiny Audience

By Mandie Caroll, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Engrossing Latin music show has big heart, great performers.

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This heartfelt, full-of-fun music show has all the elements that make live performance and interview music shows so enjoyable to watch. On "A Tiny Audience," there's a palpable intimacy that develops between viewers, the live audience, and the musical guests, who largely prove to be funny, sincere, passionate, and personable. Season 2, in particular, is a joy to watch, having been filmed in an NBA-like bubble during the COVID-19 lockdown with the same audience, hosts, and crew. The musicians and singers of Season 2 are grateful, sometimes even tearful, given the chance to perform live, something they had not been able to do for months due to the pandemic. Both seasons reveal the musical and cultural diversity within Música Latina. The hosts stumble a few times, which is to be expected in a live recorded series, but these mistakes are easily overlooked given the stellar performances and gracious personalities. This is a show fans of Latin music will love, and those who enjoy music shows in general will also find much to appreciate here as well.

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