A sequel to the hit musical theatre album Grammaropolis -- and quite possibly the most irreverent Doctor Noize album of them all -- the Doc returns to Grammaropolis and gets in a bit of trouble with the Mayor over his punctuation violations and singing with Slang…
Without Doctor Noize there would be no Grammaropolis. His wonderful combination of verbal creativity, musical range, and flat-out goofiness is what made our album about the Parts of Speech such a success, and I knew there was no other musical option when it came time to record an album on Punctuation. The best part about the good Doctor is that he respects and challenges his audience. He doesn’t speak down to kids; he expects a lot from them.Coert Voorhees Mayor & CEO of Grammaropolis
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Doctor Noize productions inspire kids' minds and creativity and bring friends and families together. Stream Punctuate This! here free because the Doc believes great educational media should be available to all. Then go pay it forward with what you do in your own life.
We're making a punctuation album? Hey! Let me tell you something: We're making a punctuation album...Doctor Noize CEO, Creative Director & Performing Artist of Doctor Noize Inc.
Doctor Noize returns to Grammaropolis to hang with Slang and disrupt the lives of Officer Period, Chief Comma, Detective Question Mark… and, of course, the Mayor Of Grammaropolis. From the a cappella of Exclaim!, to the quotability of Quote Me!, to a Hymn For Homonyms, this musical is stuffed with delightful songs to educate and enlighten you before you even know you’re being edumacated. And that’s, like, totally a word, Mayor.
Released again in conjunction with the album were a series of animated videos of the musical. The Grammaropolis series on words and music, the Phineas McBoof series on music and character, the Doc’s colorful illustrated books, and the accompanying mobile apps, videos, live events and teaching materials complete the Doc's stated mission from over a decade before: Doctor Noize inspires creativity, curiosity and character through music, art and words. Punctuate that!