The first time I saw Avenue Q, I was just finishing up college. I could not help but relate to the thought that I have no idea what I'm going to do next in my life. As one of the lyrics go, "Four years of college with plenty of knowledge, has earned me this useless degree. I can't pay the bills yet, because I have no skills yet... the world is one big scary place!" That's for sure!
Avenue Q does a great job at capturing the fun and scary moments of being a young adult trying to find his or her place in the world. It's a fun show. I cannot get over how they do such clever things with the puppets. All I can say is, I loved this show. It still makes me smile today!
When I walked out of the theatre after seeing Avenue Q, I could not contain my smile. With a youthful spirit, brilliant puppet work, wonderful music and a brilliant cast, this show encompasses everything that makes the new musical theatre genre so wonderful. While in search for his purpose, Princeton, a recent college graduate, finds an apartment on New York's Avenue Q alongside Kate Monster, a kindergarten teacher, roommates Nicky and Rod, Brian … more
Title: Avenue Q Director: Jason Moore Staring: John Tartaglia, Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Rick Lyon, Natalie Venetia Belcon, Jordan Gelber, Ann Harada, Jennifer Barnhart Company: Work Light Productions Genre(s): Comedy Suggested Age Group: Mature Audiences Buy From Amazon.com: Original Broadway Cast [Explicit] / Original Cast Recording [Explicit] (MP3) / The Book Buy … more
Feb 28, 2010
Feb 28, 2010 11:12 PM UTC
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The trials and tribulations of the people (and puppets) in the neighborhood.
Tony-winning musical Avenue Q is the hilarious and heartfelt story of a bright-eyed college grad who comes to New York with big dreams and little money. He can only afford to live on Avenue Q but—good news!—his neighbors turn out to be a remarkably funny bunch of characters.