Why See Avenue Q?
Not for the easily offended!
Before he went on to collaborate on The Book of Mormon and Broadway's upcoming Frozen adaptation, Robert Lopez put his pen to this undeniable modern classic. Triple Tony-Award winning coming-of-age tale for the Sesame Street generation, it's a delightfully wacky look at the fortunes of wide-eyed Princeton, a college graduate whose search for purpose and tiny bank account leads him to the less than desirable neighbourhood, where he meets a cast of characters seeking the same thing in the big city.
Join the gang as they use music and comedy to make sense of adult life, and its issues and anxieties all too familiar. Featuring hilarious ditties, ballads and belters such as 'It Sucks to Be Me' 'What Do You Do With A B.A in English', and 'Everyone's A Little Bit Racist', this very grown-up musical is a cynic's delight, with hopes and dreams crumbling around felt ears.
Opening night: 29 September 2017
Recommended for ages 14 and up. Includes references to sex, drugs and Republicans
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