There’s more fuzz to love when our badly-behaved puppet friends return! This R-rated, laugh-out-loud look at life after college packs more purposeful punch and candid heart than ever before. Be there when Phoenix Theatre favorites take the stage to bring this fresh, fast-paced and exuberant musical to life once again.
There’s more fuzz to love when our badly-behaved puppet friends return!
Princeton’s post-college optimism fades fast when he realizes the only place he can afford is down on Avenue Q. There, he meets Kate (the girl next door), Rod (the Republican), Lucy the Slut, Trekkie Monster (the Internet sexpert), and Gary Coleman. Together, they help Princeton find his true purpose in life and realize that the real world isn’t so bad after all.
Avenue Q features local favorites like Toby Yatso as Princeton and Rod, recently seen as Orin Scrivello, DDS in Little Shop of Horrors, as well as Brittney Mack as Gary Coleman who joined Yatso in Little Shop of Horrors as Crystal. Other familiar faces include Brian Good as Brian, Erin Kei as Christmas Eve, Emily Mulligan-Ferry as Kate Monster and Lucy, along with Laurie Trygg, Chad McCluskey, and Anne-Lise Koyabe. Newcomer to Phoenix Theatre, Drake Sherman joins in the roles of Trekkie Monster and Nicky. Directed by Associate Artistic Director Robert Kolby Harper, Avenue Q promises to be a hilarious experience from start to finish!
This R-rated look at life after college packs more purposeful punch and candid heart than ever before. Be there when the curtains open once again for this fast-paced, exuberant musical!
This production contains mature themes that may not be suitable for all audiences.
Avenue Q opens on July 25 and runs through September 9, 2018. Tickets start at just $29.