|Date||From 04 April 2012 To 31 December 2012|
|Address||The New World Stages|
Avenue Q first arrived in New York in 2004 and cemented its reputation as a very different kind of musical when one critic called it "pant-wettingly funny".
The show is mostly performed by puppets that look very similar to those made famous in Sesame Street- but it is safe to say they deal with a distinctly more risque subject matter than the likes of Big Bird and Cookie Monster.
Avenue Q tells the story of Princeton, Kate Monster, Brian, Rod and Nicky, who are all facing problems like joblessness and unrequited love as they hit their 20s and 30s.
They deal with their trials and tribulations through the medium of song, resulting in hilarious tunes like What Do You Do With a BA in English?, It Sucks To Be Me and Everyone's A Little Bit Racist.
As well as witty lyrics and a clever storyline, Avenue Q is an optimistic love story that couples and groups of friends staying in New York hotels are sure to enjoy.
The musical is now showing at the New World Stages on 340 West 50th Street, which is within walking distance of the Millennium Broadway Hotel New York.
Please note that Avenue Q is unsuitable for the under-12s due to its content.
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