Auburn Players perform the musical Avenue Q, a Sesame Street-inspired set of the musical is for anybody but children. This might be a night to leave the kids at home.
July 28th-30th @ 8pm
July 31st @ 2pm
at the Bisgrove Theatre, Cayuga Community College 197 Franklin St. Auburn, NY 13021
$16 General Admission
Ben Brantley of the NY Times describes to be “..savvy, sassy and eminently likeable…a breakthrough musical,” the witty gritty humor of Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx is is exactly what you will see in Auburn Player’s production of Avenue Q.
Winner of the “triple-crown” 2004 Tony, Avenue Q takes place in the streets of New York City, following the lives of each of the tenants of Avenue Q in a satirizing comedy as they face life’s challenges as twenty-somethings such as finding your purpose, getting a job, a date, or making your dreams come true. All of this is done through “gut-busting humor” and an incredibly catchy score along with puppets. This unique show will running for FOUR SHOWS only, so buy your tickets fast!
Note: despite featuring puppets, Avenue Q features adult topics, offensive language, and an onstage portrayal of puppet sex parental advisory is recommended. More information at http://auburnplayers.org