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Avenue Q

The trials and tribulations of the people (and puppets) in the neighborhood.

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Sarah Stiles Returns to the Cast of Avenue Q

Sarah Stiles Returns to the Cast of Avenue Q

Sarah Stiles, who starred as Kate Monster and Lucy in Avenue Q on Broadway, is returning to the musical. Stiles will begin performances in the show, which is now playing at off-Broadway’s New World Stages, on January 8, 2010.

Stiles appeared in Avenue Q on Broadway from November 2007 to November 2008. Her other theater credits include the off-Broadway ...

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Anika Larsen: Doing Double Duty in Avenue Q

Anika Larsen: Doing Double Duty in Avenue Q

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Anika Larsen took up residence on Broadway’s Avenue Q on July 6, but the actress is no stranger to the Q neighborhood. Larsen spent a good deal of last year on the road in the Tony-winning musical about puppets in search of love and a purpose. Larsen’s purpose is clearly entertaining—as she has proven ...

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They Live on Avenue Q: The Faces of The Final Broadway Cast

They Live on Avenue Q: The Faces of The Final Broadway Cast
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On June 29, we learned that everything in life—including Avenue Q—was only for now and that the musical would end its six-year Broadway run on September 13. But the actors weren’t moping around their apartments like purposeless Princeton: They—and their puppet costars—had all gathered at photographer Carol Rosegg’s studio to capture the final Broadway ...

Tony-Winning Musical Avenue Q to Close in September

After six years on the Great White Way, the Tony-winning musical Avenue Q is closing on September 13. At the time of its closing, the show will be the 20th longest-running musical in Broadway history with 22 previews and 2,534 performances at the Golden Theatre.

A musical about 20-somethings, fresh out of college, who move to the city with ...

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Jennifer Barnhart: A Happy Home on Avenue Q

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When Jennifer Barnhart graduated from the University of Connecticut with a dual concentration in acting and puppetry, she had no idea that her two areas of interest would ever come together on a Broadway stage. Luckily for Barnhart, Avenue Q came along with its unique blend of music, puppetry and naughty comedy, a combination that played to ... Read More...

Howie Michael Smith

Age: 28

Hometown: Connellsville, PA

Currently: Getting in touch with his fuzzy side in Avenue Q, in which he manipulates and voices the puppets of Princeton, leading guy and new kid in town, and Rod, a reserved Republican who's very into show tunes.

Breakout Role: Long before Smith could stand onstage, he got a brief peek at celebrity when ...

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Mary Faber

Age: "I'm in my 20s."

Currently: Making her Broadway debut living on Avenue Q as resident puppets Kate Monster and Lucy the Slut.

Hometown: Originally from North Carolina, Faber grew up in Norfolk, Virginia, where she began taking musical theater classes with a local children's troupe at age 7 and made her stage debut at 10 in a ...

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Avenue Q to Land at London's Noël Coward Theatre on June 1

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Avenue Q, the 2004 Tony Award winner for Best Musical, has set its London plans. The show will begin performances at the newly renamed Noël Coward Theatre formerly the Albery Theatre on June 1.

Avenue Q features music and lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx and a book by Jeff Whitty, based on an original concept by Lopez and ...

Las Vegas Mounting of Avenue Q to Close on May 28

Las Vegas Mounting of Avenue Q to Close on May 28
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The Vegas mounting of Avenue Q, which recently was cut down to 90 minutes, will close on May 28. As previously reported, Spamalot will be the next tenant at the Wynn Las Vegas.

"As we finalized our architectural plans for Encore at Wynn Las Vegas, including additional casino area, rooms, meeting and convention space, food and beverage and retail elements ...

Producers Shorten Vegas Version of Avenue Q to 90 Minutes

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The Vegas version of Avenue Q has been cut down from its original form. The shortened version of the tuner premiered at Wynn Las Vegas on January 19, according to The Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Las Vegas is known for hosting abbreviated tuners often referred to as "tab versions". While Mamma Mia! can be seen there in its entirety, upcoming mountings ...

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