"Avenue Q," which Entertainment Weekly calls "Rent" meets "Sesame Street," is a hilarious and touching story of real life in New York City, told by a cast of both people and puppets.
All tickets to "Avenue Q" are now $29.40-$36, regularly $49-$60, for all performances Aug. 29 - Oct. 13, at the Lower Ossington Theatre.
Princeton, a bright-eyed college grad, comes to New York City with big dreams and a tiny bank account. He discovers Avenue Q -- the only neighborhood in his price range. Princeton and his newfound neighbors struggle to find jobs, dates and their purposes in life. Music and lyrics for the show were written by Robert Lopez, co-creator of "The Book of Mormon."
Note: This show is for mature audiences only and not recommended for children.