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Avenue Q

July 27 - August 25

Wednesdays at 7pm
Tuesdays at 8pm
Thursdays - Saturdays at 8pm

Ticket Price - $30-35
Music and Lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx
Book by Jeff Whitty
Based on an Original Concept by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx
Directed by Kristin McLaughlin
Musical Direction by Scott Storr

Last season's smash hit is back! Avenue Q was the 2004 "Triple Crown" Tony Award Winner for Best Score, Best Book and Best Musical. Incorporating puppetry, multi-media, singing and dancing, Avenue Q tells the story of Princeton, a recent college grad who sets out to find his life's purpose in a run-down area of Manhattan. He falls in love, loses a job, and makes friends along the way, human and monster alike.

This show is definitely not for kids, but your teenagers will think you're cool if you bring them.

Presented with generous support from:

Avenue Q

Princeton/Rod
Morgan West*
Kate Monster/Lucy
Jessica Albon
Nicky/Trekkie Monster/Bad Idea Bear/New Kid
Jared Hagan
Bad Idea Bear/Mrs. Thistletwat
Holly McCarthy
Brian
Andrew Ford
Christmas Eve
Kako Kitano
Gary Coleman
Darlene Van Alstyne
Puppeteer
Christopher Post
Directed and Choreographed by Kristin McLaughlin
Musical Direction by Scott Storr
Orchestrations by and Arrangements by Stephen Oremus
Puppets Conceived and Designed by Rick Lyon
Set Design by Ryan McGettigan
Costume Design by Robin McLaugnlin
Lighting Design by Herrick Goldman
Associate Lighting Designer Susan Nicholson
Puppetry Coach Aymee Garcia
Animation Design by Robert Lopez
Properties by Mary Fritz
Stage Manager Heather Lannen
Cape Rep’s Avenue Q has a lot to say
August 3, 2012

"it’s one of the top shows to grace a Cape Cod stage in years. So get out your GPS devices and find your way to Avenue Q, I promise you’ll be glad you did."     The Barnstable Patriot

Pass politically correct, go directly to 'Avenue Q'
July 29, 2012

"The musical's technical difficulty alone could prove fatal to a lesser cast, let alone the execution of endless politically incorrect jokes, but it is clear that director Kristin McLaughlin staged her production with confidence in her actors' talent, and rightly so."      The Cape Cod Times

Puppets Lend An Edge To Cape Rep’s Hilarious ‘Avenue Q’
August 5, 2012

"     "The songs give the audience many “oh my God” moments and literally rocked the house with laughter. “It Sucks to be Me,” “If You Were Gay,” “Everyone’s a Little Bit Racist” and Trekkie Monster’s “The Internet is For Porn” are just a few from the first half of act one alone! the audience explode with laughter. The two create the hilarious Bad Idea Bears also. And they both sing outstandingly.     It’s very difficult to describe what a fun-filled night of entertainment this show is. The audience was in a state of awe (and laughter) at what this company has accomplished. Looking for two hours of a high-caliber theater production? Just hop in your car and drive down the lane through the Brewster woods to Cape Rep to see “Avenue Q."        Cape Cod Chronicle