Leave Political Correctness at Home

Revolution Theatre Production and their puppets.

Revolution Theatre Productions encourages patrons to leave their children at home, along with political correctness, to enjoy an irreverent musical comedy featuring puppets!

AVENUE Q features a cast of quirky puppets, plus a few humans and tells the timeless story of a recent college graduate trying to find his way in the world.

Set in New York city, all the way out on Avenue Q (he couldn’t afford anything better), we are introduced to fresh-faced Princeton as he struggles to find his purpose – meeting friends, finding love, losing love and finding it again along the way.

Inspired by the beloved children’s show Sesame Street, AVENUE Q creates a puppet-filled world that is a little more reflective of the difficult, R-rated realities that we face when we learn that real life isn’t as simple as we dreamed it might be – but perhaps, suggest AVENUE Q, life is all the more colourful and worthwhile for it.

AVENUE Q will be produced by Revolution Theatre Productions which raises money for Albury Wodonga Community Chest Incorporated’s gift giving work.

AVENUE Q runs Thursday 21 March to Sunday 24 March at The Cube Wodonga.

Details and to book: https://purchase.thecubewodonga.com.au/en-AU/shows/avenue%20q/events