Winding up an ambitious, critically-acclaimed 2012 season of Broadway musicals, DOMA Theatre Company presents the only Tony Award-winning musical ever to proclaim, “It sucks to be us.” Singing puppets and their human neighbors tackle life’s most vexing issues—love, sex, money, race and how to tell your roommate he’s gay. The place is New York City and the street is Avenue Q, the only address you can afford when you’re fresh out of college… or out of a job… or just trying to find your way in life. These puppets (and their human counterparts) have an irreverent take on the joys and travails of making it on one’s own.
“It’s a great ride—a smile from the first downbeat to the last curtain call,” says director Richard Israel. “But as hilarious as the show is, it also pulls you by the heartstrings at the end.”
Avenue Q is a musical for grown-ups, addressing issues like sex, drinking and surfing the web for porn. Parents should use their discretion based on the maturity of their children – but if you DO bring your teenagers, they’ll think you’re really cool!