Avenue Q Broadway BROADWAY REVIEWS

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Opening Night:
July 31, 2003
Closing:
September 13, 2009

Theater: Golden Theatre / 252 W. 45th Street, New York, NY, 10036

Synopsis: 

A new Broadway musical about a charming yet rundown outer-borough neighborhood, where the residents - both puppets and humans - deal with everyday New York challenges like getting a job, falling in love and discovering their purpose in life.

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  • NEW YORK TIMES REVIEW OF Avenue Q Broadway

    July 31, 2003: "In the savvy, sassy and eminently likable Avenue Q, which opened last night at the Golden Theater, an idealistic young man stares into the audience and sings, in a voice shiny with hope, 'Something's coming, something good."

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  • NEWSDAY REVIEW OF Avenue Q Broadway

    July 31, 2003: "The rude yet benign, wicked yet sweet musical, which opened last night at the Golden Theatre, is virtually the same clean little raunchy puppet show that already captured the downtown hearts of 20-somethings, slackers, would-be slackers and the parents who love them. To our nervous system, the extended two-hour sketch would be sharper if trimmed to a tight 90 minutes without an intermission."

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  • USA TODAY REVIEW OF Avenue Q Broadway

    July 31, 2003: "But Q offers something more resonant and less snarky than your typical post-adolescent put-on. Though there are moments when Lopez, Marx and librettist Jeff Whitty betray a youthful fondness for winking at their own cleverness, they relay tough lessons with warmth and wit that will disarm the most jaded grown-ups."

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  • VARIETY REVIEW OF Avenue Q Broadway

    July 31, 2003: "Can a merrily disillusioned band of puppets and their human pals from the far East Village find happiness uptown? That's the question facing Avenue Q, the sweetly sour musical that cleverly co-opts the style of a tyke TV show to animate the aimless lives of underemployed twentysomethings looking for love and fulfillment in New York 's outer fringes."

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  • THEATERMANIA REVIEW OF Avenue Q Broadway

    July 31, 2003: "Studies over the last how-ever-many years indicate that children are beginning to mature physically and psychologically at an earlier age than ever before; evidently, adolescence is getting underway before the literal adolescent years. So far, no studies have confirmed that adolescence is also lasting longer -- through the 20s or even the early 30s -- but the highly entertaining yet somewhat troubling Avenue Q could serve as anecdotal evidence of this hypothesis."

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  • NY DAILY NEWS REVIEW OF Avenue Q Broadway

    July 31, 2003:

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  • TIME REVIEW OF Avenue Q Broadway

    July 31, 2003: "What if the denizens of Sesame Street grew up into profane, broke, self-doubting college grads who kept some of their innocence but developed potty mouths? That's the premise of Avenue Q, the hip new musical comedy starring puppets (yep, that's puppets and hip in the same sentence) that opened last week on Broadway."

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  • ACCESS ATLANTA REVIEW OF Avenue Q Broadway

    June 28, 2011:

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