AVENUE Q Brings Laughter, Singing, and Puppet Sex to the Empire, July 30 – August 10

Published on July 6, 2013 by   ·   No Comments

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What would summer be without singing and dancing and puppets getting it on?  Luckily, with the Empire Theatre Company’s next production set to hit the stage at the end of the month, you won’t have to find out!  This show is perfect for those of us who grew up with Sesame Street and then grew into raunchy humor and adult situations!  The show features puppets and live actors, and memorable songs like “Everyone’s a Little Bit Racist” and “The More You Love Someone (The More You Want To Kill Them)” and is not for children or the easily offended.  But if you’ve got an irreverent sense of humor you will love this gem of a show.  Look for a more detailed review coming soon, but expect to see local theatre regulars Maura Ferguson and Natasha Thomas in this production, directed by ETC’s Chris Berg.

The show runs from July 30 to August 10, and tickets are available at the Empire Arts Center box office or at EmpireArtsCenter.com.

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