Meet Tyrone, the dirty-minded, foul-mouthed sock puppet who steals the show in “Hand to God,” Robert Askins' pitch-black comedy about a teenage boy (a sensational perf from Steven Boyer) whose…
This cheeky satire of children's television shows like "Sesame Street" is fresh and funny.
A reimagined "Sesame Street"-inspired show with Oz-flavored creative flourishes to excellent effect.
The "Avenue Q" national tour, eagerly anticipated since tuner's surprise 2004 Tony sweep, was forestalled by an abortive Vegas engagement one year later. Its first leg has launched in San Diego under…
"Avenue Q" works off familiarity -- everyone in the audience knows puppets, poverty and indecision -- and although its first outing away from Gotham comes in a brand-spanking-new theater, the…
Nothing but the empty Royale Theater separates "Brooklyn" and "Avenue Q," on West 45th Street. Can the little guy do it again without the drawing power of stars, special effects and a movie tie-in?
A clan of perky puppets wrestled Broadway's airborne witches to the ground Sunday night, as the small-scale musical "Avenue Q" scored one of the most remarkable upsets in Tony Awards history by…
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