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.
Both Gary Coleman and Todd Bridges appear in interviews throughout this cheap-looking movie, so it's no surprise the material adopts a compassionate posture toward their exploitation in the…
"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…
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