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BWW TV: Bobby Lopez, Jeff Whitty, Jeff Marx & AVENUE Q Cast Celebrates 10th Anniversary!


The Tony Award-winning musical Avenue Q, currently playing off-Broadway at New World Stages, celebrated its 10th anniversary yesterday, July 31. Prior to curtain, Media and Entertainment Commissioner Katherine Oliver presented a proclamation from the City of New York to the musical's cast, creators and producers declaring July 31 as AVENUE Q DAY. BroadwayWorld was there for the milestone performance and you can check out interviews with the evening's special guests below!

The Tony Award-winning musical Avenue Q has music and lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx, book by Jeff Whitty, and is directed by Jason Moore. Avenue Q is based on an original concept by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx, with puppets conceived and designed by Rick Lyon. Now in its 10th year in New York, Avenue Q is playing at New World Stages (340 W. 50 St.) For performance and ticket information, visit

AVENUE Q opened on July 31, 2003 at the John Golden Theatre; won three 2004 Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book of a Musical; and gave 2556 performances (including 22 previews) prior to its move in October 2009 to New World Stages. Variety says, "Of all the musicals hatched in the post-2000 age of irony, this cheeky satire has remained the freshest and funniest." Entertainment Weekly called Avenue Q "Jaw droppingly hilarious," and The New York Times said the show is "inspired, with a pitch-perfect ensemble." NY1 News calls it "The funniest show in town."

AVENUE Q is the hilarious and internationally-acclaimed musical about a group of 20-somethings -- people and puppets alike -- who move to New York with big dreams and tiny bank accounts. Together they live as neighbors on a street in New York as they try to discover their purpose in life. The musical's characters include Princeton, Kate Monster, Trekkie Monster, Lucy, Nicky, Rod, Gary Coleman, Brian and Christmas Eve. The score includes such popular hits as "Everyone's a Little Bit Racist," "If You Were Gay," "The More You Ruv Someone" and "Schadenfreude."

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