Award Winning “Avenue Q” Comes To SCSU’s Performing Arts Center [AUDIO]
ST. CLOUD -- A three time Tony award winning play is coming to the Performing Arts Center's stage tomorrow. St. Cloud State University's School of the Arts presents "Avenue Q," a musical about life after college.
Director Jeffery Bleam describes the show as "South Park" meets "Sesame Street."
Director Jeffery Bleam says there are puppets in the show but it's not suited for all ages.
The play is set in a city block with buildings. Bleam says it looks a lot like "Sesame Street."
Bleam says it was a challenge for the student actors to get used to being on stage with the puppets.
The show features songs like, "The Internet Is For Porn" and "Everyone's a Little Bit Racist." The musical contains adult language and themes.
It is not suited for all ages. "Avenue Q" is on stage tomorrow (Tuesday) through Saturday. There's a special matinee showing on Sunday. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for students and seniors.